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The ScotianAires, a women’s a cappella chorus with members from across the Halifax region, represented Atlantic Canada at Harmony, Inc.’s International Convention and Contests 2018 in Orlando, Fla., from Oct. 31 to Nov. 4. The five-day event included chorus and quartet competitions, education classes, gala shows and lots of singing in four-part harmony.

The chorus competition included performances ranging from ballads such as I See The Light from the movie Tangled, to a clever zombie version of Moonlight Becomes You. The ScotianAires performed the Grammy award-winning ballad What Kind of Fool Am I?, followed by a lively medley of I Can’t Give You Anything But Love and Steppin’ Out With My Baby. Twenty-five of Harmony, Inc.’s 65 chapters competed in the international competition and the ScotianAires were the third highest-scoring Canadian chorus, coming in 12th overall.

The excitement built toward the end of the weekend as two foursomes from the chorus ranks, enJOY! and Tonic!, qualified for the top 10 quartet finals held on Saturday afternoon. EnJOY!, in only their second appearance at the event, came away with seventh place, earning their highest scores ever.

Atlantic champions Tonic! were fifth place medallists, their best placing and best score ever at an international competition. But the accolades didn’t stop there for Tonic! The quartet also took home the Image of Harmony Award for service within the organization and the wider community, as well as the Accord Award for the most improved quartet.

Tonic!’s bass, Adele Merritt, expresses the gratitude of all four members.

“We have worked with some dedicated and inspirational coaches this year who have helped us to deliver an authentic performance and to connect with the audience. Thank you to Theresa Weatherbee, Eddie Martinez, Steve Tramack and a special thank you to Renee Tramack for all her encouragement and wisdom. Thank you also to our loving, caring and enthusiastic ScotianAires chorus. You ladies rock!”

The ScotianAires enjoyed performances by the medallists, including their own Tonic!, the new championship chorus, New England Voices in Harmony, and the new championship quartet, Aged to Perfection. The singing went on into the early hours as quartets entertained and people gathered to sing in various venues at the resort.

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