2015 Festival Programme


Thursday 29 January 2015

Gala Dinner

What a wonderful way of easing into ten days of spectacular music making by partaking in our traditional Gala Dinner. Delicious food, fine wine and a delightful musical taster of what’s to come in the Festival with our special guests, all served up in the iconic Woollaston Estates cellars. If music be the food of love, play on! Price includes three course meal, wine, concert and bus transport from Nelson. Woollaston Wine Estates New Zealand String Quartet, Ying Quartet, David Griffiths (clarinet), Helen Webby (harp).

A surprise selection from the Festival programme.

Bus departs Nelson School Of Music at 5.20PM To book go to www.music.org.nz/bookbus

Sponsored by Woollaston Estates

VENUE: WOOLLASTON ESTATES
TIME: 6.00PM
TICKETS: PREMIUM: $130


Friday 30 January 2015

Grand Opening Concert

Kicking the Festival off with a bang! Hear the Ying Quartet in Schumann’s fiery and passionate F Major string quartet, and revel in the artistry of their virtuoso first violinist in the Saint-Saens Fantasy with harpist Helen Webby. Martin Lodge’s Aria offers Rolf and David the opportunity to sing together in true cello style. Argentina’s Osvaldo Golijov has become a household name with his compelling mix of classical technique and Latin/Jewish ardour. His Clarinet Quintet is a modern classic, heavily influenced by Klezmer music - it features no less than five different clarinets!

Nelson Cathedral

Nelson Cathedral

New Zealand String Quartet, Ying Quartet, Helen Webby (harp), David Griffiths (clarinet))

Saint-Saens - Fantasy for Violin and Harp
Martin Lodge - “Aria with Commentary” for 2 cellos
Osvaldo Golijov - The Dreams and Prayers of Isaac the Blind
Bella Kovacs - Hommage to J S Bach for solo clarinet
Schumann - Quartet in F Major op. 44/2

Sponsored by Nelson Pine Industries

VENUE: NELSON CATHEDRAL
TIME: 7.30PM
TICKETS: PREMIUM $75 STANDARD $60 RESTRICTED VIEW $30


Saturday 31 January 2015

Kids’ Concert

Music educator, performer and festival manager Bob Bickerton takes his audience on a sonic plunge into a sea of instruments in a humorous musical romp for children aged 90 and under.

Bob Bickerton

VENUE: OLD ST JOHNS
TIME: 9.00AM
TICKETS: FREE ENTRY

Festival Conversations

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Kathryn Stott

Meet Kathryn Stott

Come to our first ‘meet the artist’ session with Gillian Ansell in conversation with our wonderful English pianist.

Kathryn Stott is supported by the Turnovsky Endowment Trust 

VENUE: ST JOHN’S CHURCH HALL
TIME: 10AM
NO CHARGE

Lines from the Nile

Please note that due to demand we have scheduled a second performance of this concert at 3.30pm.

Rule Brittannia and God Save the Queen! Two smashing narratives of British naval victories over the arrogant French and the dastardly Dutch, with other delightful music by Dr Joseph Haydn and a little theatre directed by Jacqueline Coats. If you missed this sold-out gem of a show at the 2014 Wellington Fringe Festival, be sure to catch it in Nelson! Lines Nile painting narrow

Douglas Mews (fortepiano), Rowena Simpson (soprano)

VENUE: ST JOHN’S CHURCH HALL
TIME: 1.00PM & 3.30PM
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Quintessence

Beethoven’s string quintet version of his C minor piano trio opens the concert with quiet and not-so-quiet intensity and the sweeping, voluptuous Bruckner viola quintet takes us to realms of spirit and romance - a symphony for five players! Helen Webby shares a beautiful work by Nelson’s own Pepe Becker, and Massenet’s Meditation invites all to sit back and dream.

