Final Message to Choir Teachers

Dear Choir Teachers – kia ora koutou

Many thanks for all your hard work this year with your choirs. “Fun and Games” was a great success and thankfully we didn’t have any fun and games putting it on – I did think I might have been tempting fate a little bit with that title!

The feedback that we have had has been overwhelmingly positive so thank you all for that and for supporting the festival through these difficult years at the Horncastle ...

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Suggestions for the Massed Choirs

One of the hardest tasks for the Music Team each year is endeavouring to select an overall theme and suitable songs for the Massed Choirs to sing.

Songs selected have to meet at least most of the following criteria:

It is the task of the Festival Music team to sort out a well-balanced programme with songs that fit the above criteria, but we would welcome suggestions as to songs that they should consider when doing so.

We also welcome suggestions for an over-arching ...

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Sister Schools’ Festival – Adelaide

The Christchurch Schools’ Music Festival is establishing a functional relationship with its equivalent festival in Adelaide, “The Festival of Music”.

With its genesis in 1891 as the Thousand Voice Choir, The Festival of Music has been a part of South Australian life and now stands as an official State Icon.

Reaching over 23,000 primary children annually and with singing at its core, the Festival assists schools in reaching out for excellence.

The next Adelaide series will be held between the 13th and 23rd ...

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The Festival sends out messages about when we open/close applications for choirs or Representative Groups, when announcements are made about rehearsals and performances, and anything else that will keep you up-to-date on what is happening in the organisation of this event.

You can have these messages arrive as txt messages to your phone or/and to a Twitter account if you have one.

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