No Strings Quartet- one of Rhythm of the Rockies fabulous quartets- is competing at the MGM Grand Las Vegas at the Sweet Adelines International quartet competition on Wednesday, October 19 at 5:52MDT (4:52PST). Please check in closer to the date to confirm the time! The excitement and anticipation is mounting and we feel blessed to be a part of their journey.

The entire quartet competition runs from 11am (MDT)- 11:30pm (MDT) which will be telecast live on

Rhythm of the Rockies had the pleasure of performing at the Calgary Elks Lodge for the NuGrads yesterday evening.  Besides our regular songs, we sang one of our competition songs for them as well.  We had fun singing with them an acappella version of The Lion Sleeps to Night.  How fun!  Smiles all around and a lovely standing ovation.  Thank you for allowing us to entertain you in our upbeat, vivacious style. 

What a time we had- dusting off some of our old Christmas repertoire and even learning a new one! 

We are getting ready for our non- auditioned #AcappellaXmas starting September 6 and running to the end of November.   We love to share our passion and knowledge of singing a cappella and anticipate making some new friends.

 We also had some guests visit which couldn't make us happier. 

We look forward to seeing some of you on the risers on September 6th.

Once again, Rhythm of the Rockies score at regionals has qualified us for the big International competition in Las Vegas held at the MGM Grand. We are humbly honored to be a representative of the region while we take to the Garden Arena stage and compete with 33 other choruses. With a seating capacity of 10,000 and worldwide streaming video, Rhythm of the Rockies will bring our 2 competition songs to life for a few short minutes while awaiting the phenomenal  feedback of 8 international judges.  Talk about a wondrous opportunity to keep on learning the art of singing a Cappella and moving an audience.

Rhythm of the Rockies sang at the Canadian Citizenship Ceremony at Heritage Park where 75 new Canadians were greeted by such dignitaries as Calgary's own major Naheed Nenshi.  Mayor Nenshi laid down the gauntlet to all Canadians to do three small to large "acts of kindness" over the next year.

Later that afternoon, Rhythm of the Rockies sang a set in front of the old Wainwright hotel and thrilled an audience of mixed generations.