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NORTH SHORE PERFORMING
ARTS SOCIETY (INC)
www.nspas.org.nz
Diamond Jubilee Annual Festival
1954 - 2014
ADULT VOCAL PROGRAMME
THE PUMPHOUSE
Manure Ave
(Lake Pupuke)
TAKAPUNA
Friday 30 May to Monday 2 June 2014
including the
Becroft Aria Final
Monday 2 June at 5.00 pm
Principal sponsors
ASB Community Trust
The PumpHouse
Les and Sonia Andrews Cultural Foundation
David and Genevieve Becroft Foundation
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MESSAGE FROM OUR PATRON
It has been my pleasure over many years as the Society’s Patron to welcome our
entrants from near and far to take part in our annual Festival. This year, 2014, the Society
is celebrating its Diamond Jubilee. This of course is a milestone for us and the committee
are anxious that we can continue to grow. We are the first Competition Society in the
Greater Auckland area to reach this milestone. However, we are comparatively young
when we compare ourselves with our provincial counterparts.
Like most voluntary organisations, the committee needs to be injected with additional
support if we are to continue to move forward. This can only happen if some of our local
supporters become more involved in the Society’s activities. I would like to endorse the
words in our President’s message that we will not be able to continue unless our
committee becomes re-energised with new blood.
Our Society is proud to be able to provide a platform for talent in the performing arts to be
seen and heard in an atmosphere that promotes healthy competition between amateur
performers. The Society’s committee have worked hard to prepare this programme for
our competitors and for the enjoyment of the Society’s supporters.
My very best wishes go to each of you as you compete in your classes. Competitions are
not only about competing, they are also about hearing and seeing others perform,
hearing new music and making new friends. It is an opportunity for you to meet people
with interests similar to yours and to form lasting friendships. Some of you will have
participated in our previous competitions and we thank you for coming back and giving us
the pleasure of seeing you perform once again. I would like to extend a special welcome
to those of you who are new to the North Shore Competitions.
The Society’s committee makes every effort to ensure that your participation in our
classes will be enjoyable for you. In doing so it aims to provide unbiased adjudication by
adjudicators with the highest professional standards. Over the years many of our
competitors have gone on to join orchestras, participate in shows and choirs, perform in
theatre, opera and dance, whilst some have become solo performers both nationally and
internationally.
I would like to thank the business community and individual donors for assisting with
sponsoring our Annual Festival, and our hardworking committee members for their
voluntary time and effort in making these competitions possible each year. I hope that
those of you who are visitors to the North Shore will take the opportunity to explore some
of our recreational facilities and support our local business community.
Wyn Hoadley QSO
Patron, North Shore Performing Arts Society (Inc)
April 2014
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MESSAGE FROM OUR PRESIDENT
It is with great pleasure that the committee of the North Shore Performing Arts Society
presents this year’s Diamond Jubilee programme.
I would like to echo our Patron’s acknowledgement of all our generous sponsors and voluntary
helpers. Without their invaluable support we would not be able to bring this series of programmes
to you. However we are in urgent need of assistance in running our annual competition Festival.
Committees and Convenors are both areas in which we require additional help.
If we are to continue, the committee needs to be re-energised with new blood. Unless this
happens we will not be able to sustain the Festival into the future and this year could well
be our last.
I would like to extend a warm thank you to all the competitors who have sent in their entries, to all the
teachers who have encouraged their students to participate, and to our loyal band of helpers. I hope
that for performers and audience alike the experience will prove both enjoyable and positive.
Programmes for the individual art forms can be viewed on our website www.nspas.org.nz
Alan Reekie
President, North Shore Performing Arts Society (Inc)
April 2014
ADMISSION CHARGES
Morning sessions
Saturday, Sunday & Monday, daily charge
Afternoon and evening Sessions
Friday evening
Saturday and Sunday, single sessions
Saturday and Sunday, afternoon & evening (combined)
Becroft Aria Final
$25
Season ticket
Becroft Final
plus Sat &Sun afternoon and evening sessions
$5
$10
$10
$15
Monday
$40 ($15 discount)
Season tickets are available from the PumpHouse ph 486 2386
or through their website www.pumphouse.co.nz.
