Waikato

Next Year Plans Already

Thinking ahead, plan to be a singer (or at least be involved in some way) in this January 2023 adventure. Visit this website from time to time to catch-up with more details as they emerge.

Quick Links to S by S & CMQ

For Members only, here are quick links to on-line versions of Sunday by Sunday issue #101 (October 2022) and the September 2022 CMQ. Sunday by Sunday https://rscmadmin.hymnsam.co.uk/ProductRelatedFiles/300383/SbyS101_setting18May.pdf CMQ http://www.rscm.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/CMQSept2022_15Augustrevised.pdf Also a link to the Special Sunday by Sunday issue relating to the sad passing of our beloved liege Q E II. For use of Member […]

Resourcess for Rememberence

The RSCM has provided resources for affiliates and members generally who plan Services and the like to honour our late Patron Queen Elizabeth II. Access to these can be obtained via the RSCM Support Page using the link https://www.rscm.org.uk/the-queen/

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, […]

Service recognised

This item about the immediate past Editor of Waikato Notes, Dr Ray Harlow, and his being presented with a Nicholson Award on 8 December 2021 appears in the March 2022 issue of CMQ

Napier & Hamilton Joined

On the weekend of 10th-11th July, the choir of the Waiapu Cathedral of St John the Evangelist in Napier invited the choir of St Peter’s cathedral Hamilton to join them for a two-choir festival. Led by Anthony Tattersal, DoM and organist at St John’s, Rachael Griffiths-Hughes, DoM at St Peter’s, and Anne Cleaver-Holm, organist at […]

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