Collaborative Concert Season

Collaborative Concert Season
Type of post: Blue Sky Writing
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Posted By: Michelle Neller
Status: Current
Date Posted: Wed, 15 Nov 2023

Recent Performances

On 28 October, Blue Sky Harmony was part of Dazzling Harmonies, an event held by Redland Rhapsody Chorus to raise funds for Womens Cancer Support GC. As well as performing our own songs, we joined with members of four other choirs from across South-East Queensland to sing three songs as a group, including the big finale - Fight Song. As well as the performances, special guest Dee from The Silk Rags Project gave a presentation about her work helping people open up discussions about cancer, and she provided advice on how to support someone who has received a cancer diagnosis.

It was a wonderful experience to joined forces with other choruses to support such a great cause – congratulations to everyone involved in organising this event!


The following weekend, on 4 November, we had a fabulous time performing with The Brisbane River City Clippers in their original show, 2032: An A Cappella Odyssey! This show had everything – time travel, friendship, competition, unrequited love, dad jokes and (of course) barbershop!!

We gave our costumes a futuristic twist and performed in the matinee before heading out for refreshments, still in full costume. Then we returned for an even-better evening performance! Congratulations to the Clippers for producing such a creative show – we loved coming along for the ride! And thank you to everyone who came to watch.


Our last performance in this little block was at the Everton Volunteer Awards, an annual event run by Tim Mander MP. This was our second time providing entertainment for this event and we had a ball! It was extremely uplifting to hear about the wonderful work of many tireless local volunteers from sports clubs, schools, and a wide variety of community groups. We look forward to performing there again in future years!

Now we are entering the festive season, so we're dusting off some of our favourite carols and are also learning some new songs with members of the community in our Festive Season Singing Workshop. Lots of fun to be had over the next six weeks!