Arts

‘Space to stare at the sun’

Dunedin residents are invited to forget the winter chill and bask in the fierce glow of the sun in the latest Urban Dream Brokerage...

Play offers a new take on love story

After studying Indian Ink's play The Pickle King in Year 11, having the chance to perform the play's leading role is thrilling for New...

Armload of trophies in Gore

Dunedin singer-songwriter Jean Barkman "fantastic" weekend in Gore, walking away with an armload of trophies from the New Zealand Gold Guitar Awards. Competing in the...

Dunedin musos pay tribute to Beatles

Dunedin musicians will play tribute to the Beatles tonight at a concert celebrating the 50th anniversary of the band's Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club...

Composer in concert

Beloved works by Sibelius and Prokofiev will be performed by the Dunedin Symphony Orchestra this Saturday under the baton of Marc Taddei. American-born Taddei is the...

Singer busking to get to top course

A Dunedin opera singer will be busking in George St for the next few weeks in the hope of getting to Perth for an internationally...

Flying Nun event at old stomping ground

Get set to take a journey down musical memory lane this Saturday, when several Flying Nun stalwarts gather at the Captain Cook Hotel. Held as...

Music among the books

Dunedin's musical talent will be back in the spotlight as the Nook and Cranny Music Festival returns this weekend. Held as part of NZ Music Month,...

Oboist to step into the limelight

Wellington oboist Robert Orr is looking forward to stepping from the ranks of the orchestra to the front of the stage as soloist with...

Denver show ‘lot of fun’

  Dunedin singer-songwriter Bevan Gardiner change of pace as he steps from daily life into the bright lights in the large-scale touring show Take Me...

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