Ayano Ninomiya (violin), Helene Pohl (violin), Janet Ying (violin), Gillian Ansell (viola), Phillip Ying (viola), Rolf Gjelsten (cello), Helen Webby (harp)

BeethovenBeethoven - Viola quintet in C minor opus 104
Pepe Becker - “Capricorn I : Pluto in Terra” for harp solo
Jules Massenet - “Meditation” for violin and harp
Bruckner - Viola Quintet in F Major WAB 112

Supported by Linley and John TaylorBeethoven

Beethoven - Beethoven had a fascinating habit of arranging his own music for different ensembles and we are presenting two of these pairs in the Festival. Firstly the opus 1/3 Piano Trio in C minor, both in its original version and in the arrangement for string quintet, and secondly the opus 14 Piano Sonata, arranged for string quartet. Look for the Beethoven logo in the programme to find them. It is remarkable how different an effect the same notes can have when played by different instruments, and it sheds a real light onto Beethoven’s compositional and textural techniques and preferences. 

VENUE: NELSON CATHEDRAL
TIME: 7.30PM
TICKETS: PREMIUM: $75 STANDARD: $60 RESTRICTED VIEW: $30


Sunday 1 February 2015

Festival Conversations

Meet the Ying Quartet

Helene Pohl in conversation with our exciting international guest quartet from the United States.

Ying Quartet

Ying Quartet

The Ying Quartet is supported by Carolyn and Peter Diessl

VENUE: ST JOHN’S CHURCH HALL
TIME: 10.00AM
NO CHARGE

Flights of Fancy

Introducing Kathryn Stott in a colourful range of wdvorakorks: be soothed by John Psathas’ meditative Waiting for the Airplane, hold onto your hats during Gao Ping’s Dance Fury, and luxuriate in the sumptuous melodies in Dvorak’s famous piano quartet - a lunchtime feast!

Kathryn Stott (piano), Douglas Beilman (violin), Gillian Ansell (viola), David Ying (cello)

Psathas - Waiting for the Aeroplane
Gao Ping - Dance Fury
Dvorak - Piano Quartet no. 2 in E flat op. 87

VENUE: OLD ST JOHN’S
TIME: 1.00PM
TICKETS: STANDARD: $30 RESTRICTED VIEW: $10

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More fabulous ensemble music featuring Kathryn Stott! The two sumptuous Brahms songs open the evening, Beethoven’s groundbreaking C minor piano trio will sound familiar but different after hearing the string quintet's version; you decide which you prefer. Tap your toes to the Ying Quartet’s favourite party pieces, Novacek’s 3 Ragtimes and, after interval, the Shostakovich Piano Quintet will seize your ears and not let them go until the final chords have drifted into the ether.

Hannah Fraser (mezzo-soprano), Kathryn Stott (piano), Ying Quartet, New Zealand String Quartet.

BeethovenBrahms - Songs for Alto, Viola and Piano op. 91
Beethoven - Trio in c minor opus 1#3
Lilburn - Inscapes II
Shostakovich - Piano Quintet op. 57Novacek - 3 Rags for string quartet

VENUE: OLD ST JOHN’S
TIME: 7.30PM

TICKETS: PREMIUM $60 STANDARD $40 RESTRICTED VIEW $10

 


PianoFest 2015

Piano Hands   The first iteration of our PianoFest made a great splash in 2009.  The four New Zealand based pianists performing this time are a completely new set, showing the depth of talent on these shores! The fifth pianist is our very special overseas guest Kathryn Stott.  Our sixth pianist is US based New Zealander Nicola Melville who is performing in memory of Judith Clark.  Enjoy five wonderful concerts with many hands!


Monday 2 February 2015

PianoFest I : DanceLilburnLogo_Ver2_0715

From Dvorak’s deliciously tuneful Slavonic Dances to Leonie Holmes’ Bottom’s Dance, your feet will surely tap throughout this rhythmically lively programme.

