Auckland Welsh Choir presents

Alway Something Sings

Sun 24 Sep

Venue Location

130 Remuera Road, Remuera, Auckland

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CHILD 14 years and under


Running Time: 2 hours

Venue Location

130 Remuera Road, Remuera, Auckland


Group 5+

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The proven restorative and health-giving power of singing is a subject much talked and written about by researchers. Benefits are well-acknowledged by singers in Auckland Welsh Choir and, very appropriately, our upcoming concert at St Luke’s Church will be entitled “Alway Something Sings”.

Contemporary American composer Dan Forrest has written this appealingly apt title piece, which we will perform with with two choirs and five string players. Peka Totara Choir of One Tree Hill College will join Auckland Welsh Choir in the programme, along with successful young music performance graduate and soloist, soprano Bernice Austin, whose parents are both long-time members of Auckland Welsh Choir. With a programme including sacred music, classic part-songs of the English countryside, lieder and even a little vocal jazz, we will present a performance which is sure to provide a pleasant afternoon interlude. At the same time you will be helping us to support the Auckland Restorative Justice Trust, a group which is committed to training more counsellors for its valuable work.

  • Children under 14 are free.
  • Group 5+ discount is available.


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