Pianist Stephen Hough joins the NZSO for one of the mightiest concertos in the repertoire.
Chamber Music New Zealand presents Brodsky Quartet.
- 7:00 AKIHO: Karakurenai
- 7:00 BEETHOVEN: Cello Sonata No 4
- 7:00 BODY: Fire in the Belly
- 7:00 WARE: Cavernous Ruins
- 7:00 BEETHOVEN: Cello Sonata No 5
- 7:00 Ed Ware introduces Cavernous Ruins
- 8:00 BRAHMS: Piano Trio No 3 in C minor Op 101
- 8:00 Avner DORMAN: Piano Trio No 2
- 8:00 SHOSTAKOVICH: Piano Trio No 2 in E minor Op 67
Richard Davy's "Passio Domini Nostri Jesu Christe" as conceived by Jack Body and elaborated by him and fellow New Zealand composers Gillian Whitehead, Ross Harris, Lissa Meridan, David Farquhar, and Michael Norris.
The Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra plays a concert of French music featuring star harpsichord player, Mahan Esfahani
Piers Lane (piano) and Hiroshi Ikematsu (double bass) join the New Zealand String Quartet for this entertaining Chamber Music New Zealand concert.
Stefan Jackiw plays Brahms' Violin Concerto in D and the Orchestra plays a new work by Gareth Farr, and Tchaikovsky's Fourth Symphony.
- 8:00 The Koi Boys and the APO - complete concert
- 8:01 The Koi Boys and the APO - All about the bass
- 8:02 The Koi Boys and the APO - Cry to me
- 8:03 The Koi Boys and the APO - Change is gonna come
- 8:04 The Koi Boys and the APO - I am, I said
- 8:05 The Koi Boys and the APO - Hotline Bling
- 8:06 The Koi Boys and the APO - Love you most of all
- 8:07 The Koi Boys and the APO - Meant to be
- 8:08 The Koi Boys and the APO - Goody goody
- 8:09 The Koi Boys and the APO - Smile
- 8:10 The Koi Boys and the APO - Hey, Señorita
- 8:11 The Koi Boys and the APO - Cherry Lips
- 8:12 The Koi Boys and the APO - Shake it
- 8:13 The Koi Boys and the APO - Sh-Boom
Direct from the Auckland Town Hall
APO: Elgar's Cello Concerto
BOULANGER: D'un matin de printemps;
ELGAR: Cello Concerto in E minor Op 85;
Umberto Clerici (cello), Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Ludovic Morlot
Lili Boulanger died tragically young. It is hard to believe that this fresh, vibrant tone-poem is one of her last works. In fact the details in the score had to be completed by her elder sister.
Acclaimed soloist and Sydney Symphony principal cellist Umberto Clerici joins the APO to play Elgar’s elegiac concerto, a lament for the England erased by the First World War.
Stravinsky’s vividly colourful ballet celebrates Russian folk culture. It is set in a fairground and Stravinsky said you should be able to smell the food in the music. Amongst the gaudy hustle and bustle, a sinister Magician brings his puppets to life.
NZTrio: Natalie Lin (violin), Ashley Brown (cello), Sarah Watkins (piano) - play music by two New Zealand composers plus Bax and Beethoven.
American mezzo Sasha Cooke sings Berlioz and the orchestra premières a new work by Salina Fisher.
- 8:00 WALTON: Piano Quartet
- 8:00 Andrew LEATHWICK: Piano Quartet No 1 (première)
- 8:00 BRAHMS: Piano Quartet No 3 in C minor Op 60
- 7:30 BACH Fantasia; Leonie HOLMES Fantasia
- 7:30 BACH Allemande; Chris GENDALL Monolithe Allemand
- 7:30 BACH Corrente; Christopher NORTON Corrente
- 7:30 BACH Sarabande; Alex TAYLOR Sarabande, Inertia Study
- 7:30 BACH Burlesca; Juliet PALMER Burl
- 7:30 BACH Scherzo; Celeste ORAM $cher.zo [Two one four-hundred and thirteen dollars forty]
- 7:30 BACH Gigue; Helen BOWATER Gigue – a Pataphor
Pianist Joyce Yang joins the NZSO for Brahms and the orchestra plays Strauss and Elgar.
- 7:30 Celeste ORAM: Young People's Guide to the Orchestra
- 7:30 James MACMILLAN: Veni, Veni, Emmanuel
- 7:30 Reuben JELLEYMAN: Vespro
- 7:30 Benjamin BRITTEN: Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra
- 8:00 BEETHOVEN: String Quartet in F Op 18 No 1
- 8:00 BARTÓK: String Quartet No 1 in A minor SZ40
- 8:00 SCHUMANN: String Quartet in A Op 41 No 3
For Anzac Day we present Exaudi - Songs for cello and choir by Andrew Joyce and The Tudor Consort.
Janine Jansen is one of the top violinists in the world today. She plays Sibelius' Violin Concerto with the NZSO.