Supported by generous help from the Turnovsky Endowment Trust

Wellington Chamber Orchestra justifies attention to neglected Schumann symphonies, among some less triumphant performances

By , 20/09/2020
This was the first concert by the Wellington Chamber Orchestra that Middle C has attended this year. And I think this was the first time that Luka Venter has been the conductor. He studied at the New Zealand School of Music at Victoria University, in singing, composition and conducting. Since then he has had grants from the opera foundation and other trusts, has studied in Florence, London and Berlin... read more

Nota Bene Choir – an amalgam of mystery and illumination at St. Mary of the Angels

By , 20/09/2020
Surely the Church of St.Mary of the Angels in Wellington’s Boulcott St. is one of the city’s most spectacularly beautiful places in which one can make music, in addition to its acoustics being particularly suited to certain kinds of music for the human voice. In terms of sheer amplitude of sound the venue is surpassed by Wellington’s Cathedral of St.Paul, but in some music it’s at the expense of... read more

Panorama Theme by Themocracy