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Capital City Chorus Finishes 10th at the Sweet Adelines International Competition in Denver, CO
Capital City Chorus was thrilled to hear our name called as one of the Top 10 at the Chorus Semi-Finals at the Sweet Adelines International competition in Denver at the beginning of Nov. Just ask the announcer who had to wait at least 5 minutes for us to quiet down so she could continue announcing the remaining choruses who made the top 10! After the Chorus Finals CCC placed 10th overall. We were very happy to have met our goal by making it into the top 10 for the first time in CCC history!
You can watch our Denver performances on our YouTube channel at
Image by Lilley Photography
Image by Lilley Photography
CCC was honored to receive commendation letters for our International Competition placement from Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels and Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard. You can read these commendations by clicking the appropriate link below:
Capital City Chorus Sings the National Anthem at the June 16, 2012 Indiana Fever Basketball Game
2012 Region #4 Competition
Capital City Chorus sang for evaluation only at the 2012 Region #4 Competition and received very valuable feedback from the judges to help us better prepare for competing in the Sweet Adelines International Competition in Denver in October 2012.
We are very proud of our two quartets who both finished in the top 10!
- iTones (Kathy Clough, Pam Ross, Angie Thompson, and Fran Furtner) who finished 5th and also won the Joyce Doll Most Improved Quartet Award.
- She's My Alibi (Sara Zembrodt, Jenny Johnson, Bev Miller, and Jenny Pratt) who finished 7th.
Here's iTones after receiving their Most Improved Quartet Award
CCC Wins 2011 Region #4 Competition!
(photo by Jon B. Petersen, Tulsa, OK)
2012 Capital City Chorus University of Indianapolis Music Scholarship Winners Announced!
Capital City is pleased to announce that Mindy Owens was chosen to receive the 2012 CCC University of Indianapolis Music Scholarship.
PIctured: Dr. Kathleen Hacker, Dean of the Music Department and Ms. Mindy Owens, 2012's Award Recipient.
"Hi, my name is Mindy Owens, and I am from Marion, Indiana. I am very proud to be the recipient of this year's Capital City Chorus Music Award. This scholarship will help me to further my education here, at University of Indianapolis. After graduation next year, I hope to teach music at the elementary school level, perhaps someplace with warm weather."
In 2008, CCC established a $1000 scholarship at the University of Indianapolis. The scholarship is awarded annually to a full-time undergraduate female vocal student entering her senior year, and working to complete her first bachelors degree in any degreed music program. The university’s music department selects the recipient(s) based on talent and financial need according to standard awarding and packaging policies of the University.