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Music Vespers for Art Deco Weekend

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Jazz Vespers contains elements of a concert and a worship service; offering opportunity for reflection through the notes of music and verse. It is a new take on an old service: Vespers was traditionally an evening service (at sunset) that reflected on the ancient songs of the Psalms.

Musicians for the Art Deco Weekend special service: Georgia Duder-Wood (vocals) and Warren Sang (piano)

Liturgist: Rev Tony Franklin-Ross

Georgia is back by popular demand for our Art Deco Jazz Vespers evening at Trinity; this year profiling songs from the spiritual gospel and blues roots of jazz. This is a popular service, so plan to come early for a seat! Art Deco attire encouraged, but bring a fan if it is a warm night.

Each month the hour-long Vespers uses a variety of Music genre to explore spirituality alongside short reflections and prayer. Music is not only as played at Vespers as performance art, but as spiritual music.

The current Summer Season runs each 3rd Sunday of each month through to April 2018. (This was previously known as "Jazz Vespers", but for this season we are opening up the range of genre). Future dates are: 17th March (St Patrick’s Day!), 21st April (Easter Sunday).

Free event ($10 suggested donation invited for local charities in a “Let the children live” project).
This season the koha is supporting the early childhood centres at William Colenso School for Teenage Parents and the Napier Family Centre.

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