You too could be a part of the Perth Harmony community - a group of awesome women who do amazing things together!
Singing with Perth Harmony provides the opportunity to develop your singing technique, musicianship, performance and ensemble skills with support and guidance from experienced teachers. Off the risers, you’ll gain lots of new friends and the chance to clock up a lifetime of fabulous experiences.
The first step is to come along to a rehearsal!
If you're wondering what we're all about, you’re welcome to watch or join in a rehearsal. It’s an excellent chance to experience Perth Harmony and see what being part of the chorus might offer you. We rehearse every Wednesday evening from February to December. Rehearsals begin at 7pm. If you are visiting, please arrive early so that we can welcome you, show you around, and answer any questions you may have.
A typical rehearsal goes like this:
Physical warm-up - we begin with some stretching and dancing to prepare our bodies, focus our minds, and practise performance techniques.
Vocal craft - next we prepare our voices with a group singing lesson to develop individual and ensemble vocal skills and ready our voices for repertoire work.
Repertoire coaching - the main body of the rehearsal is used to apply our skills to our music and prepare for any upcoming events. This can include learning and polishing choreography and visual communication, refining technique and expression, or splitting into our voice parts to look at new music,
Rehearsal ends with a celebration of member birthdays or anniversaries, and a final song, followed by supper, laughter, and often more singing for those who can stay for a while.
Perth Harmony meets a 6:45 for a 7pm start each Wednesday at Nollamara Tennis Club Hall, Kindra Way, Nollamara 6061. Park in the gated car park just south of Lemana Way.
We care about our member's well-being and during times of pandemic risk we may move to online rehearsals. Please contact our membership coordinator to confirm whether live rehearsals are currently running.