WATCH: What's coming up at Music in Parks 2019
Check out the first look at the summer series!
Aotea Centre to close for refurbishment
The Aotea Centre will close for refurbishment in October.
Auckland City of Music strategy launched
A new strategy will outline the benefits of being a City of Music and a plan to develop Auckland as a music city.
Stand Up Stand Out 2018 winners announced
SUSO 2018 has delivered another year of exceptional talent.
Performing arts workshops inspire the next generation
A free afterschool programme is teaching singing, acting and rapping to young people across Auckland.
Do you know what a harpsichord is?
Don’t worry if you don't: we find out from harpsichord master Robert Petre.
Aucklanders value the arts, research shows
Research shows participation in the arts is at the highest level recorded in Auckland.
Thursday Heritage Concerts - Pieces of eight
Enjoy the chamber music repertoire that involve eight players feature in this first concert of our Autumn Series.
Mr Yipadee - Nee Naw Man!
Join Nee Naw the Little Fire Engine, Stink-o-saurus, Granny’s Undies, and the brand new book Dusty the Digger as Deano takes you on a hilarious comedy live-music adventure!
Learn acting/stagecraft, Bollywood fusion dancing, Indian Raga singing, poetry, oblique ethnic flute playing, and percussion.
Roman Rudnytsky: A Pianistic Feast of Music
The concert will include Works by Chopin, Ravel, Liszt, and others.
All For Peace - ANZAC Tribute
Enjoy music from many eras performed by our young musicians.
The Ten Tenors
Their signature brand of music featuring 10-part harmonies has been enjoyed by more than 90 million people worldwide.
HeritageTalks: Audioculture Presents: Gareth Shute - Music and New Zealand
Learn why so many venues in the ‘70s were in hotels and how alcohol-themed bands like Beam and Distillery came to be.