Last night we enjoyed a pleasant evening listening to music performances by the students of Macleans College in Auckland. Our children Tim and Lydia sang in the school choir. It was nice that the Snowballs and the Aikens could come too. Our friend Moses annan also came.
We had different groups come and perform like the orchestra, stage band, school choir, barbershop chorus, barbershop quartet, and so on. We listened to Tschaikovsky, Mozart, Mendelssohn, Chopin, and other composers so ably performed by the children.
The choir sang three pieces:
Song of Ruth
I am glad that New Zealand still has public schools like this where students are expected to be neatly dressed in their uniforms, are well behaved and work hard at their studies and other extra curricular activities.