Jennie Khan

Freelance Cellist and Teacher

Jennie Khan is an Auckland based cellist and cello teacher. She has a variety of experience performing both here and in Europe and has been teaching students of all ages for many years.

Aug
31
8:00 PM20:00

Kumeu Live - Cathie Harrop with Dave Khan & Jennie Khan

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)

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Sep
29
4:00 PM16:00

MSO - Eroica

The Manukau Symphony Orchestra together with the Howick School of Music presents a performance of Beethovens Eroica Symphony following a weekend of mentoring and workshops with a groups of talented young students.

Free Entry

Beethoven - Eroica Symphony

Conductor - Uwe Grodd

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Mar
9
7:30 PM19:30

MSO - Bolero

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.

For more event info and updates visit facebook.

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Feb
14
to Feb 16

Alofagia: Le Opera

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.

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