The Women of Note Chorus soared to new heights in its regional competition Saturday, April 18 in Daytona Beach, achieving the highest score in the chorus history and winning a second-place medal in the midsize division and a third-place medal overall out of 18 statewide choruses. Additionally, Women of Note’s Attitude Quartet took sixth place out of 18 statewide quartets.
Under the direction of Mitchell Greenberg, the chorus welcomed 10 new members onto the competition stage this year. The chorus is a chapter of Sweet Adelines International, a nonprofit music education association for women. Made up of teachers, nurses, bookkeepers, artists, business owners and homemakers, the group sings four-part a cappella harmony with innovative choreography and dazzling costumes.
The chorus holds open rehearsals at 7 p.m. on Monday evenings at Palm Beach Central High School and welcomes any woman who loves to sing and wants to have fun while making new friends.
For more info., visit www.womenofnote.com or call (877) 966-7464. Check them out on www.meetup.com and on Facebook.
ABOVE: Women of Note Chorus members celebrate their victory.