For all further details, contact Alan Reekie, Vocal Convenor
ph 410 4086 or [email protected]
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DONATIONS AND GRANTS
The North Shore Performing Arts Society (Inc.) gratefully
acknowledges the following for their continued support in
donating prizes and assisting with our Annual Festival:
Able Music Studio
Les &Sonia Andrews Cultural Foundation
ASB Community Trust
Auckland Opera Forum
Auckland Lieder Group
Rosemary Barnes, MNZM
David & Genevieve Becroft Foundation
Mrs Heidi Bowick
Calibre Solutions Ltd
Mr & Mrs Ken Donnell
Farrell’s Music House Ltd
Alan Graham
Mr Ben Hoadley
Institute of Registered.Music Teachers
(Auckland branch)
Kath Kitney Estate
Mr & Mrs Ian Knight
Lewis Eady Ltd
Linda Wootten Estate
Mr & Mrs K McDiarmid
Mrs Annette Maisey
Estate of Marie & Alan Morris
Music Creations
Music education Centre
MusicWorks
NZ Opera School
North Shore Male Choir
Opera Factory
Piano Traders Ltd
Mrs Jill Quirke
North Shore Masonic Chapter
Mr Alan Reekie
Miss Anne Shanks
Shore Singers Choir
Neilla Street Estate
Mrs S. Taylor
The PumpHouse
Ms Janice Webb
Mr &Mrs J. Webley
Mr Qu Yong
MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION FORM
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Address.....................................................................
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Any person, association or Corporate body interested in the objects of the
Society is eligible for membership, and may become a full member of the
Society upon being elected by the vote of a majority of the Committee.
The subscription for the year ending on 31 December 2014 is $30.00.
Payment can be made at the door or sent to:
The Secretary, NSPAS Inc.
P O Box 33 111
Takapuna , Auckland 0740
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JANICE WEBB, ADJUDICATOR
Originally a school teacher, Janice’s thirty years at the chalkboard were paralleled by her
performance career, which included the making of numerous recordings and broadcasts for
the New Zealand Broadcasting Corporation (now Radio New Zealand) as well as taking lead
roles in operas, operettas, musicals and oratorios throughout the country. However, the
growing successes of her students – including winners of the Mobil (now Lexus) Song Quest
and the New Zealand Herald Aria – saw her leaving the schoolyard and the stage to
concentrate solely on teaching singing. This in turn led to her adjudicating throughout the
country and also teaching at the New Zealand Singing School.
As a singing tutor, Janice’s main focus has always been to develop the voices of her pupils,
but she was also aware of the importance of stagecraft. To give her pupils performance
opportunities she developed the innovative idea of monthly SING concerts. These have
made an invaluable contribution to her student’s tuition, many of whom have gone on to
thriving careers in opera and music theatre both here and overseas. A celebration of over
two decades of SING is taking place in the Bruce Mason Theatre in August this year.
Janice feels very privileged to have been asked to adjudicate this very special Diamond
Jubilee year of the North Shore Performing Arts Society. She so appreciates the opportunity
it gives her to enjoy the wondrous singers of the future. Over the past six decades many of
New Zealand’s foremost singers will have taken to the stage at these very competitions.
ROSEMARY BARNES, OFFICIAL ACCOMPANIST
Rosemary is one of New Zealand’s most respected resident collaborative pianists. Since
returning in 1993 from almost three decades in London, where she was on the Music Staff of
English National Opera and worked on over a dozen recordings for the Opera Rara label,
she has appeared in recital with many of our leading singers (Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, Dame
Malvina Major, Margaret Medlyn, Patricia Wright, Helen Medlyn, Carmel Carroll, Simon
O’Neill, Richard Greager, Barry Mora, Grant Dickson), and with numerous local and
international instrumentalists. She also gives many recitals every year with the younger
generation of performers
Teaching and coaching have always been a large part of Rosemary’s career. In London she
coached young singers and pianists at Morley College and the Royal College of Music,
whilst maintaining her own private studio of professional singers from all over the world.
From 1993-99 she was director of the post-graduate opera diploma at the University of
Auckland. Nowadays she coaches advanced voice students at the University, as well as
coaching the Emerging Artists for New Zealand Opera. Rosemary is music director of Opera
Factory (she has several opera translations to her credit) and adjudicates voice and piano.
In the 2000 Queen’s Birthday Honours she received an MNZM for her services to music.
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GENERAL CONDITIONS FOR COMPETITORS
Please read the conditions carefully- they must be strictly observed!
