Back by popular demand, we have listed below all the Region 19 competitors at the upcoming SAI International Competition, and their “on stage times” in Hawaiian local time and in Eastern time. This year, because Jenny has joined the Carolina Harmony Chorus and is a dual member of Region 14, we also include the Region 14 competitor information. (We are so happy to have another “home chorus” for Lustre!) So if you can’t join us in Hawaii, you can watch the FREE webcast and cheer your representatives on from the comfort of your home.
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Tuesday Nov 5: Harmony Classic Chorus Competition
Virginia Coast Chorus (#2), Reg 14, Division A: 6:43pm Hawaiian, 11:43pm Eastern
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Wednesday Nov 6: Quartet Semi-Finals Competition
a.k.a. (#3), Reg 15, 19: 10:26am Hawaiian, 3:26pm Eastern
GQ (#16), Reg 19: 1:22pm Hawaiian, 6:22pm Eastern
Speed of Sound (#19), Reg 14: 1:55pm Hawaiian, 6:55pm Eastern
Shades of Jade (#24), Reg 14: 2:39pm Hawaiian, 7:39pm Eastern
Lustre (#28), Reg 19, 14: 4:56pm Hawaiian, 9:56pm Eastern
Drive! (#44), Reg 15, 19: 8:29pm Hawaiian, 1:29am (Thursday) Eastern
Fire and Ice (#46), Reg 14: 8:51pm Hawaiian, 1:51am (Thursday) Eastern
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Thursday Nov 7: Chorus Semi Finals Competition
Vienna Falls (#3), Reg 14: 11:13am Hawaiian, 4:13pm Eastern
Pride of Baltimore (#15), Reg 19: 2:07pm Hawaiian, 7:07pm Eastern
Harbor City Music Company (#31), Reg 19: 6:52pm Hawaiian, 11:52pm Eastern
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Friday Nov 8: Quartet Finals Competition
Quartets and Times TBA, Competition is 12-5pm Hawaiian, 5-10pm Eastern
Saturday Nov 9: Chorus Finals Competition
Choruses and Times TBA, Competition is 12-6pm Hawaiian, 5-11pm Eastern
Here’s a link to a time zone converter if you live somewhere other than the East Coast of the US: http://www.thetimezoneconverter.com
(Note: We’ve already taken the “fall back” time change into account in the times listed above. Hawaii doesn’t observe Daylight Savings Time, so they will not be “falling back”. So right now, the time difference is 6 hours, but by the time we get to the competition, the difference will only be 5 hours.)