We get out and perform, and sometimes a brave soul risks taking a photo.
|Begin the year with a Birthday Party. That should attract a few choir members and provide plenty of excuses to Sing. This time it was Moira's turn.
Moira (in the grey dress and apron) realised this is the oldest she's ever been.
Fast forward to June and the Denmark Festival of Voice.
Saturday night performance
First outing is at the Butter Factory.
on the main stage
Then Digby called up Eklektica to join us on stage
Two Choirs and Two Leaders on stage
Next it's A Kappella Munda's Birthday.
What sort of a theme can we have this year? What about Bollywood?
Imagine - a world premiere movie night:
it's A Kappella Mumbai
held in premises with an interior like a palace
with a view all the way to the Taj Mahal and a cast worth thousands
and then there was singing
Starting on a low note always looks serious... but seldom is.
Moving on to July and one of the Sopranos is having a baby
So we held Naomi a surprise Baby Shower, just to give us an excuse to sing to her
July saw A Kappella Munda collaborating and Performing, not once but twice - with Choir Voicemale and with The Black Chooks World Music Folk Band
here is the poster
and using stills from Videos here are some images from the two concerts
Lesmurdie Community Hall was the Up Hill Venue
A Kappella Munda opened the concert
Voicemale sang next
with all sorts of shenanigans
Then the Diamante's sang a sparkling medley of diamond-related tunes
On the soles of their feet and on their hands, and self-evidently their best friends
Then Choirs and Chooks
They sang an old Ladino number - Adio Querida
Then the Down Dale part of the concert tour
At the end of their set the crowd went wild
Then Sharon introduced VoiceMale
and the fun began
After the Diamante's the Black Chooks came out to play
First, with the Choirs to help
And again at the end of the Chooks set, the choirs joined them for a bit of 7/8 Macedonian music Milo Mou Kokkino - my little red apple.
Finale - Only You
August saw A Kappella Munda singing at the Centenary of the Guildford Wesley Chapel.
Photo from the final rehearsal
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Updated 17 January 2015 MC