Andrew Reid, Director of the Royal School of Church Music, world-wide, is pictured Saturday 11 April in the Bishop Monteith Centre of Holy Trinity Cathedral at a dinner in Auckland celebrating his first port of call on a visit to NZ and Australia.
He is giving his keynote address to members. This was an enlightenment about the school’s history, where it is at present and the challenges with which it is dealing, as well as an insight into School and Andrew’s vision for the future.
Giving a welcome is Neil Shroff, Auckland Branch Chairman.
Reading a valedictory for Anne Connolly-Munt is Paul Ellis, President RSCMNZ.
Andrew Reid presented her with a Certificate of Special Service (see picture and details on the Auckland page).
Entertaining the gathering, was Tim Noon, (2nd from left) leading his “V8” vocal ensemble (on this occasion minus two). Tim is Holy trinity Cathedral Director of Music.