Supported by generous help from the Turnovsky Endowment Trust

Great New Zealand tenor Keith Lewis in rare recital

Keith Lewis presented the audience with an evening of great artistry, ably accompanied by Susan Melville, a Hawke’s Bay musician.  Current doyen of New Zealand tenors, he is little heard, or even known, in his own country.  He gave lovers of the singing voice much to enjoy.  The word ‘mellifluous’ was invented for voices like Keith Lewis’s. Right from the outset, in Scarlatti’s appealing song Le Violette, Lewis impressed with... read more

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