Coming Up

Concessions available on most courses. Help with transport may also be available. All activities held in our rooms at Phillipstown Hub except our Satellite Rockers choir in North Canterbury.
For further information or support to attend, phone 0800 THE MUSE (0800 843 687) or email us at admin@themuse.org.nz.

TERM ONE 2021

THE KEEPSAKE SINGERS with Steve Langley and Friends
A singing group aimed at meeting the needs of people experiencing memory loss but open to anyone who loves to sing songs from the last five decades.
Mondays except school and public holidays
February 15 - April 12
10.00am - 11.00am (cup of tea @ 11am)

Room 6, Phillipstown Hub, 39 Nursery Road, Phillipstown (map)
Cost by donation (suggested range $2-$10 per week)
Bookings helpful but not essential: Book here

SING GYM with Lisa Tui 
For singers and developing singers who want a regular opportunity to pay attention to their vocal skill set and technique. First night can be attended as a one off event.
Mondays, 6.30pm-8.00pm
January 18 - April 12
Room 6, Phillipstown Hub, 39 Nursery Road, Phillipstown (map)
Cost $100 ($80 for Friends of The Muse) Casual: $12.50 per night.
Bookings essential but can start any time at reduced rate
Contact Lisa on 027 257 2857 or at lisatui.ltj@gmail.com

ROCKERS OF AGES CHOIRS for elders and aspiring elders
with Nikki Berry & Gary Easterbrook
February 9 - April 14
A chance to sing contemporary and world music in four part harmony in a welcoming, fun environment.
Cost by donation (suggested range $2-$10 per week)
Bookings helpful: Book here
♥   Three rehearsal opportunities a week
CHRISTCHURCH: Tuesdays and Wednesdays 10am - 12pm @ Phillipstown Hub, 39 Nursery Road, Room 6, Phillipstown (map)
NORTH CANTERBURY: Tuesdays, 2pm - 4pm @ St John’s Church, 353 High Street, Rangiora (map)

OPEN SONG WORLD MUSIC CHOIR
with Nikki Berry and Gary Easterbrook
Lose yourself in the crowd and find yourself in the collective sound, singing joyful rhythmic songs from Africa, rich dark harmonies from Israel and Eastern Europe, contemporary rock songs and the sweet sounds of the Pacific. No experience necessary. All welcome.
Wednesdays, during school terms, 7.30pm - 9.30pm
February 10 - April 14
Room 6, Phillipstown Hub, 39 Nursery Road, Phillipstown (map)
Suggested contribution $80 casual rate: $10 per night, (or pay what you can afford)
Bookings helpful: Book here or phone Gary 03 981 8729

Still Song Goes On - a concert commemorating the 2011 Christchurch Earthquake
One hundred singers join indie band Mundi, to perform a song written in sixteen languages, acknowledging the loved ones lost in the Christchurch earthquakes, in a programme presenting original art works, poetry and song 7.00pm, Sunday, February 21
at the Transitional Cathedral, Latimer Square
Free

WEST AFRICAN DRUMMING with Maganui Stewart (and once a term Koffie Fugah)
An opportunity to experience the thrill of West African Drumming with the option of becoming part of a performing group. Perform traditional music and rhythms from Ghana, Guinea, Mali and other countries in West Africa taught by Maganui Stewart under the guidance of master drummer and dancer, Robert Fugah.
The first class can be attended as a one off 'taster' and introduction to West African Drumming.
7 Thursdays: 7.00pm-8.00pm
February 25 - April 8

Room 6, Phillipstown Hub, 39 Nursery Road, Phillipstown (map)
Cost: Adults $65 (or $60 for Friends of The Muse); Children: $40; First night only: $15
Bookings recommended: Book here

Concessions available, please enquire on 0800 THE MUSE or email us