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Accomplished though unusual Donizetti Trio assembles a mixed bag programme: some very successful

By , 19/06/2019
The Donizetti Trio is a fairly rare beast; it rather looks as if three musician friends had the idea of playing as an ensemble, but were faced with the problem that hardly any music existed for their combination, and so they set about forcing other material to fit their needs. That can work well, and to a degree, it did. To start with, Vivaldi looks a good idea as he wrote... read more

Jaime Martín and National Youth Orchestra on full throttle as percussion and brass deliver excitement and panache

It was a joy to see young people making fine music so well, and enjoying it, and to observe, too, the number of young people in the audience responding most enthusiastically – but a pity to note many empty seats.  However, let us hope that the younger members of the audience will, as a result of this experience, attend concerts by the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, especially as they... read more

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