Group singing releases 'feel good' endorphins
THE smiles from the Headliners Chorus confirm the scientific studies that group singing releases the "feel good" endorphins that elevate the spirit.
It has been proven that music in general lowers stress levels, but the camaraderie in choral music also lowers cortisol (the stress hormone) levels in the body.
Singing creates vibrations throughout the body altering you physically and emotionally ... you've heard of "good vibrations", well, this is it! The "medicine of song".
The Headliners (all female) chorus sing a capella in four-part harmony in the modern barbershop genre.
Over the years they have bonded as "sisters in song" and have performed and competed throughout the mid-north coast and at national competitions around the country.
The award-winning chorus is under the direction of Cathy Gordon and can be heard and seen at numerous community events throughout the Northern Rivers region.
They actively devote their time and harmony to fundraisers and celebrations in the area.
Bookings are now being considered for the Headliners Chorus new season and can be made by contacting Rita on 0412 448 558.
For further information on the Headliners Chorus, head to website: headlinerschorus.info.