1 Order of Performance Competitors’ names will appear in the Programme in the
order in which they will compete, unless pre-arranged by the Stage Manager. All
competitors must be in attendance at least 15 minutes prior to the
commencement of the class. Starting times are listed in the Programme. Those not
present when called may, at the discretion of the Stage Manager, forfeit the right to
compete.
2 Stage No person other than officials, performers and stage prop handlers are
permitted in the wings during performances.
3 Music The use of photocopied music on the stage is not permitted.
4 Cameras, Video Cameras & Mobile Phones The taking of photographs with or
without flash is PROHIBITED during a performance. Photographs may be taken of
your own child or student only at either the commencement or conclusion of a
performance. However because of abuse of the privilege, VIDEO RECORDING IS
NOT PERMITTED except for NCEA assessment, when permission from the Vocal
Convenor must be obtained in advance. Written confirmation from the school will be
needed to show that the video is required for the assessment.
5 Prizes Prizes will be awarded at the adjudicator’s discretion. If there are fewer than
four entrants, only the first prize will be awarded. This rule may not apply to
individually sponsored classes. If there is a tie for first place, the adjudicator has the
right to recall both performers to determine a winner. Should a first equal be
awarded, the first and second prize monies will be amalgamated and shared equally
6 Trophies All trophies remain the property of the Society. Trophies must be
returned to the Society’s office no later than 1 March of the year following the
presentation. The engraving of trophies and cups is the responsibility of the winner.
SPECIAL AWARDS
1 The LES & SONIA ANDREWS CULTURAL FOUNDATION will award a travel grant of
$1000 to the winner or next placed finalist of the Becroft Aria. A condition of this award is
that the winner must be able to sing in the heats of the McDonald’s Aria later that year in
Sydney at the time designated for the Becroft Aria winner. In 2014 that time will be July 24
at 5pm.
2 The PRESIDENT’S CUP will be awarded to the Most Promising Vocalist.
3 The LES KITNEY MEMORIAL TROPHY will be awarded to the singer gaining the highest
marks in Musical Theatre Class 246.
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SENIOR VOCAL TIMETABLE
FRIDAY 30 MAY 7pm
Class 252
National Young Performer of the Year
SATURDAY 31 MAY 10.30am
Class 250
New Zealand Composer
Class 257
Oratorio
SATURDAY 31 MAY 3.30pm
Classes 263/264
{Linda Wootten Memorial Award Nos 2,4,6,8,10,12
{Seamus Casey Memorial Award Nos1,3,5,7,9,11
NB These classes are run in tandem with each other.
SATURDAY 31 MAY 7pm
Classes 263/264
{ Linda Wootten Memorial Award Nos 14,16,18,21
{Seamus Casey Memorial Award Nos 13,15,17,19,20,22
NB These classes are run in tandem with each other
SUNDAY 1 JUNE 10.30am
Class 258
British Art Song
Class 261
Sacred Solo
SUNDAY 1 JUNE 2pm
Class 245
Becroft Aria : Preliminary round
SUNDAY 1 JUNE 7pm
Class 251a /262
Class 246
Class 246
Duets/Trios/Ensembles
Musical Theatre in Costume: First song
Musical Theatre in Costume: Second song
MONDAY 2 JUNE 10.30am
Class 247
Class 259
Class 253
MONDAY 2 JUNE
Class 245
Restricted Open
Lieder
Operatic Solo
5pm
Becroft Aria : Final
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255
VOCAL CHAMPIONSHIP:
Competitors entering this class must compete in Classes 257, 258 and 259.
The winner will also receive $150 from the Les and Sonia Andrews Cultural
Foundation, second place $100, and third place $50, donated by Ms Ann Shanks from
the Kath Kitney Legacy
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Joel Amosa
Eliza Boom
Taylor Callaghan
StephenDiaz
Dilys Fong
Alexander Garvey
Clare Hood
Victoria Martin
Madison Nonoa
FRIDAY 30 MAY
252
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
Christina Orgias
Grace Park
Henrietta Reid
Martin Rhodes
Emily Jane Scott
Timothy Shirriffs
Maia Vegar
Matthew Wilson
7pm
NATIONAL YOUNG PERFORMER OF THE YEAR
The winner will receive $60, second place $30 and third place $20. Prizes
donated from the Kath Kitney Bequest and Callibre Solutions Ltd. First and
second placegetters also receive $60 towards the registration fee for the
Young Performer of the Year finals in Palmerston North in October.
