Events for 3 March, 2020 - February 6
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NCMA's Chamber Orchestra & special guests Michael Tsalka & Richard Mapp will play music by Mozart, Chopin, Greig & Elgar in the first Celebration Series concert of 2020.
Surely New Zealand's most indispensable ensemble - William Dart, NZ Herald. NCMA are delighted to present NZTrio "Origins" with music by Beethoven, Turnage, Ballard and more.
Trio Éclat are an enthusiastic group of musicians committed to performing a new and existing repertoire for wind trio. Music by Brahms, Ritchie, Bizet and more for piano, flute and clarinet.
A post-lockdown welcome home event featuring a diverse range of local performers. Come join us for an inspiring, uplifting musical experiene. Dedicated to Bob Bickerton and Roger Taylor.
NEW SHOW DATE: Pianist Richard Mapp returns for his second solo concert in Nelson since moving here earlier in 2019. Presenting an evening of Haydn, Schumann, Liszt and Beethoven.
Nelson Civic Choir present a varied programme of music that celebrates choral singing and their 160th anniversary. Debuting the Nelson Youth Choir and featuring soprano Lilia Carpinelli.
Welcome to the Adam Summer Celebration! Opening with New Zealander Claire Cowan's Latin-inspired work, Ravel's colourful Don Quichotte songs and more!
Meet our pianists Michael Endres, Somi Kim and Richard Mapp in conversation with Gillian Ansell. This event will be held in NSOM Auditorium beginning at 10am.
Violin and marimba duo by multi-talented and prolific Danish film composer Anders Koppel, Harris' 9th Quartet (in a world premiere!) and more!
Adam Summer Celebration is delighted to present an entire evening of Brahms chamber music. This stunning evening concert will be rounded off with the A major piano quartet.
A musical conversation between Rolf Gjelsten and Bach himself as he plays one of the master's suites in the wonderful acoustics of Nelson Cathedral.
In this Waitangi Day celebration of NZ music we welcome Anna Leese to the Festival to sing the touching and fascinating arrangements by Jack Body of some old favourites.