Wairarapa News : January 16th 2013
8 WAIRARAPA NEWS, JANUARY 16, 2013 ART & ENTERTAINMENT 5104676ABMust end 31 January Must end 31 January WAIRARAPA CAMERA SERVICES 23 Queen Street, Masterton • Ph 06 377 4697 Closing down SALE SALE PHOTO FRAMES ALL HALF PRICE! Still heaps available TRIPODS 40% OFF more arriving ACCESSORIES 40% OFF BINOCULARS 40% OFF PHOTO PROCESSING HALF PRICE! Includes enlargements Excludes canvases health & science trades Arts & Design l Trades l Health & Science WN16-1 For more information on these and other programmes call into our Information Centre 143-159 Chapel Street, Masterton, or visit our website www.ucol.ac.nz Make 2013 the year you turn your interest for health into a profession with UCOL. When studying nursing or sport science you'll work with the latest equipment to rehabilitate real patients. New year, new job? Learn a Trade with UCOL and enter a growth industry with plenty of opportunities. Learn a Trade, earn a high starting salary and minimise your student loan. a bright Fu U in 2013 Got your NCEA results? It's time to get your hands on a new ambition. Fox leads sextet into Carterton for one show New Zealand s leading big band leader and jazz trombonist Rodger Fox is bringing his jazz sextet to Carterton on Sunday, January 20 for a programme of great jazz at St Mark s Church. The summer concert has become a tradition thanks to the enthusiasm of minister Jenny Chalmers and Vibe Promotions. This year s programme will be based around the Great American Songbook and will include jazz standards, blues and bossanova. The sextet comprises Dan Hay- les (piano), Nick Granville (guitar), Rowan Clark (bass), Lauren Ellis (drums), Erna Ferry (vocals) and Rodger Fox (trom- bone). All the performers have just completed a week s teaching at the New Zealand High School Jazz Workshop in Wellington. This is Fox s 40th year leading his big band with many events planned for 2013, so look out for more great jazz this year. Sunday s concert is at 2.30pm at St Mark s, High St South, Carter- ton and admission is just $10 (door sales only). For those who enjoy a glass of wine with their jazz, Paulownia Wines will be on hand with some of their product. Talented: New Zealand's Got Talent 2012 winner Clara van Wel will perform in Martinborough and also Mangatainoka next month with the Classic Hits Winery Tour.Special guest at winery tour New Zealand's Got Talent winner Clara van Wel is to perform in Wai- rarapa next month as a special guest on the 7th Annual Classic Hits Winery Tour. Van Wel joins the existing lineup of Fat Freddy s Drop, Anika, Boh & Hollie and The Adults (featuring Jon Toogood and Julia Deans) on the 17- day tour which includes concerts at Alana Estate and also the Tui Brew- ery at Mangatainoka. It s been a whirlwind few months for the 15-year-old from Blenheim after she wowed the show s judges and won the hearts and votes of the New Zealand public with her original compositions and poignant perfor- mances. In December she released her debut single Where Do You Find Love, which debuted at No 3 on the NZ Singles Chart and certified Gold. She is now recording her debut album, to be released in March. Clara is no stranger to the Winery Tour stage -- she opened her local show in early 2012 at Villa Maria Winery, Blenheim, when promoters Civic Events invited her to perform after seeing her clips on YouTube. Tickets for all shows can be bought through the Winery Tour website www.winerytour.co.nz and Ticket master, 0800 111 999 or www.ticket master.co.nz. One child under the age of 12 will be given free admittance when accompanied by one adult ticket holder. Full show information can be found at www.winerytour.co.nz. Wairarapa concert dates: Satur- day, February 9, Martinborough, Alana Estate; Sunday, February 10, Mangatainoka, Tui Brewery.
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