Nota Bene is Wellington’s most versatile chamber choir, with a reputation for innovative programming and high performance standards. Under the musical directorship of Maaike Christie-Beekman, the ensemble performs a wide range of choral music, from classical through to contemporary art music and jazz.
Songs, poems & waiata celebrating Aotearoa
A programme that celebrates New Zealand nature and landmarks, commemorates pivotal events in our history, and highlights true Kiwi traditions and iconic quirks.
From waiata to compositions by David Hamilton, Fergus Byett and Anthony Ritchie, including songs from the song cycle 'Shaky Places' by Wellington composer Felicia Edgecombe
3pm, Sunday 3 September,
St Joseph's Catholic Church (Basin Reserve)
3pm, Sunday 10 September
St Paul's Church, 1 Langdale Ave,
Nota Bene, with choir founder Christine Argyle, at its 10th Anniversary concert in St Andrews on the Terrace.
Nota Bene performing in Old St Pauls at the International Christmas Festival.