Presenting...Sweet Adelines International Harmony Classic Div. A Chorus Champions

Since 2000, small choruses (up to 30 members) have competed for the title of Sweet Adelines International Division A Harmony Classic Champion.

Presenting...The 2007 Sweet Adelines International Harmony Classic Division A Champion Alba Show Chorus from Stockholm, Sweden, under the direction of Åse Hagerman.

Presenting...The 2006 Sweet Adelines International Harmony Classic Division A Champion Metro Nashville Chorus from Nashville, Tennessee (USA), under the direction of Kim Wonders.

Presenting...The 2005 Sweet Adelines International Harmony Classic Division A Champion Women of Note Chorus from Boynton Beach, Florida (USA), under the direction of Holly St. John.

Presenting...The 2004 Sweet Adelines International Harmony Classic Division A Champion Queen City Chorus from Cincinnati, Ohio (USA), under the direction of Lynn Hartmuth.

Presenting...The 2003 Sweet Adelines International Harmony Classic Division A Champion Millennium Magic Chorus from Manchester, Connecticut (USA), under their own direction.

Presenting...The 2002 Sweet Adelines International Harmony Classic Division A Champion Prairie Echoes Chorus from DeKalb, Illinois (USA), under the direction of Sue Pippel.

Presenting...The 2001 Sweet Adelines International Harmony Classic Division A Champion Pearls of the Sound Chorus from Helsingborg, Sweden, under the direction of Isabelle Malmström.

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Presenting...The 2000 Sweet Adelines International Harmony Classic Division A Champion Prairie Echoes Chorus from DeKalb, Illinois (USA), under the direction of Sue Pippel. Prairie Echoes Chorus was the first-ever HC Division A Champion Chorus.