Here's a link to a small gallery of pictures taken by John Simpson during the recent event at Paul McKenna's house, in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the granting to WHS of a charter as Calgary Foothills chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society (S.P.E.B.Q.S.A.):
WHS performed at McDougall United Church's Spring Concert and Mortgage Burning Celebration on May 24th, along with Rhythm of the Rockies, McDougall Mixed Ensemble, Celebration Singers, Bel Canto, Will Mehew, Alexandra Klassen, and Antonina Cox
Alberta Harmony Platoon 2015, sponsored by Western Hospitality Singers, was held in Red Deer at Wild Rose Harmonizers' rehearsal venue, the Church of Christ in Davenport on...more
Western Hospitality Singers were on hand at Confederation Park in Calgary on March 29th to entertain and to cheer on an enthusiastic crowd of walkers and joggers for the 2015 Trek for Tourette.
Trek for Tourette is a 5km walk held annually on the last Sunday of March in communities across...more
On March 16th, Christina of the 72nd Calgary Pathfinders and Sophia of the 79th Calgary Girl Guides paid a visit to the Western Hospitality Singers in Calgary to promote fundraising for their respective groups.
Tying this visit into the semi-annual Cookie...more
A great evening of coaching with Erin Howden polishing performance. Watch the videos of our work in progress
March 7th was a great day! It started at 10 am with a 90 minute session hosted by viaVoice and included Western Hospitality Singes, babershoppers from other chapters and singers from Lord Beaverbrook High School.
There where two performances, matinee and evening, followed by an Afterglow...more
Another video has been posted to our media section. It's our performance at the 2014 Evergreen District Chorus Competition in Surrey BC.
Have a look and while your there check out some of our other videos
On Monday December 29th Western Hospitality Singers had the opportunity to sing for Abe Penner's family and friends. We met Abe and Esther while singing at a hospice a couple of weeks go and we were pleased to be asked to sing at his service.
Western Hospitality Singers was invited to sing at number of hospices over the past couple of weeks. These are rewarding in so many ways and we're glad to have this opportunity.
As the rooms are small the whole chorus couldn't participate so a Very Large Quartet (13 guys) took part.
An insightful evening of coaching with the ever-impressive Erin Howden tonight. Thanks, Erin, for your expertise and your faith in our abilities as singers. Always a treat to work with one of Barbershop's best.