Due to weather events Elma Turner Library Pop-Up and Stoke Library are closing at 4:30pm Wednesday 17 August.

Live Music Series

 

Sunday 31 July 2pm

The Ceol Merchants - new venue Old St Peter's Church Founders Heritage Park

'Ceol' means music in both Scottish and Irish Gaelic and music has been a lifelong passion for performers Barrie McDonald, Alex Davidson & Davy Stuart. They will perform Celtic music from Scotland and Ireland with a selection of Airs, Reels and Jigs and a couple of slower more reflective pieces.

Free entry

Sunday 28 August 2pm

New venue - Old St Peter's Church Founder's Heritage Park

Juliet Ayre

Juliet will perform on solo violin - the last couple of years has been the perfect time to explore solo repertoire and Juliet looks forward to sharing some of her favourite music from Italy, Germany, Belgium, Armenia, and Spain.

Free entry

Sunday 25 September

Bryce Wastney

Discover the music of New Zealand singer/songwriter Bryce Wastney. Inspired by the acoustic music of Cat Stevens, Neil Finn, and Travis, Bryce’s music naturally traverses the folk, country, rock and pop genres – always soulful whatever the genre. It’s the ideal soundtrack for the traveller and free spirit in us all.

Sunday 30 October

Mosaic Choir

Nelson’s longest-standing world music choir, Mosaic has been bringing a cappella pleasure to audiences for over 20 years with their high energy and vibrancy. This 45-strong choir is directed by Shannel Courtney and has been described as one of Nelson hidden treasures. Their repertoire covers most the continents of the world, including songs from the Pacific, with a special focus on African music with its uplifting harmonies and rhythms. The inspiration that drives Mosaic is the sense of community that singing fosters and the privilege of experiencing the diversity of musical cultures through song.