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November Touring

22 November 2016 / News

This month is absolutely jam-packed with international touring and recording sessions. We flew to the US at the start of the month for a series of concerts in the States and Canada, spent four days recording in Toronto last week, and have a few days at home to catch our...

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Brahms CD fundraising close to target

22 November 2016 / News

We’re enormously grateful to everyone who has generously donated to our Brahms recording series. The support has been incredible and means so much to us, not just in covering our costs, but in the knowledge that so many people are right behind this project.

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2017 Adam Chamber Music Festival Just Around the Corner

22 November 2016 / News

The biennial Adam Chamber Music Festival is not far off now, bringing with it a feast of chamber music spread over ten glorious days in the delightful surrounds of sunny Nelson. The New Zealand String Quartet plays a major part in this festival both as performers and through the artistic...

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Inspiring playing by Quintet

27 September 2016 / Review

Quintessence: The New Zealand String Quartet with James Dunham (viola), Charles Luney Auditorium, September 24 

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New Zealand String Quartet delivers electrifying experience

08 August 2016 / Review

Heartland Classics presented by the New Zealand String Quartet. Caccia Birch House, Sunday August 7 2016 

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Composer Gareth Farr Te Tai-O-Rehua

07 July 2016 / Video

Te Tai-O-Rehua translates from Māori language as ‘The Tasman Sea’ – the turbulent body of water that separates New Zealand from Australia. The piece was co-commissioned by the Goldner Quartet and Chamber Music New Zealand in honour of the 21st anniversary of the Wellington and Sydney sister-city relationship.

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The New Zealand String Quartet Gratefully Acknowledges its sponsors and funders

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Annual Series Sponsor
Adam Summer School Sponsor
Touring Sponsor
Wine Sponsor
Chair Patron - Cello Chair
Community Sponsor