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TOWER New Zealand Youth Choir 2005-07 intake

Tue, 14 Sep 2004

Auditions - TOWER New Zealand Youth Choir 2005-07 intake


AUDITIONS Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Dunedin December 11-19th 2004

The award-winning TOWER New Zealand Youth Choir will be auditioning for the 2005-07 intake in the second week of December 2004, and we would love you to be involved!

To audition you must be aged between 18 and 25 by the date of the first choir course in February 2005.

TOWER New Zealand Youth Choir recently returned from a successful tour of Europe and Russia, where they achieved highest marks in several categories at the 43rd International Choral Competition in Gorizia, Italy.

Please contact our office for an audition application form, or send an email to 'choirs@nzyc.co.nz' with 'Auditions' in the subject line. Alternatively, you can download the application form from our website, www.youthchoir.org.nz

Contact:

TOWER New Zealand Youth Choir and TOWER Voices New Zealand PO Box 11046, Wellington Ph: +64 4 802 4047 Fax: +64 4 802 4069 Email: choirs@nzyc.co.nz http://www.youthchoir.org.nz

TOWER Voices New Zealand and TOWER New Zealand Youth Choir are funded by Creative New Zealand and sponsored by TOWER Ltd, Clemenger BBDO and Rainbow Print.

We appreciate the use of our correct name, the TOWER New Zealand Youth Choir, in all copy derived from this media release. TOWER needs to be in capitals.

ENDS


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