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Featuring choral favourites | Handel’s Hallelujah Chorus | Land of Hope and Glory | Beethoven’s Ode To Joy | Jerusalem | and many more! 

Join us to create Auckland’s biggest choir at the Auckland Town Hall and experience the joy of singing.

A free, fun, short afternoon concert where everyone is welcome – no need to worry about your singing ability! Just bring your enthusiasm and your friends for an uplifting singing experience designed to bring Aucklanders together for a truly exhilarating community event.

This 1-hour programme will include popular choral favourites and everyone will be invited to join in and ‘sing along’ with familiar and favourite choral tunes that you’ve heard before, in a relaxed and informal concert.

So join us to sing some of the world’s best-loved choral music – sing for the love of the music, sing with other Aucklanders of all singing abilities blending together. This will be a memorable occasion to sing alongside Auckland Choral!

Choral Favourites Singalong with Auckland Choral!

 

Morag Atchison soprano

Uwe Grodd conductor

 

Sunday 16 February, 5.00pm

Auckland Town Hall

FREE (no need for tickets: just turn up!)

 

Want to sing along? Download the scores here, or just the lyrics here.  

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Who we are: Get to know some of our choir members

  • Pedro Silva

    Picture of Pedro Silva

    I discovered and have fallen in love with choral music while I was in high school in Lisbon. Later I joined Lisboa Cantat, a Lisbon-based symphonic choir for a few years. After coming to New Zealand, in early 2013 I joined Auckland Choral, and I have since been a member of the Bass section. 

    Alongside with choral music, I love motorbike riding, travelling and tramping the beautiful landscapes of New Zealand. Professionally, I work for the Faculty of Engineering, University of Auckland as Director of Faculty Operations.

     
  • Helen Gremillion

    Picture of Helen GremillionHelen Gremillion is a researcher and teacher at Unitec Institute of Technology, and she also heads up research professional development activities for Unitec staff members.  She lives in Mt. Albert with her partner Nigel and daughter Ellie.  She’s been a member of Auckland Choral since 2009.

     
  • Kimberley Harris

    Picture of Kimberley HarrisKimberley joined the choir as a Soprano in January 2015 for Handel's Israel in Egypt. It was a daunting, split choir piece with a short rehearsal period but this didn't scare her away! Kimberley has been singing since before she could talk, her first words were sung, being Old MacDonald's E-I-E-I-O. Kimberley joined the Auckland Girls Choir as a foundation member in 1998 under Leonie Lawson and found she enjoyed Choral Music but left in 2000 as a 13 year old and found enjoyment throughout her high-school years in musical stage performances and often performed singing solos at school assemblies and talent contests. 

    After high-school Kimberley got her first job as a Receptionist in a Print Brokers and has since grown in the industry and is now very happy in her latest role as a Customer Support specialising in Labels. Kimberley has a wonderful daughter Jayda and a very cool and cheeky son, Harris (don't worry! he has his Fathers surname!) who bring her much joy. She grew up in and still resides in the Howick/Pakuranga area. Kimberley also enjoys movies, crystals, philosophical conversations and Karaoke (of course!)

     
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