The National Youth Orchestra meets in Wellington in February 2018 for a summer camp and concert.
Choir of Wellington Cathedral recorded exactly 30 years ago by RNZ.
The Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra's concert is called 'Degenerate' because that is the label given to each of the works on the programme, by the Third Reich.
Carnegie Hall Live 2019 - Martha Argerich & Rome's Santa Cecilia Orchestra
The 'Bach by Candlelight' concert at the Adam Chamber Music Festival has become a much-loved tradition. The dimly-lit atmosphere, beautiful music and special acoustics in Christ Church Cathedral in Nelson make for a very special experience.
The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra presents Beethoven's first and last symphonies.
Australian guitarist Slava Grigoryan joins the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra, conducted by Carlos Miguel Prieto, for music from Spain and the USA.
Trumpeter Håkan Hardenberger will be in New Zealand later this year. Here he's at Carnegie Hall with the Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by Andris Nelsons.
Violinist Wilma Smith brings two friends from Melbourne to play chamber music by Gareth Farr, Ian Munro and Jean Françaix.
It's an all-Russian banquet tonight. Johannes Moser plays a powerful cello concerto by Shostakovich and the orchestra plays Borodin and Prokofiev.
3.00pm Turning Points - with New Zealand String Quartet
8.00pm Invitation to the Dance - with Orchestra Wellington
The Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra's concertmaster Andrew Beer plays György Ligeti's brilliant and fiendishly difficult Violin Concerto.
The West-Eastern Divan Orchestra conducted by Daniel Barenboim makes a bold statement at Carnegie Hall.
Hungarian pianist Dénes Várjon plays Beethoven and Bartók.
Macedonian pianist Simon Trpčeski plays one of the world's best-loved concertos with the NZSO, between orchestral works by Shostakovich.
From the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra's 'Great Classics' series this concert is called Baroque Voices.
For this episode of Carnegie Hall Live, the period-instrument ensemble Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique led by John Eliot Gardiner presented an all-Berlioz programme.
The centerpiece of the broadcast is Harold in Italy, a work that beautifully shows the composer's talent for painting pictures with music. The featured soloist is violist Antoine Tamestit.
The night's selections also include a pair of vocal works, La mort de Cléopâtre and excerpts from his grand opera Les Troyens, featuring mezzo-soprano Lucile Richardot.
Two shorter concerts from the Adam Chamber Music Festival recorded in Nelson in February 2019.
Basque pianist, Marta Zabaleta plays a richly engaging programme, which she calls "Chopin in Mallorca", combining some of the music that Chopin wrote during a near-disastrous holiday on that Spanish island in the Mediterranean, along with music by Spanish composers.