With the assistance of the Calgary Foundations Unique Opportunity Grant, Rhythm of the Rockies welcomed Mo Field on her return to Canada from Sweden. 60 of our members enjoyed Mo's creative talents and non-stop energy over a very wintery weekend at Entheos west of the city. We are grateful to the Calgary Foundation for helping to make this educational opportunity a huge success.

As we look back on all the warm memories and times we have entertained you with unrestrained joy, we hope that all the seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks and months of 2017 bring you continued harmony, joy and great health.

Hold May 6 for the Rhythm of the Rockies' one evening extravaganza show and then the unveiling of our competition packages as we "head to Vegas baby" to compete at the MGM Grand at the Sweet Adelines International competition in the fall.

Our tree of sentiments from Rhythm of the Rockies' Speaking of Christmas concert.  The sentiments from "It's A Wonderful Like" remind us that people can come together in HARMONY with the spirit of joy and giving.   George's family had faith in him and believed that love would conquer all

From all of Rhythm of the Rockies, may your holidays be full of harmony, love, and joyful laughter. 

Have yourself a merry little Christmas.

It's the time of year for giving and this is Rhythm of the Rockies first year a Registered Canadian Charity.

We invite you to make a donation to the Arts and Education program that we provide to over 60 volunteer members. We seem to be busier every year with performances and you'll also be supporting the Gift of Music that our group brings to organizations around the city.  Gifts over $20 received prior to Dec 31, 2016 will receive a deductible tax receipt.

Contact us today at or talk to any member about how to make a donation.  We thank you for helping us to share the joy of music and wish you happiness and harmony throughout the holidays.

Singing for the Canadian Federation of University Women Calgary (CFUW) was a great pleasure.  This group of amazing women raise money for scholarships at Post Secondary institutions in Calgary, lobby the government to improve conditions for women and children in Canada and abroad and actively promote literacy.  Check them out at

Our very own No Strings quartet (Jennifer, Laura, Stephanie and Karri)- Region 26 2016 quartet champions and Sweet Adelines International 26th place contestants each received a presentation of three beautiful, pink roses- a symbol of joy, grace, elegance and appreciation. They moved us with two stunning songs and received a standing ovation- we appreciate your grace, elegance (hard work) with joy in our hearts.