‘You managed to present that group of irreligious, uncivilised and unenlightened folk as a coherent, well-disciplined and musical ensemble. What magic!!! Please thank them all for their wonderful contribution to the concert.’ Sue Capper, making light of the informal definition of the word heathens from dictionary.com
'Thank you Deb and all of the Heathens who sang so beautifully last night. So many great comments from all of the audience - you certainly started the BANC AGM with a flourish! Your enthusiasm was more than measurable'. Adrienne
President BANC Committee.
Upcoming Events 2018
Fri April 6 Social night with Phoenix, bush dance with Inland Navigators. Phillips Hall from 6pm
Sat 12 May Blackheath Day, 11am Memorial Park, Blackheath
Sat 26 May 9.30 or 10am Mt Victoria great train weekend
Sun June 17 Concert for Blue Mountains Refugee Support Group – ‘Singing for a New Beginning’. 2pm
Wed June 20 Morven Gardens, 2pm
24-6 August Blackheath Choir Festival
Sat 29 Sept Leura Gardens Festival 1pm, Waldorf Gardens
Fri 26 October Blackheath art show 50th anniversary, opening night performance
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Happy new year everyone and a big welcome to those who have decided to join The Heathens this year. Term 1 starts on Wednesday 31 January and here is a reminder about the fee arrangements…Fees are $75 per term and … Continue reading
It was a fabulous way to end our year, joining The Blue Mountains City Band and conducted by Paul Terracini for a wonderful Christmas concert. Here are some photos taken by Aidan Grilli (lovely partner to our Bridget). Thank you … Continue reading
The Heathens are singing with The Blue Mountains City Band and conducted by Paul Terracini on Sunday 10th December at St Hilda’s Anglican Church in Katoomba. All are welcome – a gold coin donation which will be donated to the … Continue reading
Fellow Heathen and Green’s campaigner, Susie Rix is currently protesting in North Queensland against the Adani mine and sent this photo…Good on you Susie! We are so proud of you!
I think we moved some mountains last Saturday at our concert with three other choirs from the mountains – The Moo Choir from Warrimoo; The Mudlarks from Faulconbridge and Vocal Edge from Blackheath. We filled the church with 200 people … Continue reading
Thank you to everyone who came and listened to us sing in the Waldorf Gardens at the Leura Garden Festival. We loved singing under the big tree! Thanks to Maxine for the photos.