David Guerin, Jian Liu, Stephen de Pledge, Sarah Watkins

Ravel – Ma Mère l’oye
David Hamilton – 3 Rags
Dvorak – Slavonic Dance in A flat, op46/3
Scharwenka – Polish Dance
Prokofiev – Scenes from Romeo and Juliet
Lilburn – Tempo di Bolero
Leonie Holmes – Bottom’s Dance

VENUE: OLD ST JOHN’S
TIME: 10.30AM
TICKETS: STANDARD $30 RESTRICTED VIEW $10

 

PianoFest II: World Voyage

A colourful concert including Jian Liu performing Beethoven’s piano sonata 0p. 14 in its original version and Sarah Ballard’s Antarctica pieces inspired by the continent’s desolate beauty.

David Guerin , Jian Liu, Stephen de Pledge, Sarah Watkins

BeethovenBeethoven – Sonata op.14/1
Sarah Ballard – Antarctica pieces (world premiere)
Messiaen – Regard du silence
Gareth Farr – Bintang
Adams – Hallelujah Junction

VENUE: OLD ST JOHN’S
TIME: 2.30PM
TICKETS: STANDARD $30 RESTRICTED VIEW $10

Bach by Candlelight

Bach by Candlelight

Bach by Candlelight

Welcome, the Song Company! Our cherished Bach concert tradition is the perfect opportunity to showcase this ensemble and feature one of the master’s greatest a cappella motets, Jesu meine Freude. The concert opens with Bach's scintillating E major Prelude for solo violin and then Ysaye's celebrated treatment of it!  Another selection of great arias, the uplifting G minor Gamba Sonata, and as a culmination, we hear one of the most beloved of all Bach’s cantatas, Ich Habe Genug, featuring the Song Company’s stunning bass singer, Alex Knight.

Song Company, New Zealand String Quartet, Ying Quartet, Douglas Mews (harpsichord), Joan Perarnau Garriga (double bass), Robert Orr (oboe)

E Major Prelude for solo violin
Ysaye L’Obsession for solo violin
Motet Jesu Meine Freude BWV 227

Aria from St Matthew Passion Erbarme Dich - alto, violin, strings, continuo
Aria from 68 Mein glaeubiges Herze - soprano, cello, oboe, violin, continuo
Gamba Sonata no 3 in G minor
Cantata BWV 82 Ich Habe Genug

Bach by Candlelight is supported by Kay and Kevin Isherwood

VENUE: NELSON CATHEDRAL
TIME: 7.30PM
TICKETS: PREMIUM $75 STANDARD $60 RESTRICTED VIEW $30


Tuesday 3 February 2015

Up close with the Ying Quartet

Tickets for this concert are no longer available.

The Ying Quartet will play the same programme 1pm in St John's on Thursday 5th February 2015.

Come on a musical bus trip to the picturesque Nelson Lakes National Park! Enjoy a special performance by the Ying Quartet in the magical setting of the Chapel of Christ at the Lake in St. Arnaud, followed by lunch at the Alpine Lodge.

Nelson Lakes National Park

Nelson Lakes National Park

The Ying Quartet

Haydn - Quartet in D Major opus 20#4
Anthony Ritchie - String Trio
Tchaikovsky - String Quartet No. 1 in D Major

Note this is the programme the Ying Quartet will perform in the ‘Ying Quartet in Concert’

The Ying Quartet is supported by Carolyn and Peter Diessl

Bus departs outside the Nelson School Of Music at 9:30AM.

Exclusive to Festival Pass holders and Impresario Donors 

The Song Company in Recital

Hear the wonderful Song Company in concert, sharing music from across the ages and spanning the globe, including some of the earliest songs by known authors in Western history! St Godric was a hermit and wrote this miniature using the English vernacular - almost a thousand years ago. The Galician-language Cantigas are toe-tapping stuff attributed to Alfonso The Wise. Wit and wisdom from the days of Shakespeare, virtuoso vocal fireworks from Denmark, Australia and New Zealand and some catchy tunes round off this stunning programme.