PACANZ CRITERIA FOR NATIONAL YOUNG PERFORMER
A
B
Performers shall be 18 and under 25 years as at 1 October 2014
Performers shall introduce their items and sing them in the
language in which they were composed.
C
Each performer will perform a programme of a maximum of 15 minutes and
no less than 12 minutes including the introduction
A percentage mark will be given for the complete programme.
A penalty of 5 marks will be deducted if the time limits are exceeded by 60
seconds or more.
D
Each performer will present a programme of three items, namely:
1.
2.
20th or 21st century Art Song
A German Lied (a Lied is defined as a song by one
of the following composers: Brahms, Mahler,
Schubert, Mendelssohn, Clara or Robert
Schumann, Richard Strauss, Hugo Wolf)
3.
Own Selection
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Natasha Wilson
Liebst du um Schӧnheit
Loves Philosophy
I dreamed a dream
C.Schumann
Quilter
Schönberg
Eliza Boom
The Owl and the Pussy Cat
An den Mond
Monica’s Waltz
Seiber
Schubert
Menotti
Michelle Thorne
Fear no more the heat o’ the sun
Auf dem Wasser zu singen
Durch Zärtlichkeit und Schmeicheln
Quilter
Schubert
Mozart
Jarvis Dams
Loveliest of trees
Allerseelen
Warm as the Autumn Light
Butterworth
Strauss
Moore
Georgia Gray
The Cloths of Heaven
Ellens Zweiter Gesang
Convien partir
Dunhill
Schubert
Donizetti
Claire Hood
The Crucifixion
An Chloe
Ouvre tes yeux bleus
Barber
Mozart
Massenet
Henrietta Reid
Afterthought
Die Forelle
Tout Gai!
Bernstein
Schubert
Ravel
Lewis Francis
Ich grolle nicht
Fear no more
Una furtiva lagrima
Schumann
Quilter
Donizetti
Timothy Shirriffs
The Roadside Fire
Nacht und Traüme
Ombra mai fu
V.Williams
Schubert
Handel
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2..............................
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SATURDAY 31 MAY
250
10.30am
NEW ZEALAND COMPOSER
The winner will receive the Andrew Reid Cup and $25, second place $20, and third place $15 from
Calibre Solutions Ltd
1
2
3
4
5
6
Hannah Wynne
Bernice Austin
Georgia Gray
Henrietta Reid
Clinton Fung
Natasha Wilson
E Pari Ra
He Moemoea
Daddy,Soldier Daddy
Song
Anzac Cove
Willow Song
P.H. Tomoana
Anthony Ritchie
A.H.Pettitt
Anthony Ritchie
David Hamilton
David Hamilton
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ORATORIO
Recitative to be sung if included in the score. Total performance must not exceed 6 minutes.
The winner will receive $25, second place $20, and third place $15, donated by Calibre
Solutions Ltd
1 Tania Cheeseman
2 Joel Amosa
3 Christie Cook
4 Eliza Boom
5 Taylor Callaghan
6 Clare Hood
7 Victoria Martin
8 Matthew Wilson
9 Christine Orgias
10 Stephen Diaz
11 Kalauni Pouvalu
12 Henrietta Reid
13 Dilys Fong
14 Benson Wilson
15 Madison Nonoa
16 Alexander Garvey
17 Grace Park
18 Maia Vegar
19 Martin Rhodes
20 Emily Jane Scott
21 Timothy Shirriffs
Mein glaubiges Herze
Bach
Honour and Arms
Handel
But who may abide
Handel
Aus Liebe will mein Heiland sterben Bach
Revenge Timotheus cries
Handel
If God be for us
Handel
I will sing of Thy great mercies
John Ireland
Domine Deus
Vivaldi
Hear ye, Israel
Mendelssohn
Es ist vollbracht
Bach
Thou shalt break them
Handel
Domine Deus
Vivaldi
Es ist vollbracht
Bach
It is enough
Mendelssohn
On mighty pens
Haydn
Why do the nations
Handel
Ich folge dir gleichfalls
Bach
Pie Jesu
Faure
In native Worth
Haydn
Hear ye, Israel
Mendelssohn
Comfort ye....Evr’y valley
Handel
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SATURDAY 31 MAY 3.30pm
263 THE LINDA WOOTTEN MEMORIAL AWARD
Open to female singers aged 18 and under 28. The winner will receive $1,000, second
place $500, and third place $200, from the Linda Wootten Estate
264 THE SEAMUS CASEY MEMORIAL AWARD
Open to male singers aged 18 and under 28. The winner will receive $1,000, second
$500 and third $200, from the Seamus Casey Memorial Award Fund.
