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The objectives of Opera North are encapsulated within our Mission Statement

Opera North is committed to creating opportunities for Northland singers to perform opera, classical and musical theatre, showcase the talents of individual singers and encourage the growth and development of young aspiring singers.

Opera North also supports and trains its members in vocal technique, stage etiquette and presentation, language tutoring and drama in order to raise the standard of performance for the benefit of local audiences.

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Kaiti Waetford

Forthcoming Events


Classics at the Cove Sunday 1st April 2018

Location: Tahamoana, 566 Cove Road, Waipu on Sunday 1st April Gates open 1.30 performances run from 2.30-5.00pm.
Hosts Debi & Dave Brown on their beautiful Waipu property overlooking Bream Bay, welcome Tenor, Ridge Ponini back to join friends and members of Opera North for a picnic afternoon of song and music.
Soprano, Maia Mila Amosa (nee Vega) has joined forces with Bass, Joel Amosa who will add to the wonderful array of singers on the day. Audience will be welcomed with the sound of violin and cello played by students of Atsuko Fukuoka. Waipu songbird Emma Couper and singing teachers Maura & Peter Flower from Maungaturoto are showcasing some of their top young students, including the Waipu Windchimes and marvelous Sam Birchall from Ruakaka.
Kawiti Waetford is running a master class for some of the performers over the weekend. This is bound to be a wonderful afternoon not to be missed.
General picnic seating tickets are $25 Go to Eventfinda via the BOOK NOW button above or buy tickets at Waipu Hammer Hardware. School-age children free.
For more information contact creativelynx@eznet.co.nz or 094320267 cell #021324707. 
Mr Zippy will be there to serve coffee and ice cream.
All profits go towards furthering the musical journey of our performers through study scholarships.



Grateful thanks are extended to Tracey Morris and Sue Shepherd who between them supply most of the photographs used on this website