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Auckland Live presents - Morning Melodies 2018

Auckland Live presents - Morning Melodies 2018

13 November 2017

Auckland Live presents
Morning Melodies
At the Bruce Mason Centre

What could be a better way to start the week than a Monday morning enjoying rousing melodies and beautiful voices?

Make your monthly Monday at the Bruce Mason Centre a regular date when Morning Melodies returns with an all-new programme in 2018.

The popular monthly concerts are taking a break in January but will be back in February with a new look and line-up of show tunes, swing music and songs, as well as easy-listening favorites from some of the best military and vintage bands in New Zealand.

Morning Melodies is the perfect excuse to catch up with friends and family, while enjoying live music, singers and performers on stage at the Bruce Mason Centre.

With tickets priced at just $5 each, which includes light refreshments before each concert, everyone from golden oldies to those with young kiddies can take a break and enjoy a fun and affordable morning out in the heart of Takapuna.

Look out for new additions to the Morning Melodies line-up in 2018, including performances from the cast of the hit musical Mama Mia!, Dixieland jazz swingers the Society Jazzmen, the talented National Youth Theatre Company, and the Morning Melodies songbook – where you choose the tunes!

From 11 December, Morning Melodies patrons can re-subscribe for the 2018 season, and at the same time select their seats from the comfortable new seating options at the BMC and guarantee their favourite spot for the year ahead.
New subscriptions will be available in January 2018, and general public tickets will be on sale from February.

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Morning Melodies 2018

Monday 12 February Kumeu Vintage Brass

Monday 19 March The Royal New Zealand Navy Band

Monday 9 April The stars of Amici & AMT’s Mamma Mia! in concert

Monday 7 May Society Jazzmen

Monday 11 June The Royal New Zealand Navy Band

Monday 9 July National Youth Theatre Company Spotlight

Monday 6 August Morning Melodies songbook – you call the tune!

Monday 10 September The Royal New Zealand Navy Band

Monday 15 October The Band of the Royal Regiment of New Zealand Artillery

Monday 12 November The Royal New Zealand Air Force Base Auckland Band

Monday 10 December The Royal New Zealand Navy Band


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