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Beginning on Saturday 2 March, RNZ Concert is making a few changes to the times we broadcast some of our radio programmes.
RNZ Concert's Clarissa Dunn is back to dazzle us with her music knowledge. Some listeners love classical music and can hum the pieces but can't name them - that's where Clarissa comes in. Video, Audio
Tonight's cultural ambassador is Eva Radich who has the details of RNZ Concert's schedule changes and a look at what's new in the classical music world. Audio
RNZ’s music station started to sound a little different starting on Monday. Here’s an outline of the new programmes and hosts you will hear:
Starting this month we’re going to build on what is working and try some new things which we hope will delight you, our audience.
Upbeat's Eva Radich interviews bass-baritone Eric Owens in advance of his performance as Méphistophélès in Berlioz's The Damnation of Faust with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra. Audio
The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra's 2017 performance of Berlioz' Damnation of Faust. Andrew Staples - Tenor, Faust Eric Owens - Bass-baritone, Méphistophélès Alisa Kolosova - Mezzo-soprano… Audio
The 2017 NZSO National Youth Orchestra plays Benjamin Britten's famous 'Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra'. Under the baton of composer and conductor Sir James MacMillan, they also perform his… Video, Audio
We asked listeners, RNZ Concert presenters and players from the orchestra to share their most memorable concert experience with us. Here's what they said... Audio
Peter Sledmere has worked for RNZ for almost 50 years in many guises - from commercial DJ, to newsreader, to Morning Report presenter, to Concert announcer. This week Peter is In the Spotlight to…
To celebrate World Radio Day, RNZ Concert invites you into a world with flashing lights, endless cables, its very own anxieties and its very own language... Audio
Poet Sam Hunt shared his vote for Settling the Score with David Morriss on RNZ Concert's Classic Afternoons. Audio
Clarissa Dunn spoke with Christchurch Symphony Orchestra CEO Gretchen La Roche about her votes in Settling the Score 2016 one of which was Mendelssohn's overture 'Calm Sea and Prosperous Voyage'.
The NZSO's Principal Timpanist Larry Reese spoke with Clarissa Dunn about the three works he voted for in Settling the Score 2016. Audio
Some Fairfax publications have stopped publishing programme information for RNZ Concert.