Supported by generous help from the Turnovsky Endowment Trust

Polish organist with German baroque and French romantic at St Peter’s

When Polish organist Gedymin Grubba was here almost exactly two years ago, he played the relatively small baroque-style organ at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church.   How very different to play on the much larger, recently-restored William Hill organ at St. Peter’s!  Despite that, most of this programme was from the baroque era. This time, more of the music was familiar to me, but I find some of the remarks I made... read more

Gospel Truth – great singing from Gale Force Gospel Choir

By , 04/11/2012
In a world where hype of all kinds relating to every sphere of activity seems to be piped into our houses with our drinking water, it's refreshing (ha!) to encounter publicity for an event that turns out to be nothing but gospel truth - announcing this concert by the Gale Force Gospel Choir at Karori's Futuna Chapel, the blurb read, "……a non-stop blast of foot-stompin’ mad-clappin’ gospel classics that... read more

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