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Auckland /Regional contacts

Regional contacts in the Auckland region

Welcome to the Auckland regional pages - we hope that you will enjoy exploring our regional website. The Auckland region comprises 70 choirs and 130 individual members from the wider metropolitan Auckland area and Northland. Read about the many opportunities to be involved in NZCF Auckland events or concerts from members choirs - details below. Looking for information about our member choirs or need to contact a committee member? Please click on the email address or link. The Auckland region has compiled a list of accompanists for choirs and these can be accessed through the NZCF's home page resources/accompanists. NZCF Auckland Newsletter The NZCF Auckland newsletter is published 3-4 times per year (ordinarily in March, June, September and December) and circulated to the Auckland region’s membership database. We are always interested in what local choirs have been up to, so please get in touch with your choir news. Short tour and concert reports may also be submitted to be considered for publication. Submissions can be emailed to: nzcfaklnewseditor@gmail.com If you're wanting to advertise your choir's upcoming concert to our membership database, we can also help with this for a $25 fee. Advertisements can either be placed in a newsletter or circulated directly to our members via email (the latter is often a better option as the timing of the newsletters may not coincide with your concert date!) If your choir has a Facebook presence and has paid for an advertisement to our database, we are also happy to share the details of your concert via our Facebook page.


Penny Christiansen
021 1487490


Jessica Wells


Committee members:

Penny Christiansen (Chair), Jessica Wells (Secretary), Eveline Harvey (TBS Coordinator), Vanessa Felix, Amelia Giles, Edith Poon-Lai, Rowena Janes-Post, Blake Scanlen, Rachel Young
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