Sheona White in Concert

Sat 22 July 7pm
Te Whaea: National Dance and Drama Centre, Wellington
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Chris Clark Conductor
Sheona White Tenor Horn Soloist

Praised as "The voice of the Tenor Horn" Sheona White joins Wellington Brass as guest soloist. White has bought the tenor horn to the international stage, with an illustrious solo career. She has regularly been invited as a guest soloist throughout Europe and worldwide, including visits and tours to Norway, Denmark, Belgium, Holland, Australia, New Zealand, Japan and USA.

"Her sound and artistry are the hallmark of her terrific talent"
Dr. Nicholas J. Childs, Musical Director Black Dyke Band.

Over the last decade White has proudly been at the forefront of developing new repertoire for the Tenor Horn, including music by Philip Sparke, Kenneth Downie, Peter Graham and Derek Bourgeois.

White is a former Principal Horn of the famous Black Dyke Band and currently holds the position of Principal Horn with the world famous Brighouse and Rastrick Brass Band.

 

 

 

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Sacred Heart Cathedral
Bach Choir - Peter de Blois


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Musical Director: David Bremner.  Wairarapa Singers: Angie Cook
An Armistice Day commemoration service with the Wairarapa Singers.
A Mass for Peace, The Armed Man is a powerful and compelling choral account of descent into, and the terrible consequences of war. Commissioned for the millenium by Britain's Royal Armouries Museum, and written by Welsh composer Karl Jenkins.
In our last performance for 2016, we  perform adaptions of this compelling dedication for band and choir. 


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Te Whaea National Dance and Drama Centre
Musical Director: David Bremner
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Ngaio Band Room
Musical Director: David Bremner
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Musical Director: David Bremner
Bass Trombone Soloist: Shannon Pittaway
St. Johns in the City
Featuring music of NZ, and the Paul Sarcich Concerto for Bass Trombone (NZ Premiere)