Fauré, Finzi and Festive Favourites

Kerikeri Kerikeri
Sun 29 Nov


43 Cobham Road, Kerikeri

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CHILD 18 years and under


Second-Release tickets are valid only for audiences over 100
ADULT Should public gathering restrictions apply on the concert date that limit audiences to 100 or less, this ticket will be deemed invalid and refunded
CHILD 18 years and under - Should public gathering restrictions apply on the concert date that limit audiences to 100 or less, this ticket will be deemed invalid and refunded


Running Time: 2 x 50 minutes
Interval: 20 minute interval


43 Cobham Road, Kerikeri

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Sunday November 29th at 2.30pm
– Auditorium

Bay of Islands Singers
Soprano – Elizabeth Mandeno
Tenor – Michael Burch
Baritone – Jarvis Dams

Guest Orchestra led by Emily Allen
Organ – Michael Bell
Conductor – John Jackets

Programme includes:

Fauré - Requiem
Haydn - Te Deum
Finzi - In Terra Pax – Christmas Scene
Holst - Christmas Day
Adam O - Holy Night
Handel - Zadok the Priest

The first half of the programme is a performance of the ever popular Fauré Requiem, noted for its underlying sense of hope, serenity and peace.

The second half opens with Haydn’s popular setting of the Te Deum followed by music with a Christmas theme: Gerard Finzi’s evocative In Terra Pax – Christmas Scene written in 1956 followed by a setting of Christmas Carols by Gustav Holst, the all-time favourite O Holy Night and ending with that up-lifting Coronation Anthem by Handel – Zadok the Priest

Elizabeth Mandeno has an MA in Advanced Vocal Technique from the Wales International Academy of Voice where she studied with Dennis O’Neill and Nuccia Focile. Elizabeth won the Dame Malvina Major Foundation First Prize at the New Zealand Aria in 2019.

Jarvis Dams was the 2017 Winner of the Dame Malvina Major Foundation first prize at the prestigious New Zealand Arias Competition and winner of the Sydney Eisteddfod Opera Scholarship for 2018. Well-known Kerikeri tenor 

Michael Burch makes a welcome return to complete the trio

Running Time – 2 x 50 minutes with a 20 minute interval

*Second-Release tickets  

Due to the changing Alert Levels and audience restrictions the event organisers have decided to release two ticket types. The first ticket types "ADULT" and "CHILD" are valid for audiences up to 100. This ticketing type has sold out.  
The Second-Release tickets are valid for audience restrictions above 100 people. Should the alert levels change, and audience capacity get restricted, all "Second-Release tickets" will be deemed invalid and will be refunded.