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NZSO’s “Bolero” – well-wrought excitement and elegant ecstasy

By , 22/03/2013
What better way to begin an orchestral concert than with music that features playing of rapt, superfine concentration, sharp-edged focus and meticulous attention to detail? For much of Maurice Ravel's La Valse, which opened the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra's Wellington Concert on Friday evening, I thought the playing and conducting among the finest and most compelling I had heard from these musicians at any time - right from the outset... read more

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