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NZSO’s Friday series with Schumann and Schoenberg

A concert with such an interesting programme as this, and with such a superb soloist, should not have suffered so many empty seats; one is tempted to think that some would-be patrons were scared off by the name Schoenberg – or were they all at the rugby?  There was no... read more

Strings attached – viola then violin at the NZSM

By , 16/07/2010

Having already played Douglas Lilburn's Suite for Solo Viola at a recent St.Andrew's lunchtime concert, violist Donald Maurice decided to make further amends for the work's previous neglect in recital by performing the suite again, at the Adam Concert Room on the Victoria University campus. This brought the work's total of performances in this country to three, including the New Zealand premiere in 1989, played by Michael Vidulich in... read more

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