Conductor Timothy Carpenter has pulled together an enticing array of pieces that will surely appeal to all musical tastes.
Sing the Hallelujah Chorus and other favourite movements from Handel's Messiah!
We're singing christmas carols around Hamilton this December! Click here for dates/times
Seven strangers, each with a secret to bury, meet at a run-down hotel in Lake Tahoe in 1960s California. Over the course of a fateful night, they all get one last shot at redemption before everything goes wrong. Hamilton Civic Choir is excited to bring you a “Movie Night” Fundraiser this October month, and we’d … Continue reading Movie Fundraiser: Bad Times at the El Royale
At the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month in 1918, an Armistice was signed that ended the First World War. On that day 100 years ago, after four years of brutal conflict, war finally gave way to peace. New Zealand proudly recognises the service of many men and women in both … Continue reading From Armed to Armistice: A Commemoration of the WWI Armistice Centenary
This commemoration concert will include pieces of music interspersed with short poetry and readings.
Learn to conduct with one of New Zealand's finest community choirs.
Absorb the calm and serene atmosphere of St Peter’s Cathedral while enjoying an excellent performance of one of this country’s finest choirs. Hamilton Civic Choir led by Timothy Carpenter will perform a corpus of sacred music in honour of Mary, Mother of Christ.
We will be performing Bach's St John Passion in collaboration with the St Matthew's Chamber Orchestra.
Conducted by Timothy Carpenter, Hamilton Civic Choir will sing excerpts from their recent New York tour.
Music is in the air! Hamilton Civic Choir kick off their 2018 concert programme with a regional tour entitled “From Hamilton to New York” where they will be performing a variety of musical bonanza from acclaimed international composers. This tour serves as an extension of the choir’s impending international tour following a call from Distinguished … Continue reading From Hamilton to New York