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TOWER New Zealand Youth Choir launches website

TOWER New Zealand Youth Choir launches new tour website -

TOWER New Zealand Youth Choir is proud to announce the launch of their new website,, to accompany the beginning of their tour to Eastern Europe in June-July 2004.

The month-long tour will take in festivals and cultural events in Singapore (en route), Slovenia, Italy, Hungary and Russia. In Gorizia, Northern Italy, the choir will once again compete for international honours against the best choirs in the world at the 43rd International Choral Competition – part of the European ‘Grand Prix’ for Choral Singing.

New Zealanders will be able to follow the progress of the choir on tour, with updates and photos from choir members being posted daily. The travel schedule will see them performing concerts in five countries in four weeks, and combine festivals, competitions and experiencing some of the famous musical and historical sites of Europe.

Also on the website, you can see pictures of the choir in action, order cds and check out the upcoming events for future concerts by the TOWER New Zealand Youth Choir.


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