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New Zealand Male Choir - ADF20

New Zealand Male Choir - ADF20

After rave reviews in 2019 the New Zealand Male Choir are back! Spend an afternoon enjoying Art Deco and choral classics in Hawkes Bay’s finest choral acoustic venue, the Waiapu Cathedral of St John.

This year’s concert will continue our tradition of music from shows, favourites from last century, the odd Opera classic and will feature "A New Sky" by renowned NZ composer Philip Norman. "A New Sky" traces the rise of European contact from 1773, through the gold rush days and into mid last century.

Regarded as one of the finest choirs in NZ with members who come from throughout the country, expect to be thrilled with quality singing of a wide range of pieces. They will be joined by Cantare singing acapella favourites.

Phone: 0508 484 253

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Saturday 22 February, 4:00pm to 5:30pm


Restrictions: All Ages

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Phone: 0508 484 253


Waiapu Cathedral of St John the Evangelist, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne
28 Browning St, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

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