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Places available in Cathedral Junior Choir

Places available in Cathedral Junior Choir

The Choristars of Holy Trinity Cathedral, Parnell are seeking new members for 2006. We are looking for singers aged between 9 and 12, preferably with previous singing or instrumental experience. Singers aged 7 and 8 may join as a Choristars Probationer. Choristars sing 2-3 times a term at Cathedral Services and Community Events.

Benefits include: new friendships, exciting repertoire, ear training & sight-reading skills and learning to participate in a team. Rehearsals are held on Sundays from 11:30am – 12:30pm. You do not need to attend the Cathedral to join the Choristars. Children from all backgrounds are welcome.

Recent Choristars achievements include: 2003 recording for TVNZ’s Praise Be, and a Silver Award at the 2004 NZCF Kids Sing Competition.

Applicants are required to undertake a short audition, singing a well-known song and taking simple ear tests. For more information, contact the Conductor, Margaret Hawkes on phone: (09) 521 2396, or by email: To read more about Choristars, visit the Cathedral Website:


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