Farm fundraiser marries music and sculpture
A stunning fundraiser's been held at the renowned Gibbs Farm near Auckland - seeing a combined choir bring music to the sculpture park as exotic animals looked on.
Westlake's award winning choirs - Voicemale from Westlake Boys' and Choralation from Westlake Boys' and Girls' High Schools - will be touring Italy this July and competing in the second Leonardo da Vinci International Choral Festival in Florence.
On April 7 the choirs combined for a spectacular fundraiser at the world class sculpture park in the Kaipara Harbour.
Gibbs farm is owned and developed by businessman Alan Gibbs. It’s home to the biggest collection of large scale outdoor sculptures in New Zealand. It’s private – but open to the public on certain days of the year. The 400 hectare property 47 kilometres from Auckland is a working farm but also home to several exotic animals including emus and giraffes.