- 7:30 COLEMAN: Red Clay and Mississippi Delta
- 7:30 RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Selections from Scheherazade
- 7:30 PIAZZOLLA arr Scott: Contrabajissimo
- 7:30 NATALIE HUNT: Snapshots (première)
- 7:30 D'RIVERA: A Farewell Mambo
- 7:30 SHAHEEN arr Scott: Dance Mediterranea
- 7:30 SPIRITUAL arr Coleman: Go tell it on the Mountain
3.00pm The Auckland Town Hall Organ: Michael Stewart
After 15 live concerts recorded in 10 days in sunny Nelson we reach the Grand Finale of the 2019 Adam Chamber Music Festival. Artistic Directors for this growing Festival are Helene Pohl and Gillian Ansell.
Vesa-Matti Leppänen leads his fellow NZSO principals in a baroque programme highlighting the music of JS Bach.
A double header from the 2019 Adam Chamber Music Festival held in Nelson.
Tango! and Swedish Fantasy
3.00pm Wallace International Piano Festival: a recital by Canadian pianist Avan Yu
There was quite a Viennese theme running through the 2019 Adam Chamber Music Festival. This concert features more music by Franz Schubert and Brahms.
3.00pm Orchestra Wellington: Houstoun & Debussy
8.00pm Wallace International Piano Festival: Lixin Zhang (piano)
Wellington choir Inspirare takes us deep into Russian tradition.
The Christchurch Symphony Orchestra marks the centenary of Sir Edmund Hillary's birth with a newly commissioned work.
A piano recital from the legendary Sir Andras Schiff in which he turns more than one convention on its head.
We have works from two concerts recorded at the 2019 Adam Chamber Music Festival in Nelson.
- 8:01 SCHUBERT: Eight Songs
- 8:02 RAVEL: Three Songs from Histoires Naturelles
- 8:03 Gareth FARR: Ornithological Anecdotes
- 8:04 VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Songs of Travel
- 8:05 SIBELIUS: Säv, säv, susa; Svarta rosor
- 8:06 Three theatre songs by GERSWHIN, SHERWIN, and PORTER
- 8:07 RODGERS & HAMMERSTEIN: Some Enchanted Evening - encore
3.00 pm NZSO performs music from seven Harry Potter films
8.00 pm Andrew Beer (violin), Sarah Watkins (piano)
Jordi Savall leads his ensemble 'Le Concert des Nations' in a programme of the soundtrack to "Tous les matins du monde," featuring the works of Lully, Couperin, Rameau and more, live from Carnegie Hall.
Eight star performers of the festival mix-and-match to perform music by Dvořák and Bartók, as well as a new work by New Zealander Louise Webster.
The NZSO National Youth Orchestra celebrates 60 years since their first concert, and they're joined by the National Youth Choir who are co-incidentally marking their 40th birthday.
This year's 'Opera in Concert' from the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra is Mozart's Don Giovanni.