Harmony hunt

Harmony hunt
Nanjing Night Net

Riverland Harmony Chorus, which seeks new members, will start an information session at 7pm next Monday, August 27, for those who are interested in joining the chorus or finding out more about it.

To be held at Glenmore Park Child and Family Centre, it will be the prelude to a four-week music education program in “barbershop” singing, which involves lead voice, tenor, baritone and bass.

There will be physical and vocal exercises, and new songs with the whole chorus.

Barbershop is a form of unaccompanied singing in four-part harmony.

New members don’t need any previous singing experience. Nor does it matter whether their voices are high or low or somewhere in between. A part for them is assured.

Being able to read music is an advantage, but is not necessary.

CDs are provided for all the songs.

Details: 4773 8284, 0419 997 515 or 4739 1834.

Lions Club dinner

The Lions Club of Cambridge Park will hold a dinner meeting at Kingswood Sports Club on Monday, August 27, 6.30pm-7pm.

Past district governor Beryl Payne will induct two new members, and her husband, Ern Payne, will talk on Lions Clubs foundations that help millions in Third World countries.

The speaker will be Lorraine Stacker from Penrith Library, who will talk on the city’s early history.

Non-members of Lions clubs are welcome and a gold-coin donation would be appreciated. There will be no formal dinner but those who wish to eat should order and pay for their meal on arrival. All meals will be served in the function room at the same time.

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