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31 Jul 2019
The next Advance Ticket deadline for the 12th World Symposium on Choral Music (WSCM2020) is 31 December 2019. Early Bird tickets closed mid-August and the event organisers were thrilled with the...
30 Jul 2019
Last month, 85 of New Zealand’s choral directors came together in Wellington to exchange ideas and develop their art at the NZCF Association of Choral Directors’ biennial Choral Connect...
30 Jul 2019
Auckland Youth Choir’s 38-voice chamber choir spent six days in Sydney last month at the Australian International Music Festival alongside groups from Australia, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore,...
30 Jul 2019
Two young New Zealand singers, Charlotte Leigh and Melissa Tsoi, were honoured to be selected for the 2019 Asia Pacific Youth Choir. They recently returned from performances in Hong Kong at the Asia...
25 Jul 2019
Megan Flint of Taupo is the Commentator for the NZCF Manawatu-Whanganui The Kids Sing Festival, Prince Edward Auditorium, Wanganui Collegiate, Thursday 29 August. Two Intermediate School choirs and...
22 Jul 2019
NZCF presents the Christchurch SingFest 19 weekend to be held late in August. A number of community choirs will be holding short performances at venues throughout the inner city over the weekend of...
05 Jul 2019
The World Symposium on Choral Music 2020 is pleased to invite applications from NZCF-registered choirs to participate in its Surround Sounds programme. Surround Sounds, a fringe festival...
04 Jul 2019
We’re counting down now to Choral Connect ’19 and are excited by the great range of presentations, masterclasses and concerts on offer! If you can’t come for the whole conference, it’s still...
04 Jul 2019
We’re enormously grateful to our national sponsors, Tour Time, for their ongoing, generous support of The Big Sing, both at regional level, at Finale, and now this year at our three Cadenza...
03 Jul 2019
This year the Palmerston North Choral Society is celebrating 100 years of singing. Other choirs had ‘come and gone’ in earlier times but it was in 1919, that Mr John Holmes Runnicles conducted a...








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