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Música clásica, ópera, ballet y danza en Auckland, Nueva Zelanda

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AucklandJames Ehnes / Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra

Beethoven, Bernstein, Prokofiev
Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra; Giordano Bellincampi; James Ehnes

AucklandUp close with Baroque Concertos

Unknown, Bach
Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra; Xin (James) Jin

AucklandBenjamin Bayl / Anna Leese / The Graduate Choir NZ

Unknown
Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra; Benjamin Bayl; Anna Leese; The Graduate Choir NZ

AucklandGeneva Lewis plays Barber

Korngold, Barber, Dvořák
Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra; Giordano Bellincampi; Geneva Lewis

AucklandGiordano Bellincampi conducts Beethoven

Beethoven
Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra; Giordano Bellincampi; Kirstin Sharpin; Sally-Anne Russell; Manase Latu; Teddy Tahu Rhodes

AucklandVictoria Kelly: RequiemWorld premiere

Solly, Ruby, Debussy, Mahler, Kelly
Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra; Vincent Hardaker; Simon O'Neill; Jayne Tankersley; Luminata Voices; Unknown
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Unearthing New Zealand's lost art-song tradition

In this part-concert and part-lecture, Michael Vinten chronicles the history or New Zealand art song through the lives of the composers and poets featured, stories alternately hilarious and tragic.

The highest beauty imaginable: astonishing Prokofiev from Hilary Hahn

Hahn balanced tranquility and ferocity in Prokofiev's First Violin Concerto, and conductor Gemma New drew out an especially nuanced reading of Shostakovich's Fifth Symphony.

Requiem opens the APO's miniature Verdi Festival

An excitingly theatrical Verdi Requiem under Giordano Bellincampi, benefitting greatly from a mostly stunning line-up of solo singers.

Christian Li displays stunning virtuosity in Saint-Saëns and Ravel

An astonishing showcase, with Christian Li tackling both works with technical skill and swagger that belied his tender age. 

A taste of Vienna with the Auckland Philharmonia

The slow movement is gorgeous in an unashamedly romantic fashion and Morrison, some moments of uncertain intonation aside, gave a poetic rendition, at times fining his sound down to the most exquisite filigree of sound. 

A meeting of cultures in NZSO's Matariki concert

A combination of Western orchestral tradition and traditional Māori culture proves a fascinating and a worthwhile contribution to New Zealand’s orchestral repertoire.