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Cappella - A Vibrant Young Vocal Group

Cappella - A Vibrant Young Vocal Group

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  • Sun 22 May ’16, 4:00pm


Ascension Wine Estate, 480 Matakana Rd, Matakana


All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission (Students Free): $30.00


Warkworth Music

One of New Zealand's finest and most versatile vocal ensembles. Based in Auckland, the group performs across the country and has worked with some of the New Zealand's most prominent artists.

The eight singers of Cappella: -
Luana Prictor, Natasha Wilson, Sarah Harris, Matthew Howes, Aidan Gill, Jack Timings, Warren Kilham, Michael Miller.

Each bring their own individual talent, experience and musical background to allow Cappella to perform a wide variety of musical genres at a high level.

With their relaxed style and vibrant personalities, Cappella hopes to make vocal music accessible to all. Cappella have, most recently, returned from the music festival, Lakeside, in Rotorua where they performed alongside some of New Zealand’s Greats including Simon O’Neill, Tim Beveridge, Jackie Clarke, Elisha Fai Hulton, Howie Morrison Jnr. and many more.

"It is a wonderful and very gratifying feeling to be recognised alongside these incredible musicians," says Cappella singer, Sarah Harris. "We take what we can from working with singers of that calibre and try to improve ourselves both personally and collectively. We are being gifted more and more chances to sing at that level which is a great testament to the hard work of the Cappella team."

Cappella will be performing their successful Folk concert. Folk Includes many well-loved pieces from various traditions around the world, some re-imaginings of classic folk songs, and some surprise additions to the programme which show the versatility of the folk music genre.

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