Past Events

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Summer Music in the Garden 2019

Toronto, Canada     /     August 2019

Held in the enchanted setting of the Toronto Music Garden and situated by the shores of Lake Ontario, the Summer Music in the Garden celebrates its 20th season in 2019. Treat yourself to free concerts this summer, featuring outstanding artists and a wide range of musical styles.

National Tour 2019

National     /     June - July 2019

It’s not long now until we’re coming your way on our 2019 National Tour. This June and July we’re heading up and down the country bringing you two programmes of music that will transport you from the 18th to 21st centuries.

Queen's Birthday Chamber Music Weekend 2019

Wellington     /     June 2019

Immerse yourself in a whole weekend of music! Our annual Queen's Birthday Chamber Music Weekend offers chamber music groups expert, professional coaching, culminating in a final concert. We welcome applications from existing chamber groups of performers of any age, especially secondary school chamber groups preparing for the NZCT Chamber Music Competition. 

Dancing in the Hub: Duo Ombré and NZSQ

Wellington     /     May 2019

This multi art-form event will see us and piano duo Duo Ombré perform in the Hub at Victoria University, accompanied by two of New Zealand’s foremost dance talents, Loughlan Prior and Laura Jones. Duo Ombré (Hamish Robb and Beth Chen) will play Debussy’s Petite Suite, Mozart’s Sonata for Piano Four Hands and selections...

Dvořák with Manawatu Sinfonia

Palmerston North     /     May 2019

Manawatu Sinfonia's first concert of 2019, conducted by Peter van Drimmelen, will feature Rolf performing Dvořák's cello concerto, as well as a Hamish MacCunn overture, Saint-Saëns's Danse Macabre and Prokofiev's Lieutenant Kijé.
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