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New Zealand Herald Premier Series: Conflict & Triumph

14 Nov 2019


Thursday 14 November 2019, 8.00pm - Thursday 14 November 2019, 10.00pm


Auckland Town Hall, 301-303 Queen Street, Auckland CBD

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  • C Reserve: $52
  • B Reserve: $69
  • A Reserve: $89
  • Premier: $110

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  • Conductor Giordano Bellincampi
  • Violin Ning Feng
  • Salina Fisher New work
  • Beethoven Violin Concerto
  • Nielsen Symphony No.5

The extraordinarily talented young New Zealand violinist and composer, Salina Fisher, was the youngest ever winner of The SOUNZ Contemporary Award, and she’s won it again since. We are eagerly waiting to hear what she’s got in store for us in her new piece.

APO favourite Ning Feng returns with Beethoven’s titanic concerto, one of the summits of the violinist’s repertoire.

Giordano Bellincampi continues his survey of his compatriot Carl Nielsen’s music with this remarkable symphony.

The then-recent First World War is echoed in staggeringly violent music, with a rogue snare drum doing its best to upend the orchestra.


Bic Runga and Annie Crummer grace Tuia 250 stage

Bic Runga, Anna Coddington, Ria Hall and Annie Crummer, singing with her Papa Will Crummer, are among many much-loved Kiwi artists bringing music to Te Tangi o Te Moana stage at Karanga Plaza, Wynyard Quarter, from 25 to 28 October.

Auckland amps up for record-breaking summer

Regional Facilities Auckland is anticipating events hosted at its venues will generate an estimated $53 million in visitor spend this summer – eclipsing all previous records.

New Zealand Herald Premier Series: Zarathustra

Although born a generation apart, Mozart and Haydn were dear friends and these two pieces are well paired.