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KIPC – Michael Houstoun

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7.30pm

Friday, 16th March 2018

Venue:  John Dalton Theatre

Tickets:  $40.00 Adults; $36.00 KIPC Friends (avail. ONLY at the Box Office); $20.00 Students (18 yrs & under)

Duration:  Two 40 minute halves with a 20 minute interval

 

 

 

 

Kerikeri International Piano Competition

presents:

MICHAEL HOUSTOUN

‘The KIPC Patron’s Concert’

 

This is a special opportunity to hear New Zealand’s most distinguished concert pianist and KIPC Patron Michael Houstoun in concert.

Michael is generously donating his performance fee and other costs to KIPC 2018 so that income from ticket sales will go into the funding pool for the September Competition

 

His recital programme:

 

W.A. Mozart Sonata in A minor, K. 310
F. Chopin Nocturne in F, Op. 15 No. 1
  Impromptu No. 1 in A flat, Op. 29
  Ballade No. 1 in G minor, Op. 23
Interval
J.S. Bach English Suite No. 2 in A minor, BWV807
F. Liszt Concert etude in D flat, ‘Un sospiro’
  Polonaise No. 2 in E

 

Fund raising raffle

There will also be a special raffle for a lunch for two at the glorious Kauri Cliffs, Matauri Bay.

 

Visit:  http://www.kipc.org.nz/

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Auckland University Kohia Centre

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9.30am-3.30pm, Friday 16 February 2018 (Y1 Teachers Start Date)

9.30am-3.30pm, Friday 23 February 2018 (Y2 Teachers Start Date)

Cost:  Y1 – $590.00; Y2 $420.00 each

 

 

 

 

Year One Provisionally Certificated Teachers Programme

- Yrs 0-8 – Course Code KXPCTKK1

This programme is open to all teachers who seek to inquire into practice that improves outcomes for all students.  A mentor facilitator will guide participants through a process of inquiry to support practice in schools. The sessions will be responsive to the needs of teachers and may be differentiated within the group. Some sessions will draw on the expertise of others to provide focussed professional learning sessions

Friday, 16 February 18 – 9.30am-3.30pm

Friday, 23 March 18 – 9.30am-3.30pm

Friday, 25 May 18 – 9.30am-3.30pm

Friday, 3 August 18 – 9.30am-3.30pm

Friday, 14 September 18 – 9.30am-3.30pm

Friday, 9 November 18 – 9.30am-3.30pm

The 6 sessions programme will include:

•collaborative problem solving and celebration of teaching experiences.

•a new phase of inquiry. Different models of the teaching inquiry cycle will be acknowledged with mentors ensuring that the underlying principles of inquiry are understood.

•follow-up inquiry informed from previous sessions.

•reflection time where participants reflect on personal practice and create content for appraisals and portfolios of evidence.

•knowledge building of curriculum and effective teaching pedagogies.

•culturally responsive practices.

Year Two Provisionally Certified Teachers Programme

- Yrs 0-8 – Course Code KXPCTKKY2

This programme is open to all teachers who seek to inquire into practice that improves outcomes for all studentsA mentor facilitator will guide participants through a process of inquiry to support practice in schools. The sessions will be responsive to the needs of teachers and may be differentiated within the group. Some sessions will draw on the expertise of others to provide focussed professional learning sessions.

Friday, 23 February 18 – 9.30am-3.30pm

Friday, 4 May 18 – 9.30am-3.30pm

Friday, 15 June 18 – 9.30am-3.30pm

Friday, 17 August 18 – 9.30am-3.30pm

Friday, 26 October 18 – 9.30am-3.30pm

The 5 sessions programme will include

•collaborative problem solving and celebration of teaching experiences.

•a new phase of inquiry. Different models of the teaching inquiry cycle will be acknowledged with mentors ensuring that the underlying principles of inquiry are understood.

•follow-up inquiry informed from previous sessions.

•reflection time where participants reflect on personal practice and create content for appraisals and portfolios of evidence.

•knowledge building of curriculum and effective teaching pedagogies.

•culturally responsive practices.

