See our feature on Clinton’s time with NZSSC and career development since then.
Millie is a soprano living in Christchurch, where she attends Rangi Ruru Girls’ School. She is heavily involved in the music programme there and sings in the school’s senior choir, Resolutions. She is also a vocalist in a chamber music group and is involved with the school’s musical productions. Along with singing, Millie plays the violin and is in the school’s orchestra.
Originally from the Philippines, Kyla is currently based in Wellington. She goes to Wellington Girls’ College where she is heavily involved in the school’s choral and performing groups. Kyla plays the piano and is also part of the Wellington Filipino Choir, FilCoro.
Helen goes to King’s College in Auckland, and sings in the school chamber choir. She has been singing since primary school in five different school choirs, and plays the cello. In addition to music, Helen enjoys playing water polo and debating.
See our feature on Tecwyn’s career development from NZSSC member to international conductor based in Sweden.
Rosie is a soprano from Blenheim and attends Marlborough Girl’s College as a highly musical and academic student. She is the soprano section leader of MGC’s elite choir, Ovation, the Official Anthem Singer for the Marlborough District Council, and was named Most Outstanding Vocalist at school and at the Marlborough Performing Arts Competitions last year. […]
See our feature on Amelia’s exciting career since her time with NZSSC.
I’m Lydia and I am a student at Sacred Heart Girls’ College in New Plymouth. I sing alto in my school choir and also take private vocal lessons. My favourite thing to do is to sing and I’m so happy to have this experience to extend my knowledge when it comes to singing. I also enjoy playing the piano, cello and guitar.
See our feature on Chris and his role in one of the world’s most internationally renown choirs, The Kings Singers.
Natalie is from Wellington and is Arts Captain at Chilton Saint James where she is heavily involved in all aspects of the performing arts. She has been involved in singing since she was young, especially enjoying choral and musical theatre.
Alanah is from Auckland and goes to Westlake Girls High School where she is leader of the school’s premier choir, Choralation. Alanah has been involved with music since age 3, training in both voice and accordion. As a singer, she has been afforded amazing opportunities such as touring Australia and Italy with the Westlake choirs, and learning under New Zealand’s top vocal consultants. Alanah is grateful to again be a part of the NZSSC, and hopes for a wonderful cycle.
Zach is from Wellington and is currently attending St Patrick’s College. As a multi-instrumentalist and composer, he is very involved in the music scene, from singing in choirs and barbershop quartets to playing in Jazz Trios. As well as choral music, Zach also enjoys listening to Jazz, R&B, and Sea Shanties. Outside of music, he is also involved in public speaking and debating.
Tim is a bass from Hamilton. He’s been singing from a young age and is extremely grateful to be a member of this choir cycle. He sings in multiple school groups and the Hamilton Civic Choir. He hopes to pursue music well into the future and inspire the next generation of young singers.
Casper is a bass from Wellington who attends school at Tawa College where he is a co-leader of the Blue Notes choir. He is involved in school productions, school choirs, and instrumental groups. He also plays bass guitar in a funk band called Good Minute with his friends from school.