Give the gift of music – Highlights of 2018
Take a look back at the best moments of 2018
The work of the New Zealand Youth Choir and VOICES NZ inspires thousands, and reaches around the globe – this year alone we travelled to the far reaches of New Zealand, around Europe, and in particular to Le Quesnoy in France for the WWI centenary commemorations. We sang under the geyser in Rotorua, workshopped with local schools, performed with inmates at a South Auckland Women’s prison, performed a new New Zealand commission with The Kings’ Singers, taught a French choir Pokarekare Ana and flash-mobbed at Hamburg Railway Station – and that is only the tip of the iceberg.
Our choirs make many hearts sing and sprinkle that Kiwi charm wherever they go – all possible thanks to our generous supporters. They have helped put New Zealand choral music on the map and are an important part of our country’s musical tradition and future. This coming 2019 will be no exception and preparation is underway for another great year of singing.
Your donation will literally SING in 2019!
We are reaching out to you to help ‘spread your love for choral music’ with a donation of any size. You can choose specific options to direct your donation to something you are particularly passionate about, such as:
* the purchase of new sheet music for our library ($300)
* the recording of concerts ($100)
* supporting a concert or course destination ($1K)
* supporting an individual singer ($200) or voice section, like the tenors ($5K)
* the upkeep of our choir uniforms ($50), or even
* leaving a legacy by helping to commission a brand new New Zealand choral piece ($2K)
Donations of any level are welcome and because we are a registered charity, donations are tax deductible. You could even consider it a Christmas gift!
Whatever you choose, know that your support will go straight to our choirs to nurture young singers and train advanced voices to deliver the excellence and beauty of ensemble singing to New Zealanders and the world.
To find your choice of donation click here.
Thanks a million!
Karen, David, Arne and Emma
Your Choirs Aotearoa New Zealand Team