Competitors will sing three items: a German Lied, an art song composed after 1850 or an
item in English, and an operatic aria. These may be sung in any order but the total
performance time must not exceed 13 minutes.
The above two classes are run in tandem with a dinner break between.
NB As a courtesy to the sponsors, all competitors are required to be present at the
conclusion of the evening session (around 9.30pm). Any competitor who is not
present for the announcements and presentations at the conclusion will forfeit
their placing and prize money.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Matthew Wilson
Trock’ne Blumen
Thy rebuke.......Behold and see
Quanto e bella
Schubert
Handel
Donizetti
Michelle Thorne
Ich trage meine Minne
Farewell, ye limpid springs
O zittre nicht, mein lieber Sohn
Strauss
Handel
Mozart
Jarvis Dams
Stille Tränen
Silent Noon
Di Provenza
Schumann
R.V.Williams
Verdi
Christie Cook
Die Mainacht
Sea Slumber Song
Cruda sorte
Brahms
Elgar
Rossini
Clinton Fung
Arm, arm ye brave
Der Wanderer an den mond
Non piὺ andrai
Handel
Schubert
Mozart
Georgia Gray
Liebst du um Schӧnheit
Girl’s Song
Pupille amante
Clara Schumann
Herbert Howells
Mozart
11
7
8
9
10
11
12
Joel Amosa
Die beiden Grenadiere
I got pleny o‘ nuttin
Il lacerato spirito
Schumann
Gershwin
Verdi
Madison Nonoa
Mondnacht
O had I Jubal’s lyre
Signore, ascolta
Schumann
Handel
Puccini
Alexander Garvey
Madamina, il catalogo e questo
Erlkӧnig
Silent Noon
Mozart
Schubert
Vaughan Williams
Eliza Boom
Gretchen am Spinnrade
Unusual Way
Ach, ich fühl’s
Schubert
Yeston
Mozart
Benson Wilson
Bella siccome un angelo
Der Wanderer
King David
Donizetti
Schubert
Howells
Bernice Austin
Die Nacht
Come sing and dance
Donde lieta
R Strauss
Howells
Puccini
SATURDAY 1 JUNE 7pm
13
14
15
16
Taylor Callaghan
Ständchen
Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal
Where e’er you walk
Schubert
Quilter
Handel
Tania Cheeseman
Der Schmied
Silent Noon
L’ho perduta
Brahms
Vaughan Williams
Mozart
Stephen Diaz
Ganymed
Deep River
Mi lusinga il dolce affetto
Schubert
Traditional
Handel
Christina Orgias
Traum durch die Dämmerung
Let the florid music praise
Si, mi chiamano Mimi
R.Strauss
Britten
Puccini
12
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
Lewis Francis
Nacht und Träume
Comfort ye.... Ev’ry valley
Il mio tesoro
Schubert
Handel
Mozart
Grace Park
Mausfallen-Sprüchlein
Mad Bess
Da tempesta il legno infranto
Wolf
Purcell
Handel
Edward Laurenson
Mein Herz ist stumm
Why do the Nations
Avant de quitter ces lieux
Strauss
Handel
Gounod
Lauren Roscoe
Liebe und Frǔhling II
O Tuneful Voice
Quando me’n vo
Brahms
Haydn
Puccini
Timothy Shirriffs
Der Wanderer an den Mond
Youth and Love
Pastorello d’un povero armento
Schubert
Vaughan Williams
Handel
Maia Vegar
An die Nachtigall
The Silver Aria
E Susanna non vien....
Brahms
Moore
Mozart
Kalauni Pouvalu
Il mio tesoro
Der Freund
Spring Waters
Mozart
Wolf
Rachmaninov
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SUNDAY 1 JUNE
258
10.30am
BRITISH ART SONG
The winner will receive $25, second place $20, and third place $15, donated from the
Kath Kitney Legacy.
