23 Apr - 24 Apr
A one-woman show tackling all of Jane Austen’s characters with song, dance and appalling cross-stitching.
Delta Goodrem has provided a soundtrack to the lives of a generation of music fans in Australia, the UK and around the world.
The remarkable story of 100 years of Auckland Musical Theatre.
Giordano Bellincampi conducts an all-star cast, led by New Zealand sensations Kirstin Sharpin and Simon O’Neill, in a work where political and ethical concerns are as true and as urgent for us today as they were for Beethoven.
Beethoven Symphony No.4 and Symphony No.5 performed by the APO.
Discover the story behind this infamous concert with Marija Naumovska and learn more about the music Handel wrote for it.
They called Haydn ‘the Father of the Symphony’, and he’d earned the moniker. In these pieces, his inexhaustible creativity is at full stretch.
From an original story by Michael Bond, Paddington Bear’s First Concert is a delightful tale for the whole family with a special orchestral score.
New Zealand conductor Holly Mathieson returns to the podium for the APO. Gershwin’s breezy concerto.
A concert of selected poems by Katherine Mansfield, set to contemporary music composed by several of our leading songwriters and recording artists.