Arts

August 1 What’s On

CONCERTS August 4: Wellington-based organist Tom Chatterton celebrates Norma's 100th anniversary with a programme of English works and two works by Anthony Ritchie, 2pm, Dunedin...

Top-notch cast for Opera Otago’s ‘Mikado’

Flirting is punishable by death in a fictional Japan, putting just about everyone in jeopardy in Gilbert & Sullivan's high-spirited, satirical comic opera The...

Conductor loving work with DSO

Working with leading Dunedin string players Tessa Petersen (violin) and Heleen du Plessis (cello) is a delight for Melbourne-based conductor Richard Davis. In Dunedin this...

Long-term art exhibition unveiled

After months of careful selection and planning, Dunedin Public Art Gallery has unveiled a new long-term, collection-based exhibition. Curated by Lucy Hammonds and Lauren Gutsell,...

Film festival approaches

Film buffs, rejoice! The 43rd New Zealand International Festival is just three weeks away, with 79 feature-length films from 34 countries set to screen in...

Young poets invited to find ‘voice’ via contest

Young Dunedin poets are being invited to find their "voice" through the 2019 WriteNow secondary schools poetry competition. Now in its sixth year, the poetry...

Thrilled former student to conduct

University of Otago music lecturer, conductor and composer Peter Adams is thrilled that former student Tecwyn Evans will conduct the world premiere of his...

Dunedin debut for orchestra

The New Zealand Doctors' Orchestra will perform in Dunedin for the first time this weekend, as part of the University of Otago's 150th anniversary...

Pop-up Globe tour coming to city

After performing to more than 600,000 people across Australasia, Auckland's Pop-up Globe is on the road and heading for Dunedin. Founder and artistic director Dr...

Southern choirs ready for the next Big Sing

About 600 young singers will step into the limelight on stage at the Dunedin Town Hall in next week's secondary school choirs event, The...

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