The Song Company

The Song Company

The Song Company

St. Godric (d.1170) - Crist and Sainte Marie
Alfonso X El Sabio (1221-1284) - Cantiga 60
Four English madrigals:
Thomas Tomkins (1568-1656) - Music Divine 
Thomas Morley (1557-1603) - Fire, fire!  
Orlando Gibbons (1583-1625) - What is our Life?
John Weelkes (1576-1623) - Thule, the period of cosmography 
Gareth Farr (NZ b. 1968) - Les Murray Song Cycle (Queen Butterfly, Willy Wagtail, Midnight Lake, Jellyfish) 
Pelle Gudmundsen-Holmgreen (DK b. 1932) - Bats’ Ultrasound 
Elena Kats-Chernin (AU b.1957) - Where the cats sleep 
A selection of popular songs

Note this is the programme the Song Company will perform in the ‘Up Close with the Song Company’

VENUE: OLD ST JOHN’S
TIME: 1.00PM
TICKETS: STANDARD $30 RESTRICTED VIEW $10

Festival Conversations

Meet the Pianists

Doug Beilman talks with our wonderful pianists about sharing the keys!

VENUE: ST JOHN’S CHURCH HALL
TIME: 4.30PM
NO CHARGE

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Kathryn Stott

PianoFest III

Our wonderful guest pianist Kathy Stott’s exciting programme was chosen specially for our festival. A first half of French masterpieces includes Fauré, one of the composers dearest to her heart, and the second half dances the night away, South American style!

Kathryn Stott

Ravel - Sonatine Fauré - Nocturne No. 4
Debussy - L’isle Joyeuse
Franck - Prelude, Chorale and Fugue
Grieg - Holberg Suite (original version for piano)
Villa Lobos - Alma Brasileiras
Guanieri - Danza
Negra
Ginastera - Dance No. 2 from Argentinian dances
Graham Fitkin - Relent

Kathryn Stott is supported by the Turnovsky Endowment Trust

VENUE: OLD ST JOHN’S CHURCH
TIME: 7.30PM
TICKETS: PREMIUM $60 STANDARD $40 RESTRICTED VIEW $10


Wednesday 4 February 2015

Festival Conversations

The Song Company

The Song Company

Meet The Song Company

Rolf Gjelsten talks with Roland Peelman, the musical director of The Song Company and some of its members about the world of vocal music. VENUE: ST JOHN’S CHURCH HALL TIME: 10AM NO CHARGE

PianoFest IV: Opera

It’s party time as the PianoFest goes ballistic with even more hands in a display of virtuosity with transcriptions from Wagner, Czerny and even by one of the performers, Stephen de Pledge.

David Guerin , Jian Liu, Stephen de Pledge, Sarah Watkins

Wagner/Liszt – Isoldes Liebestod
Wagner arr. Max Reger – Meistersinger Overture
Czerny – Norma Fantasie
Jolliffe – Double F for Freddie
De Pledge – Carmen Fantasy

VENUE: OLD ST JOHN’S
TIME: 1.00PM
TICKETS: STANDARD $30 RESTRICTED VIEW $10

BeethovenTroubadours

The first of our complimentary concerts by our young Troubadours, showcasing the opus 14 piano sonata by Beethoven played in Beethoven’s own arrangement for string quartet.

VENUE: NELSON CATHEDRAL
TIME: 6.30PM
NO CHARGE

Troubadour

About the Troubadours: Last Festival we launched a new community outreach programme which saw four brilliant young musicians spreading the joy of music all over the Nelson community during the Festival, taking chamber music to schools, libraries, rest homes, gardens and the street. The ‘Troubadours’ were hugely popular with the public and festival goers and in fact went on to tour internationally as ‘Quadrivium Quartet’. The 2015 Troubadours will be Hilary Hayes (violin), Julian Baker (violin), Jin Kim (viola) and Heather Lewis (cello). We have pleasure in introducing another group of outstanding young musical ambassadors to the 2015 Festival. See the Festival programme to find out where the Troubadours are playing.

