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    • 2021 Auditions
      • 19 Feb 2021
      • Wellington Youth Choir
      • Kia Ora and Happy New Year! Wellington Youth Choir welcomes you to 2021! Wellington Youth Choir is made up of around 50 young professionals and university students aged 18 to 27 years old.
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    • 2020 Auditions
      • 11 Feb 2020
      • Wellington Youth Choir
      • Kia Ora and Happy New Year!   Wellington Youth Choir welcomes you to 2020, a year filled with new tunes, fun times, and a big tour! Wellington Youth Choir is made up of around 50 young professionals and university students aged 18 to 27 years old.
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    • Our 2019 Auditions are Live!
      • 18 Feb 2019
      • Wellington Youth Choir
      • Kia Ora! Wellington Youth Choir wishes you a warm welcome into 2019! We’re ready to charge into the year, with new repertoire, a new Music Director, and new singers! Speaking of new singers, we are very excited to let you know that our auditions for 2019 are live and ready for bookings! Do you love to sing? Have you sung in a choir previously or have always wanted to? Wellington Youth Choir is just what you’re looking for! Wellington Youth Choir is made up of roughly fifty students and young professionals aged between 18-27, and prides itself on being an energetic, inclusive, and passionate group. Performing a wide variety of pieces ranging from Verdi’s Requiem, to more contemporary and unique pieces, we often perform in different venues and locations within and outside of Wellington. Auditions will be held on Sunday 3rd March from 9am-4pm at Toi Poneke Arts Centre. For more information, and to book an audition slot, please email our choir administrator at wellingtonyouthchoir@gmail.com! You can also follow the link to our Facebook event here!   We look forward to hearing from you!   Ngā Mihi, Wellington Youth Choir.
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    • We’ve been nominated as a finalist for the Wellington Airport Regional Community Awards 2018!
      • 29 Jun 2018
      • Wellington Youth Choir
      • Wellington Youth Choir has been nominated as a finalist for the Wellington Airport Regional Community Awards 2018! We’re incredibly thankful for the support of the community and look forward to the Awards ceremony in July! About the Awards Every year, Wellington International Airport, Wellington Community Trust, and the five local councils come together to recognise the work carried out by community groups in the wider Wellington region. The focus of the Awards is to celebrate volunteers for their valuable contribution to society. Finalists from each region to compete for the overall award in their category, and the opportunity to be named Supreme Winner. Members of the public are invited to nominate any not-for-profit group or organisation working in the interests of the community.
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    • We’re looking for tenor and bass voices to join us!
      • 27 Jun 2018
      • Wellington Youth Choir
      • WE’RE LOOKING FOR TENORS AND BASS VOICES TO JOIN US IN THE SECOND TRIMESTER! Wellington Youth Choir is a self-run, mixed group of singers between the ages of 18 and 27. It is made up of around 50 university students and young professionals living in the Wellington region. Email your interest to wellingtonyouthchoir@gmail.com and we’ll see you there!
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    • WYC Presents: Something Borrowed, Something New
      • 10 May 2018
      • Wellington Youth Choir
      •   When – Saturday 26th of May, 5pm Where – St Matthew’s Anglican Church, 37 Church St, Masterton Tickets are $15 waged and $10 unwaged – door sales only!   Wellington Youth Choir presents its’ first concert series for the year, and we are very excited to be bringing our music to St Matthew’s Anglican Church in Masterton! Directed by Jared Corbett & Penelope Ceri, Something Borrowed, Something New is an exciting collection of choral music across a variety of genres, from times past and present, through things borrowed and new! This concert series includes long-forgotten pieces performed by the choir in previous years, as well as exciting, brand-new pieces creating new sounds and music never heard before! Come along and enjoy an evening of youthful energy and high-quality singing!    
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    • WYC Camp 2018
      • 24 Apr 2018
      • Wellington Youth Choir
      • Kia Ora! Wellington Youth Choir has been working very hard this term! We’ve welcomed several new faces to the choir, and have raced through our repertoire in anticipation of our upcoming concerts! I have been in the choir for nearly 4 years now, and going on camp has always been something I look forward to.
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    • WYC Camp 2017
      • 10 Apr 2017
      • Wellington Youth Choir
      • Our choir spent the last few days at Forest Lakes in Otaki under workshops, socialising and of course, singing! We even have a sweet video from it all which is linked below: We’re all looking forward to performing our pieces at our first concert series in May, so keep an eye out for details coming soon!  
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    • Choir Fundraising for Riding for Disabled
      • 5 Sep 2015
      • The Major Minors Children’s Choir have been busy performing across the region this year. Their next concert features choir singing and solos from members of the choir who performed at the Hutt Valley Performing Arts Competitions in July. The Choir took out the choir category and many of the children won awards individually too. The choir continues to grow with a membership aged 4-14 and more than 25 children involved in the choir. Later this month the Major Minors perform in Upper Hutt,donations from the concert will go to Hutt Valley Riding for the Disabled (HVRDA). Musical Director Joanne Roelofs says "We wanted to do a charity concert that the money raised would benefit children and young people in our community. One of our choristers has a classmate who gets a tremendous amount of achievement and support from Riding for the Disabled. This organisation has very similar aims to ours increasing self-confidence and a sense of achievement so it was a perfect community group for us to work with. The concert programme we have chosen has a variety of songs the kids and adults will love and shows the versatility of our choir and soloists”. HVRDA will also have their Gingerbread Horse biscuit fundraiser for sale at the concert. Hear the Major Minors Children’s Choir perform their ‘Swinging on a Star’ concert at 2.30pm, Sunday 20 September.Upper Hutt Baptist Church, New Zealand. Entry by donation.
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    • You Raise M\e Up
      • 16 Aug 2014
      • Music for the Soul The Hutt Valley Singers have spent winter evenings working on a programme for their next concert coming up on Sunday, 24th August. ‘You Raise Me Up’ is a concert of uplifting songs written by composers from a number of centuries including the likes of Palestrina, Purcell, and Mendelssohn, through to living composers including Eric Whitacre, and an arrangement by pianist Karen Boyce of Sting’s ‘Fields of Gold’. The main work is a Cantata for choir and solo tenor by American composer Adolphus Hailstork called ‘I Will Lift up Mine Eyes’ and features Tenor Soloist John Beaglehole. The choir will be joined by three children who will perform solo’s they recently sang to compete in the Hutt Valley Performing Arts Competition, including Riley Dick who was awarded the trophy for most promising under 16. Musical Director Joanne Roelofs says ‘The choir have worked really hard on some more challenging but beautiful pieces for this concert, and are looking forward to presenting what we aim to be a very inspiring afternoon’. You Raise Me Up Sunday 24 August, Upper Hutt Baptist Church, Corner of Fergusson Drive and Milton St. Adults $10, students $5. Tickets at the door. For more information contact Sue Loftus on 976-7176
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    • Artsplash
      • 12 Sep 2013
      • Amesbury Drive School Establishment Board of Trustees
      • This term, all of the students in Harakeke have been busy learning the songs for the Artsplash festival run by the Wellington City Council.
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      • Amesbury School, Amesbury Drive, Churton Park, Glenside, Wellington, 6037, New Zealand/Aotearoa


    • Christmas Carolling
      • 23 Nov 2009
      • Wellington Brass Band Inc.
      • Throughout December, each week night the Pelorus Trust Wellington Brass Band will be out playing carols around the suburbs of Wellington, and in addition, on Tuesday's will playing from on top of Kirkcaldie and Stains
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