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Manawatu International Jazz and Blues Festival 2019

Manawatu International Jazz and Blues Festival 2019

A programme from the 52nd Manawatu International Jazz and Blues Festival 2019. Performers included Gregg Bissonette, Louis Dowdeswell, Glenn Waters, Chris Cain, Daniel Castro, Steve Evans, Ron E Beck, Ben Wilcock, The All Girl Big Band, The Rodger Fox Big Band, Kevin Downing's 101 Lab Band, Swamp City Big Band, and the Manawatū Jazz Club Big Band. The booklet unfolds to become a poster.

 
Under The Sun - after party invitation

Under The Sun - after party invitation

'Under the Sun' was Palmerton North's Centennial production, preformed on 29 and 30 May 1971. With _Under the Sun,_ ‘New Zealand ceases forever to be a provincial society’ wrote playwright Bruce Mason in the\_ New Zealand Listener\_. The initiative of Morva Croxson, this ‘total theatre experience’ told the story of the galaxy, and was the major cultural event of the Palmerston North centennial. It was composed by Jenny McLeod and brought to production by Peter Tulloch. The work included more than 1000 performers, some 440 of them school children. There were four orchestras, six choirs, ten conductors, a rock band and stroboscopic lighting, with images of children’s paintings projected around the perimeter of the Pascal St stadium, where it was performed.

 
Under The Sun - programme

Under The Sun - programme

Jenny McLeod was commissioned by the city of Palmerston North to compose music to commemorate the its centenary . The resulting work, Under The Sun, was performed twice during the 'Under the Sun' was Palmerton North's Centennial production, preformed on 29 and 30 May 1971. With _Under the Sun,_ ‘New Zealand ceases forever to be a provincial society’ wrote playwright Bruce Mason in the\_ New Zealand Listener\_. The initiative of Morva Croxson, this ‘total theatre experience’ told the story of the galaxy, and was the major cultural event of the Palmerston North centennial. It was composed by Jenny McLeod and brought to production by Peter Tulloch. The work included more than 1000 performers, some 440 of them school children. There were four orchestras, six choirs, ten conductors, a rock band and stroboscopic lighting, with images of children’s paintings projected around the perimeter of the Pascal St stadium, where it was performed.

 
'Under The Sun' flyer

'Under The Sun' flyer

'Under the Sun' was Palmerton North's Centennial production, preformed on 29 and 30 May 1971. With _Under the Sun,_ ‘New Zealand ceases forever to be a provincial society’ wrote playwright Bruce Mason in the\_ New Zealand Listener\_. The initiative of Morva Croxson, this ‘total theatre experience’ told the story of the galaxy, and was the major cultural event of the Palmerston North centennial. It was composed by Jenny McLeod and brought to production by Peter Tulloch. The work included more than 1000 performers, some 440 of them school children. There were four orchestras, six choirs, ten conductors, a rock band and stroboscopic lighting, with images of children’s paintings projected around the perimeter of the Pascal St stadium, where it was performed.

 
'Under The Sun' - premier invitation

'Under The Sun' - premier invitation

Logo for the Centennial production of 'Under the sun', performed twice during the weekend of 29 and 30 May, 1971. With _Under the Sun,_ ‘New Zealand ceases forever to be a provincial society’ wrote playwright Bruce Mason in the_ New Zealand Listener_. The initiative of Morva Croxson, this ‘total theatre experience’ told the story of the galaxy, and was the major cultural event of the Palmerston North centennial. It was composed by Jenny McLeod and brought to production by Peter Tulloch. The work included more than 1000 performers, some 440 of them school children. There were four orchestras, six choirs, ten conductors, a rock band and stroboscopic lighting, with images of children’s paintings projected around the perimeter of the Pascal St stadium, where it was performed.

 
Centennial Choral Festival programme

Centennial Choral Festival programme

A programme from the Centennial Choral Festival held at the Opera House. Performers included the Lyric Singers, The King's Choristers, Palmerston North Girls' High School, Palmerston North Choral Society, Shannon Combined Churches Choir, and the Unity Singers.

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