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Chamber Music New Zealand: Encompass Series 2019

10 April 2019    /    News

As part of Chamber Music New Zealand’s Encompass Series, we’ll be performing five concerts across the country between 27 April and 5 May. Each concert will include the late New Zealand composer Jack Body’s piece Bai Sanxian.

The countdown is on for our 2019 National Tour

10 April 2019    /    News

You don’t have long to wait now before our 2019 National Tour! In June and July we’re coming to some of the country’s loveliest historic and modern venues, so be in quick to secure your spot for a warming mid-winter experience.

Youthful and visionary Schubert from Helene Pohl and Jian Liu

29 March 2019    /    Review

Within a fortnight of the NZ String Quartet’s inspirational presentation at the NZ School of Music’s Adam Concert Room of two major works from the string quartet repertoire, we were, at another lunchtime concert, able to enjoy for a second time, on this occasion, the artistry of one of the...

Janacek and Beethoven String Quartets from the amazing NZSQ at Te Kōkī New Zealand School of Music

25 March 2019    /    Review

It all seemed too good to be true – here we were at a FREE CONCERT at the Adam Concert Room up at the University, about to be enthralled by the country’s most prestigious string quartet in two major works from the genre’s repertoire, one from the nineteenth and the...

Brahms’ String Quintets on Naxos – graceful, beautifully-lit readings by the NZSQ with Maria Lambros

17 March 2019    /    Review

New Zealand String Quartet, with Maria Lambros (viola), presentsBRAHMS – String Quintets – No.1 in F Major, Op.88 / No/2 in G Major, Op.111

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