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Musique classique, opéra, ballet et danse en Auckland, Nouvelle-Zélande

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AucklandResurrection

Mahler: Symphonie no. 2 en ut mineur 'Résurrection'
New Zealand Symphony Orchestra; Edo de Waart; Lauren Snouffer; Anna Larsson; Voices New Zealand Chamber Choir; Auckland Choral Society

AucklandBeethoven 250: The Romantic

Beethoven
Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra; Giordano Bellincampi

AucklandBeethoven 250: The Revolutionary

Beethoven
Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra; Giordano Bellincampi

AucklandBeethoven 250: The Radical

Beethoven
Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra; Giordano Bellincampi; Madeleine Pierard; Kristin Darragh; Amitai Pati; Teddy Tahu Rhodes
Critiques récentesEn voir plus...

NZSO's enthralling Salonen and Schubert

Jennifer Koh © Juergen Frank
Edo de Waart and the NZSO thrill with the old warhorse that is Schubert's ninth as much as in an insightful and exciting rendition of Salonen's Violin Concerto.

Ambiguity rules in New Zealand Opera's Turn of the Screw

Anna Leese (Governess) © Marty Melville
Astonishingly vivid performances from an ensemble cast made it one of the most outstanding of their recent productions, an auspicious sign as de Mallet Burgess takes over the General Directorship of the company.

Grotesquery and cowhorns in Auckland

Vesa-Matti Leppänen, Håkan Hardenberger and HK Gruber with the NZSO © NZSO
It was an altogether riotous and highly enjoyable performance of a wacky work, one long overdue to be heard in this country.

Intense Schubert and Ravel from the Mullova trio

Viktoria Mullova © Heike Fischer Fotografie
A case of musical minds being in particularly close interpretative sync, revealing the music not through showy display but through restrained but intense concentration.

Viktoria Mullova's intense Sibelius in Auckland

Viktoria Mullova © Benjamin Ealovega
In the exquisite singing line of the second movement, the appeal was not just in her beauty of tone but in the concentrated feeling Mullova brought to the shaping of each phrase.

Exploring the fugue with the Brodsky Quartet in Auckland

Brodsky Quartet © Duncan Matthews
This was a true tour de force and a fitting climax to a rather miraculous examination of counterpoint through musical history.