AGM 2022


The 2022 Annual General Meeting will be held on Sunday 13 November at 1.00 pm in the Small Hall of the Waikanae Memorial Hall. Come along to hear how the Society performed this year, and to be first to learn about the programme for 2023.


  1. Apologies
  2. Confirmation of Minutes of AGM held on Sunday 15 November 2020
  3. Matters arising
  4. President’s report
  5. Treasurer’s report
  6. Appointment of Reviewer
  7. Election of Officers
  8. Announcement of 2023 Concert Season
  9. Announcement of 2022 Young Musicians Trust award winners
  10. General business

Kapiti Student Musicians 2023

2:30pm Sunday 28 May 2023 

and Sunday 12 November 2023

These concerts are designed to provide local music students with stage experience, including learning how to acknowledge applause. The standard of performance is excellent every year and these young people are among the best at their level.  The student concerts provide a delightful opportunity for our audiences to enjoy a selection of short pieces played with “heart” and commitment, by the talented students in our district.

Entry is by donation. There is no set charge.

We cannot know in advance just what each programme will contain, but there are always some very good pianists and we also expect other instrumentalists or singers and a mix of traditional and innovative musical groups.

Some of our former student musicians have gone on to greater things…

Baritone Kieran Rayner has graduated from London’s Royal College
of Music International Opera School where he had generous support
from the Kiri Te Kanawa Foundation.
Blythe Press (violin) is a member of the Stavanger Symphony Orchestra in Norway.

Robin Shen and Joni Tran – the tallest and the smallest of our batch of talented students in 2017, pose for a photo after concert 11 Nov 2017.