Lunchtime Concert: The Nile Street Project
With their blending sounds of chiming and softly percussive instruments The Nile Street Project are producing lushly harmonic and sonorous atmospheres with their interpretations of contemporary neoclassical compositions from around the world.
This trio from Whakatū/Nelson is producing modern music with clarity, restraint, and a light touch, with a focus of achieving more with less in a bid to provide their audiences with an experience of space, peace, and transparency amid the busyness of our modern world.
Their pieces come from around the globe and feature composers such as Luke Howard (AUS) and Nat Bartsch (AUS), through to Olafur Arnalds (ISL), Sebastian Morawietz (GER), Tristan Eckerson (USA), and Alexandra Strelinski (CAN).
Their music is lightly melodic, pleasingly harmonious, rich with heart and soul, and delivered by three highly experienced musicians with a deep love and respect for sonorous harmonic ambience.
NCMA’s Lunchtime Concert Series is proudly sponsored by Nelson Pine Industries
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