 

To register visit: http://www.kohia.auckland.ac.nz/en/kohia/courses.html

 

Enquiries:  kohia@auckland.ac.nz

 

Art Exhibition – ‘Alchemy’

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5.30pm-7.30pm, Wednesday 17th January (Opening Function)

9.00am-4.00pm daily (phone first to avoid clashes)

Wednesday, 17th January through end March 2018

Venue:  New World Theatre Bar

FREE ADMISSION

 

 

 

 

 

‘Alchemy’

by Lee Brogan

 

Limited Edition Archival Digital Prints,

Collage, Screenprint and Sculpture

 

“a seemingly magical process of transformation, creation, or combination”

 

This exhibition is a retrospective of work created in various media which reflect the idea of “alchemy”- where a base substance is transformed or combined to create something new. 

 

With collage works this is an obvious process as existing material from books, magazines, newspapers etc is used to create new often surreal imagery, unrelated to the original source. In a further transformation, the collages themselves are again transformed to screen print.

 

The making of glass itself is an alchemical process where sand is heated with oxides transforming the material to glass which is again transformed by the casting process into whatever the maker can imagine and create.

 

The large scale digital prints represent the transformation from one state to another and from one substance to another – but in this case the transformation is an illusion via abstraction.  Through altered and enhanced imagery we can slip sideways into a parallel universe, closely aligned to our own, but where the microcosm becomes the macrocosm and vice versa. We are never really sure what we are seeing so the imagination searches for meaning in the abstract. Macrocosm and microcosm refers to a vision of cosmos where the part (microcosm) reflects the whole (macrocosm) and vice versa. These works are deliberately ambiguous, water could be stone, stone could be water, ice, mist, ocean.

 

Click here to view Savvy Magazine feature

 

Click here to view NZ Herald feature

 

 

Note:  An Opening Function will be held from 5.30pm-7.30pm on Wednesday, 17th February 2018 – ALL WELCOME

 

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Aroha Music Society – Behn String Quartet

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7.30pm

Saturday, 14th April 2018

Venue:  New World Theatre Bar

Tickets:  $30.00 Adults;

$25.00 Friend of Aroha Music Society (avail ONLY at the Box Office);

FREE 18 yrs & under (avail ONLY at the Box Office)

 

 

 

 

Aroha Music Society

presents:

Behn String Quartet

 

Rising talent/fresh/new voices of the string quartet

 

Aroha Music Society presents Behn String Quartet in association with Chamber Music New Zealand. 

 

The Behn Quartet is formed of players from England, the Netherlands, New Zealand, and Wales.   Lydia Abell is the violist, Ghislaine McMullin is currently playing on a c.1760 Gagliano cello, Alicia Berendse has a 1775 Thomas Carcassi violin, and Kate Oswin plays on a 1780 Gagliano violin – all kindly lent to them by the Royal Academy of Music as holders of the CAVATINA Chamber Music Fellowship there.

 

These young women have been earning rave reviews since they formed only two years ago and violinist, Christchurch-born Kate Oswin, brings the string quartet home to perform a programme of chamber music favourites. The folk song influences in Dvorak’s, ‘American’ quartet ensure it is one of the most loved in the repertoire, while the classical restraint of Ravel’s String Quartet in F major reveals devastating depths of emotion.

 

Click here to preview to Behn Quartet playing Ravel

 

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Kerikeri Theatre Company – Auditions

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2.30pm-4.30pm

Sunday, 4th February 2018

Venue:  Plaza

FREE ADMISSION

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kerikeri Theatre Company – AUDITIONS

Billy Goes to War

 

As a commemoration of the last year of the 1914-18 War, the Kerikeri Theatre Company is staging the acclaimed WW1 drama Billy Goes to War, on the eve of Anzac Day, next April.

 

The production follows the wartime journey of young Kiwi soldier Billy Smith from the disaster of Gallipoli to the muddy, bloody trenches of the Western Front. It tells of the nurses who braved the casualty stations, the life of the families back home, and the progress of the war through the nations involved.

 

All this, accompanied by famous wartime songs.

 

The Theatre Company already has a strong ensemble of actors for this show, but because of its special nature we’re looking for new people to join the cast, as young soldiers, nurses, civilians, and family members.

