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A divided NZSO with a breathtaking cellist in a sparkling touring programme for the South Island

From the first downbeat of Mozart's 'Paris' Symphony, Australian conductor Ben Northey galvanised the orchestra into a sparkling and vivacious performance, and set the tone for an authoritative, yet electrifying evening’s music making. His engagement with the players was almost tangible, epitomised in the initial Allegro assai where he drew out real magic from the contrabasses, in episodes that can often pass almost unnoticed. In the following Andante he fashioned... read more

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