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Posts tagged: lecture-recital

Max Reger – The Romantic Bach? – splendid advocacy from Bruce Cash

By , 14/10/2016
This was the second of three lecture/recitals on the life and works of German composer Max Reger (1873-1916) by organist and choral conductor Bruce Cash. On the strength of this experience with the music of a relatively neglected composer, I found myself wishing I'd gone to the first of Cash's presentations earlier this year, and will certainly go to the third one, scheduled for March 2017. Fashions have a disconcerting... read more

Close Encounter with Dvorak – Richard Gill and the NZSO break it down….

By , 20/08/2010
(Review also by Julia Wells) Australian conductor Richard Gill runs a series of educational-cum-entertainment programmes with the Sydney Symphony, called "Discovery", making classical music more approachable for people who perhaps haven't had musical backgrounds or previous exposure to what's commonly called  "classical" music. He recently brought this idea to Wellington, working with the NZSO over two evenings and concentrating on two of the most popular symphonies in the whole of... read more

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