 

Auditions will be at the Turner Centre on Sunday February 4 at 2.30pm.

 

Performances will be at the end of April next year.

 

If you want to find out more you can contact David Crewe, the writer/director, on my email endeavour.crewe@gmail.com or phone 022 0322 898.

 

View Promo:  https://youtu.be/adNzASRs6CE

 

 

 

 

NZSO – Classical Hits

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7.30pm

Saturday, 8 September 2018

Venue:  John Dalton Theatre

Tickets: Please refer table below

 

 

 

 

 

NZSO

Present:

CLASSICAL HITS

 

SCHUBERT
Symphony No. 8 in B minor, D.759, ‘Unfinished’
TCHAIKOVSKY
Variations on a Rococo Theme, Op. 33
GILLIAN WHITEHEAD
Turanga-nui (World Premiere)
DEBUSSY
Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune
TCHAIKOVSKY
Romeo and Juliet Fantasy Overture

NZSO Newsletter Tile 120 x 90 _0014NZSO Associate Conductor Hamish McKeich leads the orchestra on a country-wide tour, presenting a Classical Hits programme for the whole family.

Gillian Whitehead completes our series of commissions to acknowledge the future landfall celebrations.

NZSO’s Andrew Joyce features as soloist in Tchaikovsky’s Variations on a Rococo Theme – Tchaikovsky’s most famous piece for cello.

Schubert’s ‘Unfinished’ Symphony – which combines romantic, lyrical impulses with dark melancholic undertones – is instantly recognisable.

We also feature Debussy’s Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune and Tchaikovsky’s Romeo and Juliet, two works that never lose their power to bewitch audiences.

Visit:  https://www.nzso.co.nz/concerts-and-tickets/season-2018-concerts/classical-hits/

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Adult (A Reserve)

$43.00

Adult (B Reserve)

$38.00

Senior 65+ (A Reserve)

$37.40

Senior 65+ (B Reserve)

$33.00

Students 18 & under (A Reserve)

$35.00

Students 18 & under (B Reserve)

$15.00

Groups 4+ (A Reserve)

$36.50

Groups 4+ (B Reserve)

$32.30

 

 

 

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Royal New Zealand Ballet

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6.30pm-8.00pm

Wednesday, 12 December 2018

Venue:  John Dalton Theatre

Duration:  1.5 hours (incl. Interval)

Ticket prices:  Please refer table below

 

 

 

 

Royal New Zealand Ballet

Tutus on Tour 2018

 

The Royal New Zealand Ballet’s much-loved regional touring programme continues in 2018. Supported by Ryman Healthcare, Tutus on Tour brings dancers from the RNZB into seven regional centres including Kerikeri, with performances tailor-made for smaller venues, and suitable for all ages.

This is a fantastic opportunity to see your critically-acclaimed national ballet company performing highlights from their extensive repertoire, including classical and contemporary favourites and new works.  

 

RNZB Artistic Director Patricia Barker is honoured to lead the company as the second female director in its history. “My vision is for the Royal New Zealand Ballet is to be celebrated for commissioning works by the brightest young choreographers, while meticulously maintaining the highest standards of traditional classics. The RNZB will continue to embody the elegance, grandeur, grace and strength that I have already seen in New Zealand’s landscapes and the people that I have met. We are a cultural ambassador and an important artistic export, sharing the spirit and creativity of our country at home and beyond our borders.”

 

Programme details for the Kerikeri performance will be announced early 2018. 

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The Air Force on Tour

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7.00pm-9.00pm

Wednesday, 21 February 2018

Venue:  John Dalton Theatre

Tickets:  $30.00 Adults; $27.00 Senior Citz; $5.00 Students (18 & under)

Duration:  2 hours (incl. interval)

 

 

 

 

 

The Air Force on Tour

 

The Royal New Zealand Air Force Band is coming to a town near you!  Renowned for its electric and stunning performances, “The Air Force on Tour” will take audiences on a wild ride of musical styles: from military classics to popular show tunes.  You’ll hear everything from Mozart to John Williams and even the King of Pop; Michael Jackson!  Soloists will include recent QSM recipient Murray Mansfield on bagpipes, the thrilling Drum Line and legendary vocalist Lisa Tomlins.  

