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Posts tagged: Chinese music

China/New Zealand Ode to the Moon concert with a radiant Aroha Quartet

By , 01/10/2017
This was one of those concerts that, had I been an ordinary audience member I would have looked forward to immensely! However, being a reviewer and facing the prospect of commenting on a genre of music about which I knew very little, I felt a mixture of excitement and trepidation about what I might encounter! As it turned out I need not have worried, as the music written and... read more

History and Geography in Music: Pipa player Wu Man and the NZSQ

If you didn't hear Kim Hill on RNZ Saturday on 23 September, go and listen to the online archive now. A poignant interview with Douglas Wright, New Zealand's most compelling dancer / choreographer, is to be found there ... as humane and considered a conversation about art as practised and life as lived that you could hope to find. Alongside it sits Hill's interview with Wu Man, the world's leading... read more

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