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Don’t miss this the only NZ concert by the Kyoto Festival Choir. They will be joined by the Nelson Festival Choir, a combined local choir, for an a cappela concert with a difference.
'The Organist Entertains' was a long-running music programme broadcast on BBC Radio 2. Alan's programme aims to capture the spirit of the variety of organ music that each broadcast offered.
Don't miss this wonderful opportunity to play the Cawthron Organ & raise funds to ensure its future at the same time! You'll get 10 minutes of play for $20. Call, email or come in and see us to book.
Juliet Ayre (violin) and Richard Mapp (piano) transport you to the cafés and musical cuisine of France, with works by Ravel, Debussy, and César Franck’s beautiful Violin and Piano Sonata in A.
Nelson Centre of Musical Arts proudly presents Michael Houstoun as part of their Autumn/Winter 2019 Celebration Series. Don't miss Michael's final concert in Nelson before he retires in 2020
Anna and Joel will be playing three gems from the flute and piano repertoire. Sophisticated music by Bach, virtuosic fireworks by American composer E. Burton, and a touch of hoedown from A. Copland
Abducted by an orchestra of cellos, Allison Cormack returns to the NCMA stage to perform Villa Lobos’s celebrated ‘Bachianas Brasilieras’ for soprano and eight celli.
Red Priest have redefined the art of period performance, creating a virtual orchestra through their creative arrangements, swashbuckling virtuosity, heartfelt emotion, and captivating stagecraft.
Trio Jackson are a family group who have been playing together for over twenty years. This has created a magical musical synthesis born of their intuitive, creative and empathetic ensemble expression.
The Nelson Symphony Orchestra’s first concert for 2019 Czech Mate! will take place at the Auditorium, Nelson Centre of Musical Arts on Saturday 30 March at 7.30pm.
Zeb Wulff brings to the NCMA stage a suite of ten piano pieces ‘Pictures at an exhibition’ by Mussorgsky - A depiction of Mussorgsky himself wandering through a memorial exhibition of paintings.
This concert is a performance of the Brahms piano quintet in F minor Opus 34 which will be a special lunchtime occasion presented by local Nelson group 'The one That Got Away'.