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by building a strong foundation in the ACADEMIC, SPORT & MUSIC areas.
The College has a dual pathway of assessment with both
Cambridge International Examinations and NCEA offered at
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"St Peter's builds outstanding men"
AUCKLAND CITY HARBOUR NEWS, MARCH 1, 2013
Rocking on: Tom Sharplin is looking forward to performing at the Raye Freedman Arts Centre on March 9.
Photo: CATHERINE HEALY
Your Operatunity to
see Tom Sharplin
By CATHERINE HEALY
Go to aucklandcityharbour
news.co.nz and click on Latest
Edition to see a video of Tom
Tom Sharplin s advice to young
singers is, don t be too fussy about
how good you are.
What s important is being a
good entertainer and making sure
your audience has a great time.
He should know -- after 45 years
in the music industry and more
than 50 New Zealand tours, he s
learned a few tricks.
Sometimes even the most bril-
liant musician is not that enter-
taining. I m no sex symbol but you
do have to use a sexual energy in
Some of the young ones strug-
gle with that, but you have to in
Like any trade, I ve learned the
skills and what you need to do
right each time.
He ll perform hits of the 50s,
60s and 70s at a concert at the
Raye Freedman Arts Centre on
The down-to-earth grandfather
still spends most of his time
performing. He also does a lot of
voluntary work for Variety -- the
Children s Charity and this is his
21st year of being involved with
the Variety Bash.
It s important to do things for
others, he says.
As a child he was involved in a
tractor accident. Both his legs
were severed and only one could
be reattached. It s never held him
I didn t think of myself as
handicapped, he says.
My parents taught me that it s
not a handicap unless you let it
He was about 10 years old when
he saw the Howard Morrison
Quartet at the Tauranga Town
I think that was when I fell in
love with show business.
Young Tom was particularly
impressed with singer and guitar-
ist Gerry Merito.
With just a smile or a look he
could make people smile or laugh.
He was a true entertainer.
His father loved to sing too and
would often sing at family parties.
I thought, What a great thing
to be able to make people happy,
just by singing a song .
Singing has taken Mr Sharplin
all over the world and brought
him face-to-face with some big
names including Deep Purple,
Elton John, Tom Jones and U2.
In 2004 U2 came down to see
us three nights in a row. They
were just like any other out-of-
town group, at the end of the
night we would sit and talk and
have a few beers together.
He credits his wife with helping
him keep his feet on the ground
but life has thrown him some
humbling curve balls too. It s 23
years since his son Leon died in a
car accident at the age of 18.
I did lose a lot of motivation
but eventually it gave me inspi-
ration and passion. Leon would
have wanted me to go on.
Mr Sharplin s concert on March
9 is part of Operatunity s evening
Tickets are $45.
Go to eveningconcerts.co.nz or
phone 0508 266 237 for more
Portrait pays homage to Binney
Iconic artist: Friends of the
Auckland Art Gallery have gifted a
portrait of the late artist Don Binney
painted by Epsom artist Ian Scott to
the gallery. Friends of the Auckland
Art Gallery president Catherine
West-Newman, left, and Auckland
Art Gallery director Chris Saines.
It is common to see Don Bin-
ney s name hanging on the
Auckland Art Gallery walls but
not the late landscape artist s
A portrait of Mr Binney will
be displayed in the gallery
where many of his own works
hang. It was gifted by the
Friends of the Auckland Art
Gallery in recognition of the gal-
lery s 125th anniversary.
The oil painting was painted
by Epsom artist Ian Scott in
1969 and features Mr Binney at
Te Henga (Bethells Beach).
One of Mr Binney s last works
was a landscape drawing of the
beach and had taken 50 years to
Auckland Art Gallery senior
curator Ron Brownson has
described Mr Scott s work as his
most significant portrait.
Mr Binney died in September
last year at the age of 73.
He was one of New Zealand s
most celebrated artists well-
known for his distinctive bird
and landscape paintings.
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