Region 21 Webcast

Order the webcast or a Shout Out or both!


Click on this graphic to order the webcast.

The Region 21 contests will be webcast live from the historic Orpheum Theater in Phoenix, Arizona, sharing all the excitement of our quartet and chorus contests!

The $35 webcast subscription is good for the live stream on Friday and Saturday, plus viewing of the archived webcast for two weeks, beginning Tuesday night April 24, 2018. The webcast registration is open now.

Our quartet webcast will begin on Friday, April 20, 2018 a few minutes before 2 PM MST (Note: Arizona remains on standard time, so it’s the same as PDT) for the quartet contest. Top quartets representing the Southwest will be putting their best onstage.

Our chorus competition will begin Saturday, April 21, 2018 a few minutes before 1:00 PM MST with performances by choruses from across the Southwestern United States. We’ll also be treated to a preview of things to come in St. Louis, MO with performances by International competitor and hostess chapter, Scottsdale Chorus. It promises to be an afternoon of great harmony!

Scroll to the bottom of the page for the orders of appearance and (approximate) on stage times for both contests. You can also download a pdf of the convention program using the link to the left. They will be posted as soon as they are available.

Your $35 webcast subscription will allow friends and family who can’t be in Phoenix to watch live on Friday and Saturday, then you can re-live the great experiences all week long.

Webcast “Shout Outs” are also available. It’s a perfect way to send good luck wishes to a competitor, thank a coach or a director, or have a note read to your family or friends who are watching at home. For just $5.00 (plus processing fee), the webcasters will read your note “on the air!” Scroll down to order your Shout Out today!

Complete information about the Region 21 competition, including a schedule of events, ticket order forms, and hotel information is available on the spring regional page.


Signing up for the webcast is easy!

    1. Test your device’s ability to stream video by tuning into Nasa TV on USTREAM. If you can view this, then you’ll be able to view the Region 21 webcast. You can view on your desktop, tablet, or smartphone. Use a hard-wired or wifi connection for best results. If you are streaming through cellular devices, data charges from your cellular carrier may apply.
    2. To order, click the image above to be taken to the PayPal order form operated by our broadcast partner, PSAVideo. Order ahead and don’t miss a single performance! If you purchase the webcast on the day of the competition, it could take up to 45 minutes for your log-in capability to be updated in the system.
    3. Fill in the order form, including your email. Once the payment is processed, you will receive a receipt for your subscription. You will need to use the same email on the day of the broadcast to gain access to the webcast.
    4. When the competitions are about to begin, go to this link to view the webcast: (save this link as a favorite or come back here the day of the broadcast and click).
    5. Sign in using your correct email (the one you used on the PayPal payment) and enjoy the show.
    6. Sit back and enjoy the competitions!


  • Subscribers please note. In order to accommodate your ease of viewing our broadcast, we ask that you sign up early – at least a couple days ahead of time April 17th – otherwise your access to the site may be delayed as we authorize your email access. If you sign up the day of a performance, a delay of up to 45 minutes may occur as we update the server with your access email address.
  • Your email will be your access to the viewing so please remember which email address you sign up with to watch our show. In the spirit of fairness, we require that you not share you email address to allow unpaid viewers to watch the show. You’re allowed 2 viewing options per email – one for your home PC or MAC and one for another service such as your smart phone, tablet, or iPad.
  • IMPORTANT. Your viewing enjoyment is our top priority but in the past, some have expressed problems viewing the live show. We are broadcasting in High Definition for quality and if you’re trying to watch on a smartphone, tablet or laptop while using Wi-Fi instead of a wired connection…. YOU MAY HAVE QUALITY ISSUES. This is due to your individual viewing situation and not our broadcast team. We monitor the show from several places during the performances to ensure the outgoing material. If you’re having a problem, please do not write the show or technical team as the problem is due to your viewing choices, so maybe move to a more stable environment like a PC with a good connection.


Send a Shout Out to your friends and
family during the webcast!

Send good luck wishes to a competitor. Congratulate a chorus or quartet. Or have a note read to your family members who aren’t able to attend the competition live. For just $5.00 (plus $.45 processing fee), the webcasters will read your personal note to all subscribers. Proceeds from Shout Out sales go directly to Sweet Adelines Golden West Region 21.

Once you complete your payment, you will be taken to the online order form to compose your Shout Out and send it in. You must click the submit button at the bottom of the form. When your Shout Out is submitted, you will be sent to a “submission success” page, so you will know that you’re finished.

Be sure to click the link on the PayPal page to return to the Region 21 website when you finish your payment!


Quartet Webcast Commentators


Patty Cobb Baker joined Sweet Adelines in 1983. She is the tenor of the 2013 Sweet Adelines Champion Quartet Touché, and on May 1st becomes our Sweet Adelines International President. She is Chair of the Young Singers Foundation Advancement Committee and the Editorial Review Board. Patty is a member of the Sweet Adelines International Faculty and Region 21 faculty, teaching classes on all aspects of vocal skill, musical, and administrative leadership development. Prior to becoming a voice teacher and coach, she worked for NASA at the Johnson Space Center as a Business Manager and Program Analyst for various aerospace contracts. Patty lives in Missouri City, TX with her two fur babies, Max and Oliver.


Kim has been a fixture in SAI since she joined the organization in 1974. She is a Certified Sound Judge, a member of the Education Direction Committee, EDC liaison to the International Faculty, a Master Director 700 with the San Diego Chorus and a member of the Region 21 Hall of Fame. She is the first Sweet Adeline 3-time international champion quartet member and in 2014 received the SAI Lifetime Achievement Award.




Chorus Webcast Commentators


Jana Gutenson joined Sweet Adelines in 1984, but is a barbershopper since birth! Her mother is a 60+ year SAI member and her father a 3-time BHS International Chorus Champion. Joining Scottsdale in 1987, she is the Associate Director and in-house coach and a 25-year front row veteran. Jana is a Region 21 quartet champion reaching the top ten internationally with Affinity in 2008. Jana served six years as Region 21 Education Coordinator and is a busy coach and educator. Jana is a Certified Music Category Judge and 2017 Co-Chair for IES. She is the 2016 NAfME/Sweet Adelines Music Educator of the Year. Jana teaches elementary general music in the Chandler School District.


With a 30-year education career, Lori is currently Chandler High School’s choral director. A Sweet Adeline since 1983, she became director of the five-time International Champion Chorus Scottsdale in 1993. As a quartet member, Lori has won multiple Region 21 quartet championships, an international medal with Affinity, and is a member of the Region 21 Hall of Fame. For her dedication to teaching and advancing barbershop harmony, Lori was named the 2012 NAfME/Sweet Adelines Music Educator of the Year. Lori is a highly sought after coach and educator in the SAI arena, a certified member of the International Faculty, and holds the title Master 700 Director.


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