News & Reviews

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Meet the Guarneri

15 October 2018    /    News

The Guarneri family, including five very famous violin-makers within three generations, is the most distinguished family of luthiers in history.   Andrea Guarneri, who studied in Cremona with Nicolò Amati (the maker of Gillian’s viola), was the father of Giuseppe and Pietro, and the grandfather of two more makers - confusingly,...

NZSQ Trust seeks new General Manager

10 October 2018    /    News

The New Zealand String Quartet has an opening for an experienced arts manager to continue to build our reputation and profile in New Zealand and internationally. This is an exciting opportunity to play a critical role in the ongoing success of one of New Zealand’s foremost performing arts groups.

Turning Points: Rotorua review

30 August 2018    /    Review

It is always a pleasure to hear one of our great music institutions again, an ensemble which has built up a loyal following by their polish and rapport with audiences.

Evening of richly rewarding listening

20 August 2018    /    Review

For its latest tour of the country, the New Zealand String Quartet has turned its attention to works that set new historical directions for chamber music genre, giving audiences a wide variety of music.

Northern touring in November

17 August 2018    /    News

One of the great joys of international touring is the opportunity to re-connect and collaborate with colleagues around the world, be they ex-pat New Zealanders or other international artists we’ve met at home or abroad.

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