No excuse to stay home

Great North. There’s plenty coming up throughout the Auckland City Libraries for Music Month. If you like tight, fresh rhythms and harmonies, get to Panmure Community Librarythis Sunday 16 May at 2pm, for Before It Melts, a group of nine Aucklanders who love to sing a cappella. They will perform an eclectic mix of both popular and less well-known numbers to clever new arrangements by Wendy Moore.

If you want to tap your toes to some jazz favourites and Latin dance tunes, make your way to Onehunga Community Library on Saturday 15 May at 11am for trumpet diva Edwina Thorne, an international recording artist with five albums to her credit.

Friday 14 May is all about dusty boots and broken hearts, with Cyril & Friends singing country favourites at Glen Innes Community Library at 11am. Not much later at Central, the city’s latest young talents, Great North will keep your feet dancing and put a tear in your beer. Great North gets started at 4pm.

With all these different performances over the city there are no excuses, people! Get out there and enjoy the music. Check What’s On: NZ Music Month for more and more events.


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