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"We are delighted to introduce this exciting new check in system," says ITC's
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Living on Purpose, with Purpose
United by love of music
On song: Ronnie Karadjov is a music
teacher and director of the Auckland
Youth Choir. Photo: CATHERINE HEALY
By CATHERINE HEALY
Go to aucklandcityharbournews.
co.nz and click on Latest Edition to
see a video of the choir perform.
The Auckland Youth Choir has
been Ronnie Karadjov s joy, love
and family for four years now.
She teaches music at Marist
College in Mt Albert but spends
every spare minute working on
The 30-member group of young
singers aged 17 to 26 share a
strong bond. Many have been with
the group for five years or more.
It s like a social club where every-
one is united by their love of
music, Mrs Karadjov says.
The group is preparing for a
concert this Saturday at St
Matthew-in-the-City. It aims to
take the audience on an intrepid
musical journey -- the choristers
have learnt songs from around the
world and will sing in 10
I am amazed at the cultural
diversity of Auckland, she says.
There are all these different peo-
ple, all preserving their culture. It
doesn t matter that you are
uprooted, you an still continue
your cultural traditions.
I would like to reflect on that --
that we can all live together . . .
Each culture has beauty, stories
and legends worth sharing.
The Auckland Youth Choir is
always looking for new members,
particularly young men who can
read music and sing tenor or bass.
Mrs Karadjov says the choir is
good clean fun and an excellent
alternative to sitting in front of
television or the computer.
Nothing can beat the natural
high the young singers get from
planning, rehearsing and giving a
good performance, she says.
They re engaged and it feeds
into their intelligence.
The choir rehearses on Monday
evenings at Diocesan School for
Girls in Epsom.
The concert is on June 8,
5.30pm at St Matthew-in-the-
City. Tickets from event
finder.co.nz or $25 (adults) on the
Search for Auckland Youth
Choir on Facebook for more infor-
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