Jennie will be opening for harpist Cathie Harrop at her very special album re-release event.
Cathie will be performing a wide variety of songs from her career spanning repertoire. Albums will be available for purchase on the night.
Tickets available from $20 available at Under the Radar
This is a BYO event (glasses supplied)
The Manukau Symphony Orchestra presents a program of Slavic landscapes.
Tchaikovsky - Concerto for Violin in D Major
Tchaikovsky - Symphony No 1 ‘Winter Dreams’ in G Minor
Soloist - Amalia Hall , Violin
Conductor - Uwe Grodd
Tickets from $18 available through Eventfinda
The Manukau Symphony Orchestra opens it’s 2019 season with a musical ‘degustation’ from around the world.
RAVEL - Bolero (FR)
NERUDA - Trumpet Concerto (CZ)
RUTTER - Suite Antique for Flute and Strings (GB)
FINZI - Ecologue for Piano and Strigs (GB)
BLAIR - Whanau (NZ)
TCHAIKOVSKY - 1812 Overture (RU)
Conductor/Soloist (Piano) : Ray Chan
Solists: Matthew Verril (Trumpet), Melody Lin (Flute)
Tickets go on sale 4th February. Bookings through eventfinda.
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In association with Nathan Homestead, as part of their annual Summer Theatre in the Gardens programme, TAPA (Tautua Aiga of Performance Art) present Alofagia: Le Opera.
Alofagia: Le Opera is a multisensory experience, featuring the powerful voices of internationally-renowned tenor brothers, Pene and Amitai Pati, and their baritone cousin Moses Mackay – of Sol3 Mio. The trio will premiere an original composition by Poulima Salima this February, with guest artists and local community members.
Directed by award-winning Anapela Polata’ivao, choreographed by Tupua Tigafua, and with costume design by Lindah Lepou, Alofagia: Le Opera is a unique, new work that promotes Pacific creatives and aims to be a source of inspiration and encourage a sense of pride in the Pacific community.
“Alofagia: Le Opera is an uplifting theatre experience, drawing on ancient Samoan truths and echoing a time when Gods governed,” explains Polata’ivao. “It is a unique theatre event, traversing the realms of a re-imagined ancient Samoa, through a ceremony of pesepesega (singing), projection and movement.”
Show duration approx 90mins.
Tickets start at $12. Sets strictly limited. Book at eventfinda.
The Manukau Symphony Orchestra celebrates it's 25th anniversary with a programme of well known classical masterpieces.
HANDEL - Music for the Royal Fireworks
BACH - Piano Concerto in D MInor
TCHAIKOVSKY - Romeo and Juliet Fantasy Overture
RACHMANINOV - Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini
Tickets available now from $15
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Clevedon Valley Music Foundation presents a journey to the four corners of the world with a celebration of music from two brilliant contemporary classical composers.
Selected choral works by Chris Artley (NZ/UK)
Stabat Mater by Vladimir Romanov (Russia/Germany)
for Orchestra and Choir
Soloists: Gina Saunders - Soprano; Lara Hall - Violin
The Manukau Symphony Orchestra presents a somewhat patriotic and reflective programme.
SMETANA - Moldau from Ma Vlast
SCHUMANN - Cello Concerto in A MInor
DVORAK - Symphony no.7 in D Minor
Conductor: Timothy Carpenter
Soloist: Edward King
Tickets available from $15.
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The Manukau Symphony Orchestra presents a special programme of Romance. Including the premier performance of Te Ahukaramü Charles Royal’s work Whitiora for cello, orchestra and chanting voice. Charles, himself, will perform the ‘chanting voice’.
This is followed by:
Glière - Concerto for Harp and Orchestra in Eb Major
Beethoven - Symphony No. 4 in Bb Major
Tickets from $34. Book online at www.ticketdirect.co.nz or call (09) 5773031.
Visit manukausymphony.org.nz for more information about the Manukau Symphony Orchestra.
A concert of favourite music for mothers of all ages. You will be treated to harps, cellos, songs and more, in the wonderful setting of the historic Highwic House in Newmarket, where you can enjoy a wine or juice before the concert. The ticket price also includes entry to visit the main house where you can view a special exhibition of vintage wedding dresses.
Tickets are $25. Phone (09) 479 2361 to book or email email@example.com
The Aorangi Symphony Orchestra presents a programme of romantic Spanish music to conclude the week of Valentines Day.
Villa Lobos - Preludios No. 1 & 4, for guitar solo.
- Bachianas Brasilieras No. 5. for soprano & 8 Celli
- Concerto for guitar and orchestra
Rodrigo - Concierto de Aranjuez, for guitar and orchestra
Soprano - Elizabeth Mandeno
Classical Guitar - Jane Curry & John Couch
Conductor - Sarah Bisley
General Admission: $49
Students and Children: $20
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The show that has seen popularity in Auckland Te Aroha adn Matamata in 2015 comes now to Tauranga. The stories and songs from the home front in WWI, the women of NZ who were left to coordinate their own war effort. There are tales of woe, plenty of laughs and even the audience will be doing their bit.
TIckets available from the Tauranga Art Gallery or Phone (07) 578 793.
A new show written and arranged by Jennie Khan, inspired by the cabaret of the 1940's and 50's, No Regrets will take you back to a time of glamorous film stars, show-biz gossip, fashion and of course the music. The songs of Edith Piaf, Marlene Dietrich and Judy Garland provide the canvas for this unusual musical experience...
A unique evening of entertainment in the Victorian tradition, with music, stories, letters and even some games. Come and soak up the ambience of this beautiful historic home, if you arrive a little early you can enjoy a glass of wine and explore the house and its lovely grounds. After the concert indulge in an opulent supper with the performers.
Starring Cathie Harrop, George Henare with musicians Paul Harrop Jennie Khan and Dave Khan.