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CHRISTCHURCH MAIL, JUNE 13, 2013
Winter is the ideal tme to sell
your home, says award winning
Harcourts Vision real estate
agent, Cheryl Wright.
Today s market is going really
well, and in winter there is also
the potental for premium prices,
due to lack of competton.
With the low sun and your home
toasty warm inside, its a great
tme to sell.
Buyers get to see the home as it
really is - if your home is lovely in
the winter, it will be amazing in
If you are thinking about listng
your home, Cheryl has a proven
track record of success.
Since joining Harcourts Vision
in 2006, she is now one of the
top 125 agents in the country,
number 30 in Canterbury,
and has been number one at
Harcourts Vision for three years.
She is totally commited, very
patent and listens to her clients
needs. Her caring and personable
nature is what keeps them
returning to her, and her success
comes from being passionate
about helping people get to
where they want to go.
Although Cheryl is well known in
the north west area, she oﬀers
her services all over the city, from
north New Brighton to Halswell.
She is successful in selling a
variety of propertes, including
those worth in excess of
Cheryls honesty, integrity
and trustworthiness, along
with her strong marketng and
negotatng skills, make her a true
professional. She oﬀers a caring
and gentle approach, which her
The beter you get to know the
people you are working for, the
easier it is to help them fnd what
they are looking for.
She is always happy to have
a chat if you just want some
Theres no magic in real estate,
she says, just hard work.
You can be assured of an
enthusiastc and motvated real
estate professional that is looking
afer your total needs when you
work with Cheryl
Perfect time to sell your house
79 Somerville Crescent,
SOLD AT AUCTION
44 Wayside Ave,
SOLD AT AUCTION
1/70 Pacific Road,
Licensed Sales Consultant
Visions Real Estate Ltd
Licensed Agent REAA 2008
127 Farrington Avenue, Bishopdale.
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X FACTOR: St Andrews College chamber music, Strowan String Trio, were the first to perform as part of the Outstanding
Young Mucisians in Concert series, which started last Friday. From left, Jooyoung Kim, 13, Joseph Yoon, 13, William
Concert series starts
LAST FRIDAY a concert series
starring outstanding young
musicians began at the Music
Centre of Christchurch.
Every Friday, for a $5 donation,
audiences can enjoy a 40 minute
concert from 1.10pm at the Music
Centre s temporary location, St
Augustines Church in Cashmere.
Reviews of the concerts will be
published the following week in
the Christchurch Mail.
The concerts run until Decem-
ber and include students from city
high schools, the CPIT Jazz
School, the Pettman National
Junior Academy of Music, and the
University of Canterbury.
Performers range in age from
nine to 22 years and will deliver a
variety of genres including classi-
cal, jazz and percussion and musi-
cal theatre, artistic director Trish
The series gives young
musicians an opportunity to share
their talents and has also attrac-
ted performers from around the
Last year a group of vocalists
from Otago University came, and
will do the same again this year.
They will be joined by students
from Auckland University and the
New Zealand School of Music in
Wellington, Ms Rainey said.
Audiences would be impressed
with the high standard of talent
on offer, Ms Rainey said.
The standard is quite astonish-
ing, they are like virtuoso perfor-
Music Centre of Christchurch
presents: Outstanding young
musicians in concert
St Andrew's College chamber
June 7, St Augustine's Church,
Reviewed by Margaret
FOUR CHAMBER groups, direc-
ted by Mark Hodgkinson, started
this series which is an admirable
opportunity for emerging, out-
standing performers in Christ-
This programme featured both
young and more experienced
chamber ensembles and began
with the Accidentals, three young
brass players performing a Minuet
and Trio by Purcell.
The Strowan String Trio fol-
lowed with a lovely work in G
Minor by Borodin and demon-
strated a good sense of musical
A much more challenging piece,
the Dumky Trio, by Dvorak, was
next performed by 8Strings
88Keys, who have played together
for four years now, developing
their skills for a musically sensi-
tive and passionate performance.
Their playing really pleased an
Another brass ensemble, the
Strowan Brass Trio played the
Scherzo and Chaconne from Koet-
sier s Irisches Trio. Koetsier was a
prolific composer and conductor in
the Netherlands who died in 2006.
This trio was well prepared and
played the dramatic and challeng-
ing music with exciting, dynamic
energy, expertly using an array of
brass mutes to enhance the effec-
tiveness of the performance. Some
senior students played in several
groups including Isaac Shatford
who impressed with both violin
and piano performances, as well
as leading the Chamber Orches-
The Chamber Orchestra com-
pleted this successful programme
with a sturdy confident perform-
ance of three movements from
Handel s beloved Water Music.
Tomorrow s Outstanding Young
Musician lunchtime concert at
1.10pm is a piano recital from Ste-
phen Watson featuring works by
Bach, Haydn and Chopin.
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