Young singer sings to her mother

Mother’s Day is this Sunday and for two years now North Shore Brass has celebrated Megan Reigel Headshotwith aplomb at the Spencer on Byron Hotel ball room with a full concert of music and song.

Entitled “Songs For Your Mother” the band this year welcomes up-and- coming voice student Megan Riegel to their event. Megan is studying conjointly Classical Performance and Exercise Science at the University of Auckland.

The mixture of two degrees means I can move into the rehabilitation and resistance training on vocal anatomy to improve and prevent injury “ says Reigel.

We are looking forward to performing with Megan as the concert is a favourite for families that enjoy great music from the modern day and back 80 years. Guests are seated at tables of up to eight and enjoy refreshments while listening to music from Broadway to the Westend” says band president Owen Melhuish

North Shore Brass is the current champion band of Auckland and the standard of the band has been at the top level in New Zealand for quite some time under musical director Colin Clark” says Melhuish “He has chosen many show tunes as well as other classics that will have the crowd tapping their feet”

Joining the band will be the training group North Shore Brass Academy Band under Steve Foster. This is a band of over 25 players from eight to eighty that enjoy community concerts as well as competitions.


Sunday 13 May 2.30 pm Spencer on Byron Hotel Ball room – 17 Byron Avenue Takapuna

Tickets available via band manager John Sullivan ph 021 736 832

Adults $25; Seniors $20 Tables $150 (eight seats)


Contact – Owen Melhuish ph: 027 2120405 e:

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