Supported by generous help from the Turnovsky Endowment Trust

Kapiti Chamber Choir at St Paul’s Cathedral

A concert with two distinct parts: first, choral music from the 18th century with orchestra and soloists; after a long interval in which most enjoyable mulled wine and nibbles were served while a small string ensemble played charming music by Matthew Locke, a choral recital followed with a variety of pieces, some of them unaccompanied. Some of the excitement, and certainly the precision, of the orchestral introduction to the Handel... read more

Time-travelling Wellington Orchestra revisits 1810 and more….

By , 24/07/2010
The idea of learning one's history through music seems an attractive one; and the Wellington Orchestra's 2010 programme has taken pains to forge links in time between the present year and various composers and their works connected with one, two, and three hundred years ago. The latest in this year's concert series focused upon the year 1810, though only two of the four works on the programme seemed to... read more

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