The band recently celebrated its 80th anniversary, and is often heard welcoming dignitaries at Government House, or providing music for commemorations at Pukeahu National War Memorial Park. It performed at the sold-out 2016 Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo, and most recently to a near capacity The Air Force in Concert at the St. James Theatre in Wellington.  Don’t miss the opportunity to witness the excitement of a full-sized symphonic band in concert!

Preview:  https://www.facebook.com/nzairforceband/videos/10154881716580770/

 

 

 

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Antiques & Collectables Fair

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10.00am-5.00pm, Friday 29 December 2017

10.00am-4.00pm, Saturday 30 December 2017

Venue:  Downstairs

Entry by Gold Coin Donation

 

 

 

 

 

We will be hosting a travelling group of Antique Dealers who put on shows around New Zealand, this will be their 3rd annual fair at the Turner Centre at Kerikeri after their very successful initial show last January.

There will be an extensive range of Antiques, collectables and curios on offer for sale including China, Glassware, Linen, Jewellery, a small amount of furniture, quirky collectables including tools etc. and the dealers will also be available to purchase items that people may wish to sell.

 All donations at the door will be donated to Altzheimers Northland.

 

Jazz Club Anniversary Ball

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7.00pm-11.00pm

Saturday, 9th December 2017

Venue:  Plaza

Tickets:  $49.00 each

 

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT:  

Tickets include a sumptuous buffet by chef Colin Ashton of Food at Wharepuke

 

 

 

The Turner Centre Jazz Club

Presents in the Plaza:

THE BASIN CITY BIG BAND

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The Basin City Big Band
is an 18 piece orchestra playing hits from the 40s’ 50s’ and 60s’ including tunes from Glen Miller, and Ella Fitzgerald, through to the more modern singers’ repertoires of Robbie Williams and Michael Buble.  The band will swing with four vocalists entertaining you with songs you will love. You may want to watch and listen… or you can get up and dance!
 
The vocalists are; Chris Townshend, Cat Green, Tanya Maich and a special guest appearance by Makareta Umbers.
 

Chris Townshend – combines his powerful vocals and theatrical experience to give you a night of music that will keep you on your feet.  A soloist for Whangarei’s Opera North, he has been vocally trained by the legendary Joan Kennaway.  You may have seen him on stage as the lead male in Whangarei’s Mamma Mia and Miss Saigon. Be ready for a vast repertoire from artists including Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole, Michael Buble, Robbie Williams, Dean Martin, Tom Jones and more.
 

Cat Green - After gaining a diploma in performing arts, Cat moved to NZ from the UK in 2005, and has been appearing on the stage in Whangarei ever since her first role in ‘Cabaret’ back in 2007. Performing in Mamma Mia as ‘Sophie’ earlier this year was Cat’s second major role in a musical to date, after playing Roxie Hart in Whangarei Theatre Company’s ‘Chicago’ in 2014, in which she received a NAPTA nomination for best actress in a leading role. Cat joined the Basin City Big Band as vocalist earlier this year and will be singing classics like ‘All That Jazz’ and ‘Baby It’s Cold Outside’
 

Tanya Maich - Tanya first started singing with the Basin City Big Band when she was 18 years old. She loves singing and has been building up her repertoire and skill with Jazz standards. She loves being a part of a big band and enjoys the connection with the audience. Tanya will be performing a wide range of songs including Ella Fitzgerald’s ‘Tisket a Tasket,’ and the Barbra Streisand hits ‘Evergreen’ and ‘The Way We Were.’
 

Makareta Umbers - Northland singer/songwriter/percussionist/actor/performing arts tutor, with a passion for mentoring talented youth. Margaret Umbers (Makareta) has performed throughout Australasia in film, television, theatre and a countless variety of music groups. Velvet-voiced and a consummate entertainer, she sings swing, bossa, blues, ballads, waiata and soul. She is also a self confessed ukulele addict. Her original jazz album ‘Love on a Swing’ was released in 2014. We experienced her polished, velvet voice at our Jazz club earlier this year with her own band ‘Blue Pearl.’