1
Matthew Wilson
Now sleeps the crimson petal
Quilter
2
Maia Vegar
Afton Water
Britten
3
Madison Nonoa
Sleep
Gurney
4
Timothy Shirriffs
The Vagabond
V Williams
5
Clare Hood
The trees they grow so high
Britten
6
Grace Park
Last rose of summer
Britten
7
Henrietta Reid
Sweet chance
Michael Head
8
Martin Rhodes
Bredon Hill
Butterworth
9
Victoria Martin
If there were dreams to sell
Ireland
10
Joel Amosa
The Vagabond
V Williams
11
Eliza Broom
Nocturne
Head
13
12
13
14
15
16
17
Taylor Callaghan
Emily Jane Scott
Stephen Diaz
Dilys Fong
Alexander Garvey
Christina Orgias
Silent noon
Love’s philosophy
Monument
Sabbath morning at sea
Fear no more the heat o’ the sun
Come sing and dance
V Williams
Quilter
Craig Utting
Elgar
Quilter
Howells
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261 SACRED SOLO
The winner will receive $20, second place $15, from the Kath Kitney Legacy
1
2
3
4
5
6
Joel Amosa
Taylor Callaghan
Clare Hood
Victoria Martin
Hannah Wynne
Martin Rhodes
Were you there
The Lord’s Prayer
Pie Jesu
How lovely are Thy dwellings
Agnus Dei
Ave Maria
Burleigh
Malotte
Faure
Liddle
Mozart
Head
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SUNDAY 1 JUNE
245
2pm
BECROFT ARIA
The winner will receive the Aria Cup and $5,000 from the David and Genevieve
Becroft Foundation; second place will receive $1,000 from the Auckland Opera
Forum; third place will receive $600 ($100 in cash and a $500 discount for the NZ
Opera School in Whanganui from 5-19 January 2015). In addition the winner will
receive a $1000 travel grant from the Les and Sonia Andrews Cultural Foundation to
compete in the McDonald’s Aria Competition on 24 July in Sydney.
NB Any finalist who will not be available to compete in Sydney on 24 July 2014
must inform the Convenor of this prior to taking part in the Aria final.
1
2
3
4
Emily Jane Scott
The Silver Aria
Come scoglio
The Ballad of Baby Doe
Cosi fan tutte
D Moore
Mozart
Grace Park
Che sento, o Dio.....
Furie di donna irata
Giulio Cesare
La Cecchina
Handel
Piccinni
Alexander Garvey
Hai gia vinta la causa
O du mein holder Abendstern
The Marriage of Figaro
Tannhaὓser
Mozart
Wagner
Christie Cook
Habanera
Di tanti palpiti
Carmen
Tancredi
Bizet
Rossini
14
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
Jarvis Dams
O du mein holder Abendstern
Zaza,piccola zingara
Tannhaüser
Zaza
Wagner
Leoncavallo
Clinton Fung
Bella siccome un angelo
Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen
Don Pasquale
Magic Flute
Donizetti
Mozart
Georgia Gray
Chacun le sait
Es lebt’ eine Vilja
La fille du Regiment
Die lustige Witwe
Donizetti
Lehάr
Natasha Wilson
Batti batti o bel Masetto
V’adoro pupille
Don Giovanni
Giulio Cesare
Mozart
Handel
Christina Orgias
Merce, dilette amiche
Song to the Moon
Vespri Siciliani
Rusalka
Verdi
Dvorak
Benson Wilson
Avant de quitter ces lieux
Mein Wähnen, mein Sehnen
Faust
Die todte Stadt
Gounod
Korngold
Dilys Fong
Nacqui’all’affanno
Give him this orchid
La Cenerentola
The Rape of Lucretia
Rossini
Britten
Bernice Austin
Dove sono
Ain’t it a pretty night
The Marriage of Figaro
Susannah
Mozart
Carlisle Floyd
Edward Laurenson
Hai gia vinta la causa
Eri tu
The Marriage of Figaro
Ballo in Maschera
Mozart
Verdi
Michelle Thorne
Der Hölle Rache
Quel guardo il cavaliere
Magic Flute
Don Pasquale
Mozart
Donizetti
Stephen Diaz
I know a bank
Cara sposa
Midsummer Night’s Dream Britten
Alcina
Handel
Maia Vegar
I want Magic
Adieu notre petite table
Streetcar Named Desire Previn
Manon
Massenet
Matthew Wilson
Lensky’s aria: Kuda, kuda
Lonely house
Eugene Onegin
Lady in the Dark
15
Tchaikowsky
Weill
18
19
20
21
22
Tania Cheeseman
Una donna a quindici anni
O wär ich schon mit dir vereint
Cosi fan tutte
Fidelio
Mozart
Beethoven
Kalauni Pouvalu
La fleur que tu m’avais jetée
Kuda, kuda
Carmen
Eugene Onegin
Bizet
Tchaikowsky
Madison Nonoa
