Rockers of Ages

bookingGirl.pngWith Nikki Berry and Gary Easterbrook

This choir can be attended via zoom. Register to receive zoom link.

See our safety plan and guidelines here

TERM FOUR 2023 - October 10 - December 13
(Term two concludes June 28)

CHRISTCHURCH @ Phillipstown Hub, 39 Nursery Road, Room 6, Phillipstown (map)
Tuesday mornings 10.30am - 12.00am      (musicianship at 10.00am)
OR Wednesday afternoons: 1.00pm - 2.30pm  (musicianship at 12.30pm)

Optional beginner musicianship classes are available for Rockers Choirs Members, 10.00am Tuesdays, and 12.30pm Wednesdays.

NORTH CANTERBURY: @ John Knox Church, Cnr High Street and King Street (across from Caltex), Rangiora (map)
Tuesdays, 2.15pm - 3.45pm

These groups sing songs from around the world as well as fun and funky songs from the last five decades in harmony. It is a chance to have a lot of fun while developing friendships, musicianship and singing skills. There are NO AUDITIONS.

Although these groups are aimed at meeting the needs of older adults, anyone is welcome to come along. Young children welcome.

Three singing groups that come together occasionally for group performances. You can join any one, or all three!

Cost by donation (suggested range $10 - $2 per week)
Email us or phone 0800 THE MUSE (0800 843 687) for more information

Click here to download an evaluation of the choirs by Community and Public Health
Click here to see our first Flashmob, June 2012
Click here to see some of our performances.

 (For more information and testimonials, see Nikki's Website)

The Tutors:

Gary-and-Nikki2.jpgNikki Berry's background is as a songwriter, community choir leader, arranger and singing teacher. Over the years she has trained as an audio engineer, been an instrument maker, played bass and guitar in a range of original bands, and taught general music skills to adults and young people. She has trained in the Estill approach to singing, and the Kodály approach to music education, and leads workshops for singers throughout New Zealand.

Gary Easterbrook grew up in Whangarei, and has flown airplanes, driven trucks, worked in forestry, flirted with television... the list goes on. His musical career has been equally varied - from heavy rock to bluegrass and country, blues and jazz to world music. He learned piano as an eleven year old, took up guitar at fourteen, then bass guitar and back to piano (with a dabble on drums along the way). He's now happy on all these instruments, and also arranges music for choirs. Besides music, Gary loves surfing, sea kayaking and photography.