 

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: 

 
A delicious buffet dinner is included by Chef Colin Ashton of Food at Wharepuke.

 

Come along in either 20s-60s costume or formal attire.  This will be a night to remember!

 
 
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Michael Jackson HIStory Show

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8.00pm

Monday, 12 February 2018

Venue:  John Dalton Theatre

Tickets:  $59.00 Adults; $30.00 (18 & under); $54.00 Groups 6+

Duration: 2.5 hrs (incl. interval)

 

 

 

 

 

Showtime 

presents:

The Michael Jackson HIStory Show

 

Showtime Australia presents this spectacular music tribute and full-scale stage production honouring the one and only King of Pop, Michael Jackson. Celebrate Jackson’s creative genius and unsurpassed talent with riveting live performances spanning his early days as a member of the Jackson 5, his groundbreaking theatrics in the 80s and his continued domination of Pop culture into the 21st century.

Songs include Thriller, Billie Jean, Smooth Criminal, Bad, Beat It, ABC, Don’t Stop Til You Get Enough, Human Nature, PYT, They Don’t Really Care About Us and many more.

Get the full Michael Jackson concert experience with accomplished impersonator Dantanio – electrifying in his role as Jackson – plus a live band, choreographed dancers, authentic costumes, state-of-the-art sound and theatrical lighting, vision and strobe and smoke effects. Truly a mind-blowing stage production – do not miss it!

Visit:

Website:  http://www.mjhistoryshow.com/

Promo Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oVXzyaHGft8Show

Facebook:  http://www.facebook.com/MichaelJacksonHIStoryShow

Instagram: MJHistoryShow

Twitter: @Dantanio

Tag: #mjhistoryshow

 

 

 

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Kevin Bloody Wilson

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8:00pm

Monday, 26th February 2018

Venue:  John Dalton Theatre

Tickets:  $59.90 each

R18

Duration:  2.5 hours (incl. interval)

 

 

 

 

 

Kevin Bloody Wilson

Almost Awesome Tour

 

With Special Guest Jenny Talia from Australia

 

The outrageously funny KEVIN BLOODY WILSON returns to New Zealand with his “Almost Awesome Tour” in February featuring special guest artist, Jenny Talia from Australia.

The Kevin Bloody Wilson show is not just a concert, for many it’s a full-on special event providing the chance to laugh and sing along again with an hilariously familiar friend, while for others it’s the opportunity to put a tick against “see Australia’s most unique international comedy legend” on their Bucket Lists.

Since releasing his first hugely popular album “Your Average Australian Yobbo” in 1984 and hit songs like “Hey Santa Claus”, Kevin has become a comedy institution around the globe, with so many of his songs from over 21 gold and platinum albums of politically incorrect musical humour becoming the soundtrack to many childhoods.  He’s irrepressible and irreverent but guaranteed to make you laugh with his unique brand of humour.  Two and a half hours of side splitting humour has to be the best value laugh in town and a must-see for anyone wanting to see absolute original Australian comedy.

Note:  Show restricted to 18 yrs and over.  Contains adult themes –  music, comedy involving sexual references.

 

 

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Kerikeri Quilters Exhibition

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10.00am-4.00pm daily

Thursday, 19th October – Saturday, 21st October 2017

Venue:  Downstairs

Entry:  $2.00 each; Children accompanied by an Adult FREE

 

 

 

 

 

Kerikeri Quilters Club is a live and active group in Kerikeri.  Their Committee organise regular monthly meetings to share ideas, new techniques and inspiration from other members or guest speakers.

 

Their members also have access to a library of quilting books and magazines and special quilting tools. Twice yearly, they hold quilting ‘retreats’ at nearby Lonsdale Park, where members can be in a quilters paradise for a weekend of continuous quilting without any interruptions, except the pleasant hum of other quilters working and chatting.

 

From time to time they embark on ‘community quilting’ projects and exhibitions, where members create a quilt to be raffled to raise funds along with exhibition proceeds to benefit community organisations.  Last year they donated $2,000 to Hospice.  They also make and donate quilts to other charities, including children’s quilts to Women’s Refuge.

