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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in New Zealand

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February 2019
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ChristchurchWest Side Story, Film with Live Orchestra

Bernstein: West Side Story
Christchurch Symphony Orchestra; Benjamin Northey

NelsonMozart, Brahms, Prokofiev

Mozart, Brahms, Prokofiev
Anthony Marwood; New Zealand String Quartet; Dénes Várjon; Samuel Jacobs


Dénes Várjon; Jerusalem Quartet; Monique Lapins

NelsonSchubert, Doratí, Schumann, Brahms

Schubert, Doratí, Schumann, Brahms
Samuel Jacobs; Anthony Marwood; Dénes Várjon; Thomas Hutchinson

NelsonDénes Várjon Plays Beethoven and Bartók

Beethoven, Bartók
Dénes Várjon, Piano
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Intense Mahler and Schubert from Thomas E. Bauer in Auckland

Thomas E. Bauer © Marco Borggreve
The vocal items in this programme were the most successful, driven as they were by Bauer's searing interpretations.
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A nuanced St Matthew Passion in Auckland

Stephen Layton © Keith Saunders
Stephen Layton returns to Auckland to continue his series of Bach's choral masterpieces with the APO. 
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Talented young cast shines in New Zealand Opera's La bohème

Thomas Atkins (Rodolfo) and Marlena Devoe (Mimì) © David Rowland
It was hard not to be drawn in by the romance and tragedy as presented by such a sincere, credible and vocally talented young cast and a conductor with such strong identification with the idiom.
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Ebullience and piquant timbres: Ensemble Zefiro

Ensemble Zefiro © Ensemble Zefiro
An evening made up of five Mozart divertimentos had its longueurs, but the Italian period instrument ensemble delighted the audience. 
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Stunning Weber from Andreas Ottensamer in Auckland

Andreas Ottensamer © Katja Ruge | Decca
The Viennese clarinettist joined the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra and Carlos Miguel Prieto in a programme of Copland, Weber and Shostakovich.
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