Waikato Branch


Chairperson: Dr Rachael Griffiths-Hughes

70 Nixon Street
Hamilton East
New Zealand, 3216

Phone: +64 (0)7 838 4466 Ext. 4469
+64 (0)7 856 6365
Email: waikatochair@rscmnz.org.nz

Secretary: Vaughan Chetwynd

14 Aubrey Way
New Zealand 3110

Phone: +64 (0)7 577 6341
Mobile: +64 027 565 7724
Email: waikatosecretary@rscmnz.org.nz

To join the Waikato Branch of RSCMNZ, click here

News from Waikato

Ten Choristers add their voices

On Saturday afternoon of 5 May 2018 at St Matthew's Church Morrinsville David Brookes, Waikato Branch committee member along with others attended a performance of Handel's Messiah, presented by Pakuranga Choral Society, and Cantamus choirs, four soloists, organist Michael Bell, and conductor David Hamilton.
It was an absolutely fantastic concert, with superb singing of the choristers...

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Learn what Waikato has been and will be doing

RSCMNZ Waikato Branch Members (families, friends and supporters too) are invited to attend the AGM at St Andrew's Anglican Church, Cambridge, on Sunday 6 May 2018 starting 2.00pm.
Enjoy All-comers participation in a performance of a J. S. Bach chorale with refreshments. For catering purposes etc., please contact Merv (07) 823 7494.

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Audience Choristers May Sing

Handel's Messiah 3.00pm Saturday 5 May 2018. The Pakuranga Choral Society and Cantemus perform this iconic work at St Matthew's Church, Morrinsville. Admission $15 (under 14 free). Conductor: David Hamilton. Organist: Michael Bell. Soloists- Morag Atchinson, Soprano; Sarah Court, Alto; Andrew Grenon, Tenor; James Harrison, Bass Choristers who would...

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Easter simultaneously joyful and then a touch of sadness

Family talents and these of dear friends contributed in Christchurch, Auckland, UK and elsewhere to Easter 2018 events. Christchurch's Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament (CBS) Choir and Orchestra observed Easter 2018 with numerous events. On Good Friday 30 March 8.00pm they presented St John Passion...

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Waikato Notes

For your enlightenment, read this inspiring issue of Waikato Notes.


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