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The award-winning New Zealand Youth Choir is coming to Rotorua.Known to deliver a spine-tingling, entertaining and engaging programme, a concert by the New Zealand Youth Choir is a glorious experience.
Double Grammy Award–winners, The King’s Singers are beloved the world over, from London’s Royal Albert Hall to New York’s Carnegie Hall, and now New Zealand!Come along and be part of workshops, a massed choir rehearsal and the Saturday night Gala concert.You do not have to be a member of a choir nor live on the Coast to come to the Festival. WORKSHOPS: • A full timetable will be sent to each registrant outlining in more detail what the workshops will involve.A number of local choirs attending the Festival will perform two items each and the Massed Choir will perform.Entry for audience members will be by koha and refreshments will also be on sale T SHIRT A commemorative T Shirt with this design will be available to purchase with registration. A limited amount of T Shirts will be on sale during the Festival.From New Zealander Child’s Salve Regina to Mantyjarvi’s Four Shakespeare Songs through to Purcell’s Hear My Prayer and Lauridsen’s O Magnum Mysterium, Hamilton Civic Choir look set to delight their audiences with a wide range of music representing a wide time scale and geography of composers.
What: From Hamilton to New York Where: St John’s Church, Te Awamutu and St Andrew’s Church, Cambridge When: Saturday 24th, 2pm at Te Awamutu and 5pm at Cambridge Tickets: Door sales only - Adults $25, Senior and Students $15, School age students free Authorised by Koli Jayatunge for Hamilton Civic Choir Inc.
It was Gjeilo’s Ubi Caritas which first led Hamilton Civic Choir to be discovered by DCINY, and Carpenter says that it was the allure of the Nordic treatment of tonality that inspired him to conceive this repertoire.
The repertoire includes an array of works taking wing from New Zealand to America via Scandinavia and Great Britain.
Join us for a spectacular matinee concert in the Kennaway's relaxing garden setting.
Bring your own food and drink to picnic on the lawn whilst listening to memorable songs sung by Opera North Chorus and Soloists.
Award winning conductor Bridget O' Shanassy will let you in on this fun acapella genre • "Taize" workshop - run by Ann-Marie Stapp a style of acapella singing which transcends all boundaries and takes you to a relaxing space, all the while singing. 3 quick rehearsals and before you know it you will be on stage performing A chance to sing together in one BIG space - so much fun and fellowship with others who sing your part After registration you will be sent a link to download and print your own copies of 4 pieces of sheet music.