 

 

At this exhibition there will be quilt sales, merchants tables and raffle tickets for sale, with raffle proceeds going to the Northland Emergency Services Trust and the Tourettes Charity.

 

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Enquiries:  contact Judy Ramsy email: judyramsey43@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

Excite Impact

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6.30pm (doors open at 5.45pm)

Saturday, 30th September 2017

Venue:  Plaza

FREE ADMISSION

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EXCITE IMPACT

WITH SPECIAL GUEST PASTOR TRENT MEMBREY

 

Impact Northland is happening again on Saturday 30th September.  Doors open at 5.45pm and start time is 6.30pm – 8.00pm.  Its going to be an awesome night with a great line up!

 

Excite have a Rapper all the way from Wellington, along with some freestyle and hiphop dance, and a local kapahaka group.  Trent Membrey from Auckland will be sharing his story, how he came to be free from drugs to live a victorious life.

 

This event is for the youth of Northland and Adults.  Come and join us for an amazing free evening at the Turner Centre.

 

Supper provided.

 

For more info please contact Ruth 021 439650.

 

 

 

 

Impact Youth Night

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5.45pm-8.30pm

Saturday, 11th March 2017

Venue:  Plaza

FREE ADMISSION

Suitable Ages 13+

 

IMPACT is back for 2017 and the team at Excite are kicking off in style! They invite you to the biggest youth night yet! Gather your mates and groups for one epic party! for Ages 13+
Impact is held on Saturday March 11th from 5.45pm till about 8.30pm and contains music, prizes, games, speakers, food and more! And it’s all FREE!

LINEUP:
- IMPACT BAND
- TAMASII TAIKO DRUMMERS
- DAVID WARE FROM HILLSONG
- OWEN POMANA
- GIVEAWAYS
- MUSIC
- FOOD
+ MORE

Pre-Register so you can fly past the doors upon entry, you can register at excite.org.nz/impact (Just scroll down to the form)  Enquiries:  http://excite.org.nz/contact-us/

LIVE Broadcast thanks to Excite TV
www.excite.org.nz/watch

Website: www.excite.co.nz/impact
Instagram: www.instagram.com/excitechurch
Snapchat: excitechurch

Leaders / Parent Information: www.excite.org.nz/impact/info

 

 

 

 

 

The Jazz Club

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Bar Opens 5.30pm-9.30pm

Live Jazz from 6.00pm

Friday, 26th January 2018

Venue:  New World Theatre Bar

Entry $5.00 each

 

 

 

 

 

The Turner Centre Jazz Club presents:

 

‘Organ 3men’

 

featuring Calum Dundas (Lead Guitar)

Sean Martin-Buss (Organ)

David Harris (Drums)

 

Calum Dundas solo smallv2Calum Dundas returns home this summer season after a year spent playing and teaching in Auckland. In 2016 he finished three years studying for his Bachelor of Music in Jazz Performance in Wellington. Originally from Kerikeri, Calum played in rock bands through high school before developing a taste for jazz and the year before his departure to Wellington he played with local jazz band, ‘Thelonious Punk’. In his three years studying he played with various bands around Wellington, performing in small groups and big bands while developing his relationship with the music.

  

On the 26th of January, 2018 he will perform at the Turner Centre’s ‘Jazz Club’ and will be joined by two well accomplished musicians from Auckland who have been taking that city by storm. Calum’s love of playing music consists of many jazz standards from the great American Songbook and tunes by his favourite jazz musicians such as Wes Montgomery, Pat Metheny and Charlie Parker; he also likes to get a little funky.   

 

Joining him once again here in the North will be drummer, David Harris who has been studying for a Bachelor of Music in Jazz Performance at the University of Auckland. David gave an exciting well versed performance when he joined Calum at last January’s ‘Jazz Club.’  We welcome him back. 

 

The sound of the jazz organ will be heard for the first time at the ‘Jazz Club.’ Famous musicians like Jimmy Smith and Jimmy McGriff to name a couple, have been great exponents of the jazz organ and so we are delighted to present their sound played by organist/keyboard musician, Sean Martin-Buss from Auckland.  Sean is a multi-instrumentalist who came burning out of jazz school a while back and has since taken over the music scene in Auckland. He can be seen at well-known venues such as, The Golden Dawn, The Wine Cellar and many more places for lovers of fine music. Along with his talent as an organist and pianist, he is also a composer, saxophonist, and guitarist.  We look forward to witnessing this seriously talented musician right here at our ‘New World Theatre Bar Jazz Club.’

