‘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 2021
Sat 27 March and 10 April, both 12.30-1.30,
Memorial Park Blackheath
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A lovely letter from the organisers of the Rydal Daffodil Show (click on the letter to enlarge) and what a great result for them! We look forward to singing there again next year.
Singing Changes Your Brain. Group singing has been scientifically proven to lower stress, relieve anxiety, and elevate endorphins
Check out this great article on the wonderful benefits of group singing… http://ideas.time.com/2013/08/16/singing-changes-your-brain/
Flowers and Heathens must be a match made in heaven. We were invited once again to Blackheath’s annual flower and craft day this year and sang to more flowers…and lovely it was too. Thank you to all who came to … Continue reading
More great photos of our concert at the Rydal Daffodil Fair. Thanks to Tricia’s husband Mike O’Day who took these… The sun was shining, the geese were honking…and the daffodils were smiling. Thank you Chapel House for having us sing … Continue reading
We have been busy rehearsing new songs with Henrick to sing at the Rydal Festival on the 20th September. Stay tuned (haha) and we hope to see lots of people there. The Heathens are looking forward to it!
The Heathens have a banner! We ended term 2 with a great party down in Megalong Valley and had our photo taken with the new banner. Thanks Graham McCarter for taking another great photo of us all! There are a … Continue reading
The night was a huge success and a lot of fun! The Blackheath Community Hall was overflowing with over 200 people dressed as pirates, pussy cats, mad hatters and even a zebra! Canon Fodder started the music off, followed by … Continue reading
Our newest and youngest member to join the sopranos is Safira. Would she classify as a sopranino?
Are you a trivia buff? Then join the fun – have your trivia tested and be entertained by Blackheath’s three choirs and special guest performers Canon Fodder. Grab your friends and put together a team of 8 people. BYO food … Continue reading