Aberdeen Chorus of Sweet Adelines
A Cappella Singing in Aberdeen, Scotland
Aberdeen Chorus of Sweet Adelines
The Aberdeen Chorus of Sweet Adelines International is a choir of around 75 singers from Aberdeen, Scotland who sing in four part harmony a cappella style.
The chorus is one of the top women’s barbershop choruses in the UK having won the UK Championships no fewer than six times.
A cappella singing is always unaccompanied and although the 4-part style sung by the chorus is often called “Barbershop Style”, the chorus sings many different styles of songs. The choir performs in and around the Aberdeen area but also performs around the country including a regular slot at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
CHORUS UPDATE – 13th JUNE 2022
PLEASE NOTE THERE WILL BE NO CHORUS REHEARSAL ON MONDAY 13TH JUNE.
NORMAL REHEARSALS CONTINUE FROM MONDAY 20TH JUNE.
The chorus is continuing to rehearse each Monday from 7.30pm – 10.00pm at Curl Aberdeen, Eday Walk, Aberdeen, AB15 6LN.
We are also continuing to stream our rehearsals via Zoom.
If you are interested in finding out more about the Aberdeen Chorus you can play a video of our most recent contest performance below.
We are always delighted to welcome potential new members so please contact us if you would like attend a rehearsal.
Return to the Edinburgh Fringe for 2022
The Aberdeen Chorus will perform their brand new show: “Thistle Be a Reigny Day” at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe on 27th August 2022 at 2.30pm in St Andrew’s and St George’s West Church, George Street, Edinburgh.
Full details of the show and online tickets sales can be found on the Edinburgh Fringe website.
Aberdeen Chorus Back at Contest in 2022!
In May 2022 the chorus competed in the annual Sweet Adelines Regional Contest for the UK and Netherlands Region, held at the University of Warwick, Coventry where they competed in the “Open Division”. This means they performed an entertainment package for evaluation and are not included in the final contest placings.
You can watch their performance below.
In 2020 The Aberdeen Chorus Celebrated 40 Years of Singing
Contest Success for Aberdeen Chorus!
In May 2019 the chorus competed in the annual Sweet Adelines Regional Contest for the UK and Netherlands Region, held in St David’s Hall, Cardiff, where they placed second with their highest ever score of 638.
This score qualified the chorus to compete in the Sweet Adelines International Contest in Louisville, Kentucky in October 2020. Unfortunately this contest has been cancelled because of COVID-19 so the chorus will not be travelling to USA this year.
You can watch the silver medal winning performance below.
Christmas Shows 2019
Aberdeen Chorus presented three sold out performances of their 2019 Christmas Show and great fun was had by all.
Thank you to all who came along and supported us!
If you are a woman aged 14 or over who loves to sing and have fun why not consider joining us in 2020?
Come along to meet us any Monday night, 7.30pm at Curl Aberdeen, Eday Walk, Aberdeen or email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
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The world of Sweet Adelines International is divided into regions and the Aberdeen Chorus is part of the Quartet of Nations region, which covers the UK and the Netherlands.
The chorus takes part in the annual Regional Convention each May as well as attending the education events organised for us by the Region.
Sweet Adelines International is a truly international organisation dedicated to advancing the musical art form of barbershop harmony through education and performance.
The International Organisation provides an ongoing education programme in the UK and throughout the world empowering women to continually improve their personal vocal skills as well as enabling choruses to grow.