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When:

Sat 26 Sep 2009, 7:30pm–9:30pm

Where: St John's in the City Presbyterian Church, 170 Willis Street., Te Aro, Wellington

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $40.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: Glyn MacLean

All profits from this event will go to the presbyterian support charity to help families in Wellington region of NZ.
http://www.pscevents.org.nz/yulia/

"The Passion of Russia" - Come and hear the new voice of Yulia!

This is an event for both the discerning audiophile and those devoted to seeking a purity in musical passion and emotion.

NZ’s No.1 hit selling Russian female solo vocalist performs the most passionate songs born in the heat of Russian culture and heritage.

Supported by Baritone Valeriy Maksymov and Concert Pianist Anya Maksymova from the Ukraine.

Yulia - "Voice of Rare Beauty"
http://www.yulia.co.nz
http://www.facebook.com/YuliaSinger

Yulia has been working for several months with Valeriy Maksymov to condition and to further refine her already award winning voice in order to deliver a demanding program full of passion and requiring virtuoso performance.

Romantic song also abounds with excerpts from Dr Zhivago such as "Somewhere My Love" (see program in photos).

Valeriy Maksymov - Baritone
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Valeriy-Maksymov/127320030268

We introduce the big voice of Valeriy Maksymov for the first time on tour with Yulia. Now a Christchurch, New Zealand resident, Valeriy has won the affection and recommendation of such greats as Dame Malvina Major and is Yulia's favorite opera voice trainer. Valeriy first found favor with Yulia's fans when some of the 168 of Yulia's fans who were invited to enjoy her wedding also attended the reception and heard his performance of "Those Were The Days My Friend."

Anya Maksymova - Concert Pianist
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Anya-Maksymova/117743410497

Anya Maksymova is a young concert pianist of prodigious talent. Initially trained in Russian methods, Anya has continued her studies with a performance degree at Canterbury University. She aims to raise funds to attend the Royal College of Music in London and pursue a professional career as a touring Concert Pianist. Anya will perform such feats as might be partaken in her performance and interpretation of Rachmaninov, one of the greatest and most difficult composers to perform.

Where The Event's Profits Will Go

Presbyterian Support Central is a not-for-profit organisation providing care and support services for families and older people. They have been caring for people in the lower North Island for over 100 years.

The principles of caring, enabling and supporting underpin everything PSC does. They spend time getting to know every person they work with, tailoring a range of services to meet their unique needs.

1500 dedicated staff support more than 5000 people every year.

Enliven - care for older people

Enliven positive aging services offers subsidised residential and community care for older people. PSC has 16 rest homes offering personalised residential care and a range of services to help older people maintain their independence in their own homes.

More information on Enliven
http://www.enlivenpsc.org.nz/

Family Works

Family Works promotes thriving children and happy families with services including counselling, parenting support and education. PSC has centres in South Wairarapa, Taranaki, Upper Hutt and Wanganui and a range of nationwide freephone help lines.

More information on Family Works
http://www.familyworks.org.nz/Site/regions/central/default.aspx

Purchase Tickets
http://www.pscevents.org.nz/yulia/

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