Gavotte
O quante volte
Manon
Capuleti e i Montecchi
Massenet
Bellini
Joel Amosa
Infelice, e tu credevi
Aprite un po’ quegli’occhi
Ernani
Marriage of Figaro
Verdi
Mozart
Eliza Boom
Je dis que rien ne m’épouvante Carmen
Si, mi chiamano Mimi
Boheme
FINALISTS for Monday 5pm :
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Bizet
Puccini
SUNDAY 1 JUNE 7pm
251a /262 DUETS,TRIOS & ENSEMBLES
The winners will receive $50 donated by Mrs Annette Maisey
1 Madison Nonoa and Dilys Fong
Voga o Tonio
Rossini
2 MichelleThorne and Lewis Francis
Nocturne
Donizetti
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246 MUSICAL THEATRE IN COSTUME
The winner will receive $200, second place $100 donated by Janice Webb, and third place
$50 from the Kath Kitney Legacy
FIRST ITEM
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Edward Laurenson
Natasha Wilson
Eliza Boom
Lewis Francis
Grace Park
Taylor Callaghan
Henrietta Reid
Martin Rhodes
Hannah Wynne
Anthem
I could have danced all night
Your Daddy’s Son
What more can I say
Ave Maria paἵen
Cold Feets
Look to the Rainbow
Anthem
Show me
Andersson
Loewe
Flaherty
Falsettos
Cocciante
Lambert & Morrison
Burton Lane
Andersson
Loewe
SECOND ITEM
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Edward Laurenson
Natasha Wilson
Eliza Boom
Lewis Francis
Grace Park
Taylor Callaghan
Henrietta Reid
Martin Rhodes
Hannah Wynne
Empty Chairs at Empty Tables Schönberg
I dreamed a dream
Schӧnberg
Art is Calling for me
Herbert
Corner of the Sky
Pippin
Popular
Schwartz
Barrett’s S song
Yeston
That’ll Show Him
Anthem
Andersson
Till there was you
Meredith Wilson
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MONDAY 2 JUNE 10.30am
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RESTRICTED OPEN (not Lieder or opera)
This class is open to competitors who at the time of entering have not won a
first prize at this or any similar competition during the last three years.
The winner will receive $25, second place $20, and third place $15, donated from the
Kath Kitney Legacy.
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Victoria Martin
Timothy Shirriffs
Hannah Wynne
Calvin Baker
Taylor Callaghan
Martin Rhodes
The Gartan mother’s lullaby
Adieu
Si mes vers avaient des ailes
Prison
Ee’n as a lovely flower
The Vagabond
Faure
Hahn
Faure
Bridge
V.Williams
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LIEDER
The winner will receive the Gwilym Evans Memorial Trophy and $100, second place $50
donated by the Auckland Lieder Group, third place $25 donated by Callibre Solutions Ltd.
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Christina Orgias
Dilys Fong
Madison Nonoa
Matthew Wilson
Timothy Shirriffs
Joel Amosa
Eliza Boom
Emily Jane Scott
Taylor Callaghan
Stephen Diaz
Alexander Garvey
Clare Hood
Victoria Martin
Grace Park
Henrietta Reid
Martin Rhodes
Maia Vegar
Kling!
Was nὺzt’s mir....
Schlagende Herzen
Breit über mein Haupt
Der Wanderer
Schӧne Fremde
Befriet
Stille Thrἂnen
Die Mainacht
Liebst du um Schönheit
Zueignung
Die Nacht
Stἂndchen
Er ist’s!
An die Musik
Ich grolle nicht
Wiegenlied
R Strauss
Schumann
Strauss
Strauss
Schubert
Schumann
Strauss
R Schumann
Brahms
C Schumann
Strauss
Mozart
Brahms
Hugo Wolf
Franz Schubert
Schumann
Strauss
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OPERATIC SOLO
The winner will receive $25, second place $15 and third place $10,
donated by Mrs J. Wallace
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Henrietta Reid
Hannah Wynne
Timothy Shirriffs
Clare Hood
Calvin Baker
Lauren
Taylor Callaghan
Batti batti
Dido’s Lament
Where’er you walk
Non so piu
O del mio dolce ardor
O wȁr ich schon
O du mein holder Abenstern
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Mozart
Purcell
Handel
Mozart
Gluck
Beethoven
Wagner
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