Hastings Choral

Community Organisation

Hastings Choral
St Matthew's Church
King St South
Hastings
379 days ago

Hastings Choral concert, 2 December

Kate Hartland from Hastings Choral

"Animal Antics" – pieces with an animal theme! Featuring the WORLD PREMIERE of ‘A Kiwi Bestiary’ by David Hamilton

Hastings Choral, with choirs from Iona and Hereworth schools, and guest instrumentalists.

Sunday 2 December 2018 at 4pm; St Matthew's Church, King St, Hastings.
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"Animal Antics" – pieces with an animal theme! Featuring the WORLD PREMIERE of ‘A Kiwi Bestiary’ by David Hamilton

Hastings Choral, with choirs from Iona and Hereworth schools, and guest instrumentalists.

Sunday 2 December 2018 at 4pm; St Matthew's Church, King St, Hastings.

Tickets available on the door: $25, or $5 for school students.

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603 days ago

Hastings Choral concert: 22 April

Kate Hartland from Hastings Choral

The next Hastings Choral Concert takes place on Sunday 22 April 2018 at 2 pm, in St Matthew's Church, King St, Hastings.

Haydn’s “Passion” – “The Seven Last Words of Christ”. Directed by Joe Christensen with guest soloists (including "Confetti") and instrumentalists.
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The next Hastings Choral Concert takes place on Sunday 22 April 2018 at 2 pm, in St Matthew's Church, King St, Hastings.

Haydn’s “Passion” – “The Seven Last Words of Christ”. Directed by Joe Christensen with guest soloists (including "Confetti") and instrumentalists.

Door Sales $25 (School Students $5). Advance Tickets available from Choir members - via our Facebook page or email hastingschoral@gmail.com.

869 days ago

Concert: Faith, Folk & Fancies (Hastings Choral), Saturday 19 August

Kate Hartland from Hastings Choral

This concert – "Faith, Folk & Fancies" - is a joint venture between Hastings Choral and Taupō Choral Society, featuring a selection of songs from around the world.

Saturday 19 August 2017, at 2.00 pm in the Havelock North Function Centre
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Tickets must be bought in advance … View more
This concert – "Faith, Folk & Fancies" - is a joint venture between Hastings Choral and Taupō Choral Society, featuring a selection of songs from around the world.

Saturday 19 August 2017, at 2.00 pm in the Havelock North Function Centre
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Tickets must be bought in advance (no door sales): available from Choir members; by telephone 06 650 5887; via our Facebook page; or email hastingschoral@gmail.com. The ticket price of $25 includes a catered afternoon tea.

Hope to see you there!

995 days ago

Hawke's Bay SingFest: Saturday 1 April, 10 am, Hastings Baptist Church

Kate Hartland from Hastings Choral

More than 200 singers from 6 local choirs will meet in Hastings Baptist Church (300 Karamu Road), for a day of singing and sharing. Music commentator for the event is Christine Argyle, Radio New Zealand Concert presenter.

Choirs will perform individually during morning and afternoon sessions … View more
More than 200 singers from 6 local choirs will meet in Hastings Baptist Church (300 Karamu Road), for a day of singing and sharing. Music commentator for the event is Christine Argyle, Radio New Zealand Concert presenter.

Choirs will perform individually during morning and afternoon sessions (with a break for lunch); the day’s programme will start at 10 am and conclude at around 3:00 pm with a combined piece by all participants, directed by Ms Argyle.

Entry just $5, payable at the door. Everyone welcome - it promises to be a great occasion with music for all tastes!

1107 days ago

"Fantasias for Christmas" - a concert of seasonal music

Kate Hartland from Hastings Choral

Hastings Choral is joined by guest soloists for this concert of music and carols for the festive season. Sunday 4 December 2016 at 2pm; St Matthew's Church, King St, Hastings.
Tickets available on the door: $25, or $5 for school students.
The programme includes carol medleys for soloists … View more
Hastings Choral is joined by guest soloists for this concert of music and carols for the festive season. Sunday 4 December 2016 at 2pm; St Matthew's Church, King St, Hastings.
Tickets available on the door: $25, or $5 for school students.
The programme includes carol medleys for soloists and choir, plus favourite and less well known carols.
Rhonda Browne, renowned mezzo-soprano based in the UK, grew up in Hawke's Bay and sang at St Columba's and Havelock North High school as a child. Richard Harris is familiar to audiences locally and across the North Island - he remains involved in the choir at St John’s Cathedral, Napier.
Do join us!

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