June 24th 2012 Mid Year Concert with Rock Band TKO (All proceeds donated to local charities)
The Choir Singing "Bohemian Rhapsody" with TKO backing
Large Happy Crowd
The Choir Singing "Let There Be Peace"
The 'girls' singing "Aquarius"
TKO Singing "Oh Darlin"
TKO - "Eagle Rock"
TKO's wonderful unique rendition of "Help"
All proceeds from this concert were donated to local charities
Our Thanks to all the volunteers and performers and to all who attended
June 19th 2011 Variety Concert with the Footprints Band
Im a Believer
September 12th 2010 - SJ Grammar School Festival
Sing A Song Of Sixpence
About half of our choir were available to do this concert and did very well.
January 26th 2010 - Australia Day
Tues: 8.30am – (Free breakfast 7.00am) Venue: Serpentine Camping Centre, Transit Road, Serpentine, just off South Western Highway
Lots of people turned up for the hearty public free breakfast of snags eggs bacon hash browns onions tomatoes baked beans toast rolls tea coffee orange juice and a variety of other drinks for the children
The hall was set up for 300 guests and it needed all the chairs
Us doing our bit for Australia Day and this Australian Medley we sung was a great hit with the appreciative capacity crowd
October 2009 Heritage Country Choir Wins
The Kwinana Music Esteddfod
We sung 2 songs "When The Saints Go Marching In" and "Hallelujah" very well to win this prestigeous award
26 January 2009 - Australia Day
Serpentine Camping Centre
Transit Road Jarradale Map
7.30am to 11.00 am
Program Details and free Aussie breakfast
Most enjoyable time was had by all who attended. Our Junior Choir sung DoubleUA and The Senior Choir sung I Am Australian along with a few others. Both Choirs were recieved very well and were deeply appreciated and enjoyed judging from the large crowd response and the many hearty and congratulatory comments made.
HERITAGE COUNTRY CHOIR 10th ANNIVERSARY CONCERT
July 1988 to August 2008
" A Journey Through The Years"
The 10th Year Concert held at the modern and popular SJ Centre at Mead Street in Byford was excellent and a great success. Feedback received has been positive and encouraging.
The Choir Uniforms looked great and the singing and harmonies were superb.
There were some great performances by the guest artists and small groups which were very well received by the capacity crowd.
The Theme of Journey Through The Years bought forward popular Classics like Simon & Garfunkels " Sounds Of Silence " and " Bridge Over Troubled Water " sung beautifully by the 32 strong choir raising hair on the arms and necks of some of the appreciative audience listening.
Other great classics such as Skye Boat Song, Danny Boy, Hey Look Me Over and You'll Never Walk Alone bought back many fond memories, as did the beautiful songs "Maria", and "Somewhere Theres A Place For Us" from West Side Story.
Other notable Classics like Something Told The Wild Geese, Going Home and Pannus Angelicus , added a touch of reverence and classical variety to the aptly organised and well sung repertoire.
Not to be left out The Junior Heritage Country Choir also put on a fine and most enjoyable performance of their songs which was enthusiastically received by the audience.
The two choirs together sung "Clap Your Hands" and "Thank You For The Music" to end off what was a delightful and enjoyable afternoon of music and community singing enjoyed by both Audience and Choir members and their most generous support people and sponsors.
The Choir has enjoyed presenting "Our Journey Through The Years" for your entertainment and warmly thanks you for attending this year's concert. Our special thanks go to all those present who have continually attended our past years presentations too.
The Choir also thanks the many good people that helped to make this happen and run smoothly.
The Choir Members past and present (junior & senior)
The Guest performers past and present
Our Music Directors past and present
Our piano accompanists past and present
Our support people for sound, presentation, organisation, promotion and transport
The partners, parents, families and friends of the Choir singers and performers
The generous local people and surrounding community, businesses and local government sponsors, donors, charitable and church groups, and promotional people who have given of their products, services, finances, efforts talents and time
This was a great success and enjoyed by all attendees and participants alike.
The Melville Airforce Association Brass Band were well recieved and appreciated as were the Heritage Coutntry Choir Singers.
20 December 2008 CAROLS TO BRIGHTEN YOUR DAY Armadale Kelmscott General Hospital Saturday
10.00am to 12.00 Noon
Thoroughly enjoyed by patients, staff and choir members alike, a lovely morning.
We would like to thank our generous sponsors and supporters for their assistance and goodwill some go beyond any call of duty......much appreciated thank you.