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Unexciting, lowpowered NZSO programme under Alexander Shelley yields riches after all

By , 02/08/2014
The one programme in the NZSO’s 2014 season that looked problematic when I first scanned the offerings last year was this one. No soloist, no well-known conductor, no crowd-pulling music centre-piece. So I was not surprised to see one of the smallest audiences for the NZSO that I can remember. However. The music, all of it, was enjoyable and Alexander Shelley proved, as he had with the National Youth Orchestra last... read more

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