Supertonic is a 64-strong Wellington, based choir that strives to push the boundaries of what choral music can be. The choir was formed in 2014 and since then has performed concerts that cover the entire musical spectrum, from Vaughan Williams' Mass in G Minor to a pop spectacular celebrating Fleetwood Mac and David Bowie. More recently the choir has performed alongside Brett Mckenzie and The Muppets in the Jim Henson Retrospectacle and Mama Kin Spender at the local Coastella music festival. In 2020 Supertonic is returning to its classical music roots, with a programme of choral classics, plus an exciting pop extravaganza. Watch this space!
Supertonic's musical director Isaac Stone has led the choir since its inception. A teacher of classroom music and leader of the choral programme at Tawa College in Wellington, he places a premium on making choral music that is enjoyable and accessible to singers and audiences alike.