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    MEDIA RELEASE: NZSSC to Help Launch SCAPE 2017 in Christchurch

    It’s a rare opportunity to see one of our national choirs perform outdoors; even more special if it’s part of the opening day celebrations for SCAPE Public Art. Amidst a sea of excited children and their families, the New Zealand Secondary Students Choir will give a vibrant, multicultural performance at the Margaret Mahy Playground, 11am, 7 October.

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    Alumni: Madison Nonoa

    NZSSC class of 2008, Madison Nonoa has just moved to London to study at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in the prestigious Opera Programme. She spoke to us last month about her music career, and what her time in NZSSC gave her.

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    Talking Heads

    With the 2017/18 choir’s third rehearsal course coming up fast, the year is whizzing by. We take a moment to catch up with two Wellington members (and head prefects) about their ups and downs at the July course and NZSSC so far.  Ren-C and Greta are pictured above (centre) with the other two Head Prefects in NZSSC: Takerei Komene (Dilworth) and Ben Sawrey (Aotea College). 

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    MEDIA RELEASE: Award-winning Youth Choirs Perform in Auckland

    From 8-13 July, the 60 members of the New Zealand Secondary Students Choir[] will come together in Auckland for six days of intensive rehearsals and workshops, culminating in a very special concert with their ‘big cousins’ of the choir world, the New Zealand Youth Choir. The concert is a rare opportunity to see two internationally-acclaimed youth choirs performing together.  It will feature the world premiere of a commission from internationally acclaimed Latvian composer, Eriks Esenvalds, performed by both choirs.

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