All posts by: Robert Tait

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A Day of Musical Magic

Hooray, after Covid-19 etc disruptions, at last it is possible to conduct the RSCMNZ Choir School in 2022 catering especially for younger choristers. See the poster below for contact information so you can get the full details.

RSCM Honours NZers

Two New Zealand RSCM leading musicians have been honoured by RSCM HQ. The announcement was made in the June 2022 Church Music Quarterly (CMQ) [pages 26 & 27]. David Brookes, Chairman of the Waikato Branch, gained an Associateship (ARSCM) for his long-time outstanding services to the RSCMNZ from his role in the RSCMNZ Inc Council, […]

Opportunity for Members

Monday 30 May 2022 starting 5.30pm was the opportunity for Otago & Southland Branch Members to get together at St Paul’s Cathedral Chapter Room for what proved to be a stirring meeting. Read the formal RSCM Otago & Southland Branch AGM notice below. The Annual General Meeting of The Royal School of Church Music (Otago […]

Wellington continues strong

RSCM Wellington Branch at its 13 March 2022 AGM endorsed the sterling work of the Branch Committee by re-electing the current Office-Bearers: Rev’d Alison as Chairman and Branch Chaplain, Jeff Lee as Treasurer, Michael Leach as Secretary, together with committee members, David Trott, Roy Tankersley, Jonathan Berkahn, and Michael Fletcher. Outside the committee National Librarian […]

Getting Ready for Queen’s Jubilee

The images explained (Left to Right, Top to Bottom): The PENTAGON designed by our Herald of Arms, Phillip O’Shea forms the 70th Jubilee Emblem: the background of red and white patterns (or poutama) are similar to those appearing on flax weaving and also the ribbons for some Honorary awards. Te Hokotoru Manoahuru translates informally to […]