MOSAIC is an unauditioned community choir based in Cambridge, New Zealand. Our group is made up of regular individuals with a wide range of ages, cultures, occupations and interests with one thing common; we all absolutely love to sing!

Our name MOSAIC, reflects the idea of many small pieces joined together to make something even more wonderful than they were on their own. We all like to think we're pretty amazing individuals but have discovered that joined together as a choir, we are capable of absolute magic!

Photos by Brooke Baker

Raglan Workshop

Do you love to sing, well so do we, come & join us in a fun day.

Brooke & Cindy our bright & bubbly Song Leaders will help you share with us some of our favourite songs, along with fresh pieces new to choir & participants.

Fun is the focus of the day, if you're not smiling when you arrive we guarantee you will be when you leave.

The workshop is split into 2 sessions with 1 hour for lunch at noon.

Children under 12 years will need an accompanying adult.

The workshop ends at 3.00 but at 4.00 we invite you to join us in a 1 hour concert which includes songs we have learned together & a Drumming segment which comes from a workshop Mosaic is running with WaiTaiko a traditional Japanese Drum group at ST. Peters Church Hall Raglan

The final part of the concert is a combined Choir Drums number which is sure to Raise The Roof.

Entry to the concert is free to Workshop participants.


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Brooke Baker is a talented musician, singer and performer with an extensive & diverse musical background; Orchestras to Choir to Rock Band, Piccolo to Tuba to Electric Guitar, Te Awamutu to Sydney Opera House to Welsh International Eisteddfod, Chorister to Opera Singer to Cabaret. As MOSAIC's Musical Director, she is strongly committed to extending the choir's musical skills and vocal technique, repertoire and performance experience. All sounds very serious but really she just brings so much outrageous enthusiasm and fun to every rehearsal we can't resist following along.

As an experienced collaborative pianist, Cindy Xia brings to MOSAIC a wide range of skills and a friendly face that keeps everyone singing together and having a great time. Cindy studied piano performance and studio pedagogy at the University of Auckland, graduating with a Bachelor of Music (HON) with First Class Honours. In 2015 she toured around New Zealand  with her flute and piano ensemble, praised for their dynamic programming and musical chemistry between performers. When Cindy is not tinkling away at the ivories during rehearsal, she can be seen comparing musical notes with Brooke, directing sectionals or even joining the choir to sing along.

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