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A rare opportunity to hear Pergolesi’s beautiful Stabat Mater with the stunning Song Company. A new Gillian Whitehead piece for solo cello written in 2014 leads on to Lilburn’s soulful little violin duos and a virtuoso violin gem by Fritz Kreisler.  Plus the Song Company shares with us a witty, fast and funky work by Spaniard Mateo Flecha.

Song Company, New Zealand String Quartet, Ying Quartet

Gillian Whitehead - Song Without Words for Cello Solo
Douglas Lilburn - 3 Canzonettas for Violin and Viola
Fritz Kreisler - Recitative and Scherzo for solo violin
Mateo Flecha (1481-1553)- El Fuego
Giovani Battista Pergolesi - Stabat Mater

Supported by John and Ann Hercus

About Lilburn: In 2015 we celebrate the one hundreth anniversary of the birth of New Zealand's most celebrated composer, Douglas Lilburn. Upon his death in 2001, he left an enormous legacy to music in NZ,  from his large and important body of works, his decades of teaching at Victoria University (1947-1980), where he founded the first electronic music studio in Australasia, to his efforts for recognition of a NZ voice in music and fierce loyalty to and support of younger generations of composers.

VENUE: NELSON CATHEDRAL
TIME: 7.30PM
TICKETS: PREMIUM $75 STANDARD $60 RESTRICTED VIEW $30


Thursday 5 February 2015

Up Close with The Song Company

Tickets for this concert are no longer available.

The Song Company will play the same programme 1pm in St John's on Tuesday 3rd February 2015.

Experience the Song Company ‘Up Close’ and Nelson’s vineyard district ‘The Moutere’. After stopping at the award winning Hoglunds Glass studio we’ll enjoy a concert by the Song Company in a beautiful country church and then head off to Neudorf Winery for a picnic lunch.

Neudorf

Neudorf Vineyards

The Song Company

St. Godric (d.1170) - Crist and Sainte Marie
Alfonso X El Sabio (1221-1284) - Cantiga 60
Four English madrigals:
Thomas Tomkins (1568-1656) - Music Divine
Thomas Morley (1557-1603) - Fire, fire!
Orlando Gibbons (1583-1625) - What is our Life?
John Weelkes (1576-1623) - Thule, the period of cosmography
Gareth Farr (NZ b. 1968) - Les Murray Song Cycle (Queen Butterfly, Willy Wagtail, Midnight Lake, Jellyfish)
Pelle Gudmundsen-Holmgreen (DK b. 1932) - Bats’ Ultrasound
Elena Kats-Chernin (AU b.1957) - Where the cats sleep
A selection of popular songs

Note this is the programme The Song Company will perform in the ‘The Song Company in Recital’

Bus departs the Nelson School Of Music at 9:30am

Exclusive to Festival Pass holders and Impresario Donors

The Ying Quartet in concert

Hear the wonderful Ying Quartet play a programme centred around Tchaikovsky’s famous D Major quartet, with its lilting opening movement in 5/4 and its universally beloved Andante Cantabile.

Ying Quartet

Ying Quartet

Ying Quartet

Haydn - Quartet in D Major opus 20#4
Anthony Ritchie - String Trio
Tchaikovsky - String Quartet No. 1 in D Major

Note this is the programme the Ying Quartet will perform in the ‘Up Close with the Ying Quartet’ event.

The Ying Quartet is supported by Carolyn and Peter Diessl

VENUE: OLD ST JOHN’S
TIME: 1.00PM
TICKETS: STANDARD $30 RESTRICTED VIEW $10

Masterclass

with The Ying Quartet

Join us to experience how the masters help young NZ string players bring out the meaning behind the notes and lift the music off the page! 

