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Ludwig Treviranus returns to Upper Hutt for highly coloured recital of Beethoven and Mussorgsky

By , 10/11/2012
The name Ludwig Treviranus came to my notice when he played in his last high school years in the Hutt Valley, before moving to study music under Rae de Lisle at Auckland University. At that stage there was already a certain flair, a feeling for the dramatic in music, and they were the characteristics most clearly evident in the two pieces he played on this short return visit from... read more

JS Bach and Mahler – worlds of sensibility from Inkinen and the NZSO

By , 10/11/2012
Guest review by Ben Booker There is something distinctly summery about Bach’s D-minor Concerto for Two Violins, and the fairly full audience suggested that this particular programme was not at all disagreeable to Wellingtonians following one of the city's rare but sparkling summery days. Bach’s music seems to have fallen into comparative orchestral disuse in recent times, so it was refreshing to hear it live, by a condensed edition of the... read more

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