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Botany and Ormiston Times : Botany and Ormiston Times Thursday April 7 2016
DoyouwanttoadvertiseonthispageintheTimes?Contacteditor@times.co.nz. www.times.co.nz Botany and Ormiston Times, Thursday, April 7, 2016 — 13 JH11145 WINZ Quotes Welcome 33 Wellington St, Howick. Ph 534 4975. www.howicktyres.co.nz Howick Tyres & Alignments Est 1975 Howick Tyres & Alignments Est 1975 Suppliers of EECA Energywise-approved FUEL EFFICIENT TYRES 40 Years keeping Howick families safe on the road! Come in and talk to Mike and his team. BUSTER DEALS! Buster has sniffed out a monster deal on the TYRE range. PROUD SPONSORS OF BELLYFUL EAST AUCKLAND Howick Tyres & Alignments Howick Tyres & Alignments OF BELLYFUL Howick Tyres & Alignments 40 Years safe on the road! Come in safe on the road! Come in and talk to Mike and his team. BUSTER DEALS! BUSTER DEALS! Howick Tyres & Alignments 40 Years safe on the road! Come in safe on the road! Come in and talk to Mike and his team. BUSTER DEALS! BUSTER DEALS! Howick Tyres & Alignments PROUD SPONSORS OF BELLYFUL EAST AUCKLAND MAJOR STOCKIST OF GOODYEAR AND DUNLOP TYRES More than 40 singers from Macleans College will be part of a 100-strong youth choir in a concert with the NZ Pops Orchestra. Twice a year the NZ Pops Foundation Trust Board engages well established and emerging Kiwi talent to share the stage with the orchestra. The seventh concert on April 17 is dubbed ‘Around the World with Tina Cross and more’. The Macleans Girls’ Choir has been rehearsing with 13-18-year- old students, including the Auckland Girls’ Choir, Papatoetoe High School and James Cook High School Choirs and singers from The Valley Studio who together make up the NZ Pops Youth Choir. Macleans College has one of the top school orchestras and concert bands in New Zealand while the Macleans Chorale is considered one of the top 10 choirs in New Zealand and has been a finalist in the nationally contested “Big Sing” for six consecutive years. Over the past decade some of the school’s young musicians have been selected for prestigious awards and projects, including the National Youth Orchestra, the lead role in Mamma Mia, winner of Gold at the ‘Big Sing’ and four gold medals at the KBB Music Festival. NZ Pops is the first and New Zealand’s only ‘Cross Over Orchestra’ aiming to bridge across borders, not only musically but also professionally and socially, seeking to inspire and connect with audiences and participants of varying generations and all backgrounds. The youth choir and orchestra will be conducted by the NZ Pops founder and music and artistic director Rita Paczian. The soloist line-up for the concert comes from diverse musical and cultural backgrounds. It includes New Zealand pop star Tina Cross; international soprano Gina Sanders; contemporary vocalist Anna Hawkins; highly-appraised young New Zealand jazz pianist Nick Dow; and the ‘Life Time Achievement Award’ winner for dynamic fiddling, violinist Marian Burns. They will present music from jazz, pop, and folk and rock, to classical with music by Elton John, Lloyd Webber, Bette Midler, Lehar, Dvorak, Massenet and New Zealand composers. The NZ Pops Orchestra concert is at 5pm on April 17 at Auckland Town Hall, Central Auckland. Tickets are available at www. ticketmaster.co.nz, phone 970-9700 or at the door. More information is at www. newzealandpops.co.nz. POPS CONCERT Around the world Kiwi pop star Tina Cross performs with the NZ Pops Orchestra and Youth Choir at a concert on April 17. Photo supplied wiN TiCkETS The Times has two double passes to give away for the NZ Pops concert. To enter write your name, address and daytime phone number on the back of an envelope and send to NZ Pops Concert Competition, Times Newspapers Limited, PO Box 259-243, Botany, Auckland 2163 or enter online at www.times. co.nz by 12 noon on April 13.
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