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A Bulletin from
Choirs Aotearoa NZ Trust May Special Edition 2016
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New Zealand Youth Choir
2016 European Landmark Tour

PRIZE DRAW RESULTS

Nobody got all the answers to the quiz completely correct: Big Ben is not in London but in the City of Westminster* – throughout our tour publicity we gave clues to this.
The correct answers were (from left to right):
 
Landmark 1 Big Ben City of Westminster
Landmark 2 Windsor Castle Town of Windsor
Landmark 3 Eiffel Tower City of Paris
Landmark 4 Radcliffe Camera City of Oxford
Landmark 5 Charles Bridge City of Prague

The incoming Chief Executive of Choirs Aotearoa, Arne Herrmann, made the draw on 13 May from the highest scoring competitors.

The prize entitles each winner to $100-worth of goods off the Marbeck’s website and the winners are:
Alex Matangi and Eins Lee both of Auckland and an anonymous winner from Wellington.
 
Congratulations to the winners.

*One contestant pointed out that ‘Big Ben’ is the name of the Great Bell not the clock – correct – and the Clock Tower (often referred to as ‘Big Ben’) was renamed the ‘Elizabeth Tower’ to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of Elizabeth II in 2012. We would have accepted both of these descriptions but not that Big Ben (or even Windsor Castle) is in the City of London!

Thank You

The NZYC’s European Tour has been 18-months in the making and we thank all the people who have helped us put the tour together: these are especially -
Alena Mejstříková, President of International Festival of Academic Choirs, Pardubice, Czech Republic; Hélène Carpentier at Office de Tourisme, Le Quesnoy;  Philip Walsh, former MD at Wellington Cathedral and the Orpheus Choir, for introducing NZYC to Notre-Dame de Paris and Ivan Musnier, ‘Chargé de la logistique, des auditions d’orgue et des choeurs invites’;  Hannah Evans, formerly of the NZSO and Creative NZ, for advice on marketing in Oxford and London;  Albert Yeo and the SYC Ensemble Singers for hosting NZYC’s performance in Singapore; Juliet Abrahamson and John McMunn at the Cambridge Summer Music Festival; the staff at the NZ High Commissions in London and Singapore and the NZ Embassy in Paris; Tania Bearsley at Kea New Zealand; Simon Whiteley at St George’s, Windsor and NZYC alumni  Hester Lees Jeffries in Cambridge, Christopher Bowen in London, Suzanne Aspden in Oxford, and Karl Reid in Ely for their help in setting-up concerts. And many others.

For further information on the NZYC 2016 European  Tour visit here on Choirs Aotearoa’s website.









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