Arts

Rally organiser ‘thrilled’

Organisers of Friday's rally in support of RNZ Concert were "thrilled" with how the event came together. Hundreds of singers, musicians, and music-lovers gathered in...

Memorial window taking form

In a quiet workshop in Dunedin, a dramatic story of the great age of Antarctic exploration is coming to life in stained glass. Designed by...

Cellists to feature at concert

Players with the Dunedin Symphony Orchestra will present their third chamber music Players' Concert this weekend. The Players' Concert, to be held this Sunday, March...

What’s On March 5

CONCERTS AND FESTIVALS Until March 6: Apoapo mini-festival, celebrating experimental Maori and Pasifika art, 23 Princes St. Friday closing event, featuring musical acts from Tamaki...

Mozart and Beethoven’s music demystified

The music in the Dunedin Symphony Orchestra's 2020 season will be "unwrapped" for prospective audiences next week. Prof Anthony Ritchie, head of the University of...

Dutch-NZ trio touring to celebrate new album

Amsterdam-based Dutch-New Zealand trio My Baby are bringing their roots-driven, hypnotic dance music to Kiwi audiences for the fifth time. The band, which has embarked...

African children’s choir to visit

The Watoto Children's Choir, which travels the world sharing a message of hope, will visit Dunedin this weekend. Watoto Children's Choirs have travelled extensively since...

First outings for Octagon Ensemble

Dunedin's newest chamber music group, The Octagon Ensemble, will present its first public concerts this weekend, in Invercargill and Dunedin. Led by director John Buchanan...

What’s On February 27

CONCERTS Feb 29 to march 6: Apoapo mini-festival, celebrating experimental Maori and Pasifika art, March 1: Dunedin’s newest chamber group The Octagon Ensemble presents ‘‘Beginnings’’, works...

Rally to support RNZ Concert

Waiata and a short excerpt from Beethoven's Ode to Joy will be sung during a public protest rally in support of RNZ Concert tomorrow,...
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