 
Organ 3men, will offer music from Duke Ellington to Charlie Parker and some funk tunes from groove pioneers such as James Brown. They will also add some of their own compositions.

 
A summer’s night of fine music is to be witnessed by all Friday 26th January 2018.

 

Tapas

A delicious variety of tapas will be available for your selection.  

Bar opens on Friday, 26th January 2018 at 5.30pm with Live Jazz from 6.00pm. See you there!

Note:  A reasonable standard of dress is required.

 

 

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DDf Dance Concert

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6.30pm-8.30pm (doors open at 6.00pm – door sales cash only)

Friday, 8th December 2017

Venue:  Plaza

Tickets:  $10.00 each or $35.00 per family (2 Adults/2 Children)

Cash Door Sales ONLY

 

 

 

 

 

 

End of 8-week Workshop Dance Concert

with Special Guests – Diamond Divas Dance Crew

 

 

 

DDF dance studios will have local talented students perform from all over the Far North – Kerikeri/ Taipa (East Coast area)/Whangarei and Kaikohe dance classes. They will be showcasing their end of term dances learnt over the 8 week workshop. Taught by tutors Alannah Curtis, Sarah Barnard, Christelle Alexander and Meja Tubman. The show will also have Diamond Diva Dance crew perform and possibly some other special guest like Northland College students.

Heaps of awesome music and live dance performances, a show not to be missed.

Great live family entertainment for the whole family.

Raffles will be on sale at the concert to win a FREE workshop with DDF dance term 1, 2018 – $2 each or 3 for $5.

DDF dance studio – will have 8 week workshops start again 2018 term 1,2,3 and 4.

DONT MISS OUT!!

To contact DDF dance or find out more information please go to facebook.com/ddfdance

or contact Alannah Curtis on 027 2225574

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Notes:

1)  No person under the influence of alcohol or BYO alcohol will be admitted.

2)

 No filming allowed due to the privacy of our students and the choreography belonging to DDF Dance under the Privacy Act 1993.  If you would like footage please buy a DVD, which you can order at the concert door.  DVDs available to buy of concert – sign up for one at the door – $15 each.  (Apologies for those waiting for dvds we are still in the process of using our new camera with AMAZING footage and quality, thank you for your patience.)

3)  There will be two intervals.

 

SEE YOU THERE!

 

 

 

 

 

Friday Lunchtime Concert

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12.30pm

Friday, 1st December 2017

Venue:  New World Theatre Bar

Suggested donation:  $5.00 each

 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday, 1 December 2017

 

Featuring Roger McClean & Family

 

 

The Lunchtime Concert Series will present Roger McClean and Family.  They are excellent musicians playing a variety of items on instruments:  piano, cello, viol, and violin.  This is an unique united family sharing the various colors of the music we love.

 

Program

 

- Bach Concerto for two violins – 1st mvmt. (2 violins – Lauren & Quin)
- Gavotte by Rameau (violin – Lauren)
- Mozart: Romance (cello – Greta)
- Mozart: Eine Kleine Nachtmusik movements 1, 3 & 4 (string quartet)
- Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy – piano duet (Quin & Roger)
- Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen – (arranged for string quartet)
- Chopin: prelude (cello – Greta)
- Chant triste – Arensky (cello – Greta)
- Tico-Tico – piano duet (Greta & Lauren)
- Adagio from violin concerto in G min – Vivaldi (violin – Quin)
- Bach Italian Concerto  1st mvmt – (arranged for piano quintet)

 

 

 

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Celebrate your wedding or special
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Make our place your place for the day, knowing we’ll do all we can to make it
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style. We put you in touch with experienced local planners and caterers to cover
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piy pg yjr ys fotrvy gpt, yjr nsdom. zog frdrtsyr pmr eoovl yjr g pertd. zip smf
g;sdj str mpy tr. syrf yp.


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