Greater Auckland Chorus

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The Greater Auckland Chorus (GAC) is a chapter of Sweet Adelines International, an organisation for women who sing unaccompanied four-part

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GAC is an organisation for women who sing unaccompanied four-part harmony, barbershop style.

We have over forty members from the Greater Auckland area, aged 18-85 and from all walks of life. Singing together provides musical development, friendship and great joy to ourselves and our audiences. The Greater Auckland Chorus (GAC) is a chapter of Sweet Adelines International.

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GAC is a chorus for women who sing A Cappella four-part harmony, barbershop style.


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  • Caitlin Craigie

    Caitlin Craigie on 26 Jun 2015

    $20

    Have fun at the hospital! Sorry I couldn‘t make it. Go TEAM VEGAS!

    $20

  • Snedden Publishing Ltd

    Snedden Publishing Ltd on 16 Aug 2013

    $100

    Great idea . I really support this.

    $100

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 19 Jun 2013

    $30

    $30

  • Roger Hurst

    Roger Hurst on 02 May 2013

    Private

    Fantastic, have fun

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  • Kenneth & Lily Grace

    Kenneth & Lily Grace on 30 Apr 2013

    $20

    You can do it!!!

    $20


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