Women Of Note Chorus Takes Second Place In Sweet Adelines Region 9

The Women of Note Chorus soared to new heights in its regional competition Friday, April 4 in Daytona Beach, achieving the highest score in the history of the chorus and winning a second-place medal in the midsize division and a third place medal overall out of 15 statewide choruses. Also, Women of Note’s Attitude Quartet skyrocketed to first place out of 19 quartets in the region.

Under the direction of Mitchell Greenberg, the chorus welcomed eight new members onto the competition stage this year. This exceptional women’s a cappella chorus, with 45 members on stage, gave a rousing performance of When the Midnight Choo Choo Leaves for Alabam’ and delivered a warm, resonant, emotional rendition of Love Walked In.

Once again, the Women of Note Chorus ends the season volunteering at SunFest in West Palm Beach and is gearing up for the 2014-15 season that will include a youth workshop, a holiday show in December and additional performances throughout South Florida.

The Women of Note Chorus is a chapter of Sweet Adelines International, a nonprofit music education association for women. Made up of teachers, nurses, lawyers, legal assistants, bookkeepers, artists, business owners and homemakers, among others, the group delights audiences with four-part a cappella harmony, innovative choreography and dazzling costumes.

The chorus holds open rehearsals and welcomes any woman who loves to sing and wants to have fun while making new friends. The chorus rehearses every Monday night at 7 p.m. at Palm Beach Central High School. For more info., visit www.womenofnote.com or call (877) 966-7464.


ABOVE: Women of Note members with their medals.