Supported by generous help from the Turnovsky Endowment Trust

Paul Rosoman gives St Andrew’s two organs a work-out

One of the pleasures of hearing an organ recital at St. Andrew’s is the fact that here are two organs; on this occasion both were played – firstly the small baroque organ downstairs, then the main organ, in the upstairs gallery. Informed by excellent programme notes, the audience heard a variety of works from late seventeenth century to early twentieth century.  One of the most delightful was the first, the... read more

A partnership going places – Inbal Megiddo and Jian Liu

Wellington music lovers are very much the beneficiaries of the recent appointments of artists Inbal Megiddo and Jian Liu to teaching positions at the New Zealand School of Music. Each is an exceptional musician and instrumentalist, and this varied programme offered an opportunity to share their command of a wide range of musical and national styles. The two movements of Beethoven’s sonata punctuate deeply expressive slow periods with vigorous Allegri... read more

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