NSO Romance Mystery
The Nelson Symphony Orchestra’s final concert for 2018 Romance Mystery will take place at the Auditorium, Nelson Centre of Musical Arts on Saturday 24 November at 7.30pm.
The highlight of the programme will be the return of young Nelson pianist Louis Lucas-Perry performing Rachmaninoff’s dazzling concerto Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini on the Steinway Grand.
Louis has recently graduated Bachelor of Music in Classical Performance from the Victoria University of Wellington.
Popular classical music works in the programme include Schubert’s best loved symphony The Unfinished, Tschaikovsky’s March Slav and Tales from Vienna Woods by Johann Strauss.
Romance Mystery will be conducted by the NSO’s Director of Music, Nigel Weeks.
Children under 18/students: $5
Family (2 adults & 2 children): $56
Booking fees apply ($1.50 online, $2.50 NCMA box office & $3.50 TicketDirect call centre per ticket). A merchant fee may be charged on credit and debit card transactions.
Cash and eftpos available for Door Sales at Nelson Centre of Musical Arts from 9am – 7pm, Monday to Friday and one hour prior to the scheduled performance time.
Please contact Nelson Centre of Musical Arts if you require wheelchair seating on 03 548 9477 or [email protected]