Joyce putting a smile on the faces of her community.

Joyce putting a smile on the faces of her community.

Last month we shared the contributions Chathuri is making in her local community. This month we shine a spotlight on Joyce from client services and how she contributes to her community while doing what she loves.

Joyce has been an avid singer her whole life beginning when she sang a duet with her best friend for the Salvation Army church at the age of 5. She always had a flair for music playing the cornet and tenor horn in the band for 6 years before returning to singing after she had kids.

After having some time off singing she has most recently joined  ‘Coastal a Cappella’, an all-female acapella group located on the central coast. Joyce started in the group as a candidate and quickly progressed to become a member after sending her audio for approval by her section leader and musical director. She has also recently auditioned to join the choir, traveling to Hobart in May to perform in the international competition.

Joyce describes the incredible sound created by the group that made her cry when she first listened to everyone singing, ‘This is Australia’. She was inspired and is now composing an arrangement of her own. She loves performing and seeing the enjoyment and reaction of others when listening to their performance with people smiling, stopping and children dancing.

Most recently, the group has performed Christmas carols at Mingara and participated in a Cancer fundraiser performing at Westfield. Joyce loves not only the social aspect and community but loves to give back and be part of her community.

PrimeAdvisory would like to congratulate Joyce on all her vocal achievements.

The next performance is scheduled for friends and family on Sunday, April 5 2020 at Narara Valley High Performance Space at 2pm. Tickets from Trybooking www.trybooking.com, or if you’re lucky, at the door!

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  1. Well done Joyce. Kim and I know some of those girls from our days of running at Terrigal Trotters. Great group to be in.

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