Endeavour Harmony on song to help appeal

TAKING out first place in the National Sweet Adelines competition at their last five attempts, Endeavour Harmony Chorus has become well known as Australia’s premier female a cappella ensemble and features Greenacre Coles worker Jann O’Brien and Padstow’s St Therese Primary School teacher Marisa Stefani.

They have now been invited to perform at half-time during the charity netball game between the Diamonds and an All Stars Team to help raise funds for the bushfire victims and their families at Qudos Bank Arena on Sunday, March 1.
As National Champions, the chorus travelled overseas to represent Australia on the International stage five times, most recently in St Louis, Missouri.
The chorus are taking a break from overseas travel in 2020, concentrating instead on performing in their home country.
The chorus were thrilled to be chosen as a featured choir in the 2019 ABC Radio’s ‘Sing Out Sydney’ event, held at the City Recital Hall.
Endeavour Harmony Chorus loves to entertain audiences. Achieving beautifully blended harmonies, delivered with energy and excitement for their audiences’ enjoyment, is their goal, with one coach saying: “Working with a group this good is like driving a Lamborghini!”
Aged from 15 to 70, the women come from all walks of life. There are teachers, a scientist, doctors, a vet, corporate working women and stay at home mums, with Musical Director and founder, Lea Baker, providing vocal instruction each week at rehearsal.
Jann said: “Singing was recommended to me as a way to de-stress and I have been with this group of wonderful ladies for 15 years.”
To hear the chorus and for tickets to the bushfire appeal netball game, visit