From the Archives, we are blessed with sounds from the past. RSCMNZ is also blessed with the vast array of talents and contributions nation-wide made by our volunteers. [In this case, thanks are due to the remarkable Waikato Team of Dr Rachael Griffiths-Hughes (immediate past Chairperson), for digitisation, Dr Ray Harlow (Editor of Notes), for […]
Click on the NOTES heading then the download button and you can read the Waikato July 2019 newsletter. (NB: depending on your setup, there should be a small icon bottom left of your browser: once the download is completed, click on this icon to open and read July 2019 NOTES. Hopefully this will help if […]
St Mark’s Remuera is conducting an Evensong Service with Mary Magdalene as the theme Sunday 21 July 2019 commencing 5.00pm. Hymns: Father of lights! One glance of thine (Hereford) Apostle of the Word (Gopsal) Woman, weeping in the garden (Love divine) Introit: Day is dying in the west (words: Mary Lathbury music: William Sherwin) Psalm […]
Saturday 2.00pm to 5.00pm 27 July 2019 at Wesley Methodist Church 100 13th Avenue Tauranga, is an opportunity for singers to rehearse and then perform for an audience 4.00pm.
Sydney inSpires, the forthcoming Winter Choir School 6 to 14 July 2019 is getting nearer. Read the latest (May 2019) Newsclef which includes references to the Sydney Choir School. Go to the Menu bar, International to download it.
Stunning, beautiful, spine – tingling and heart-touching performance of Bach’s St John Passion. Eight pm on Good Friday 19 April 2019 the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament (CBS) Choir and Orchestra gathered in pin-dropping electric silence on the Altar steps at St Mary’s Pro-Cathedral Manchester street Christchurch NZ. The opening wave-like melody line kept the […]
RSCMNZ Canterbury Branch Affiliate Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament (CBS) Choir and Orchestra under the direction of Don Whelan MNZM ARSCM presented on 10 March 2019 at St Mary’s Pro-Cathedral a concert to raise funds for recent refugee arrivals and the Red Cross supporting them. The programme’s unique items included a “Song for Refugees” specially […]