VENUE: OLD ST JOHN’S
TIME: 4.30PM
NO CHARGE

Joie de Vivre

A veritable feast — Franck’s superbly rhapsodic piano quintet and Debussy’s zestful and quirky cello sonata are offset by a 17th century Marais folk song arranged for viola and gems by Ravel and Fauré. This is your opportunity to hear Kathryn Stott’s acclaimed affinity for French music expanded into the chamber music realm.

Phillip Ying (viola), Kathryn Stott (piano), Song Company, New Zealand String Quartet

Marais - “French Folk Song”arr for viola and piano
Maurice Ravel (1875-1937) - Trois beaux oiseaux du paradis
Fauré - “Après un Rêve” arr. for cello and piano
Debussy - Cello Sonata
Cesar Franck - Piano Quintet

VENUE: OLD ST JOHN’S
TIME: 7.30PM
TICKETS: PREMIUM $60 STANDARD $40 RESTRICTED VIEW $10


Friday 6 February 2015

Festival Conversations

Elizabeth Kerr in conversation with Nicola Melville about the In Memoriam Judith Clark concert, and then unveiling the programme and musical ideas behind “Verklärte Nacht” (Transfigured Night).

VENUE: ST JOHN’S CHURCH HALL
TIME: 10AM
NO CHARGE

PianoFest V: In Memoriam Judith Clark

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Judith Clark

Our first Waitangi Day concert honours Wellington’s piano guru, Judith Clark, whose influence reached generations of New Zealand pianists, both in private practice and at Victoria University’s School of Music. Judith passed away in February 2014. Her former student Nicola Melville, now herself a teacher at Carleton College, Minnesota, presents a concert of works by composers dear to Judith’s heart.

Nicola Melville (piano)

Newly commissioned works in honour of Judith Clark:
Eve de Castro-Robinson
Gareth Farr
Ross Harris
William Albright: Rags
Douglas Lilburn: Three Sea Changes
Jack Body: Five Melodies
Jacob TV: The Body of your Dreams, for piano and boombox

VENUE: OLD ST JOHN’S
TIME: 1PM
TICKETS: STANDARD $30 RESTRICTED VIEW $10

Masterclass

with Kathryn Stott

Join us to experience how a master helps young New Zealand pianists bring out the meaning behind the notes and lift the music off the page! 

VENUE: OLD ST JOHN’S
TIME: 3PM
NO CHARGE

Troubadours

Our talented young quartet present their second free concert featuring a selection of their favourite music.

VENUE: NELSON CATHEDRAL
TIME: 6.30PM
NO CHARGE

Verklärte Nacht

Our second Waitangi Day concert celebrates Lilburn's one hundreth anniversary year with his Phantasy Quartet, which won him the Cobbett Prize at the Royal College of Music, London in 1939, and the launch of the NZSQ's new CD of his music. The Phantasy Quartet is based on the old song The Westron Wynde which the Song Company will sing for us, along with a song composed by Henry VIII! Members of the Ying Quartet share their interpretation of John Cousin's Duos as well as their own arrangement of Randall Thompson's hymn-like Alleluia. And to finish: Schoenberg's legendary and ultra-Romantic sextet, Verklärte Nacht (Transfigured Night), based on a poem by Richard Dehmel, explores themes of love, forgiveness and acceptance.

The Song Company, New Zealand String Quartet, Ying Quartet

William Cornysh (1465-1523) - Ah Robin, gentle Robin
The Kynge H. viii (1491-1547) - Where to shuld I expresse
Westron Wynde – Anonymous ca 1350, reconstructed
Lilburn - “Phantasy” for Quartet, based on the song “Westron Wynde”
John Cousins - Duos for Violin and Viola
Randall Thompson - “Alleluia”
Schoenberg - String Sextet “Verklaerte Nacht” op.4

Supported by Laurie and Peter Rothenberg

VENUE: NELSON CATHEDRAL
TIME: 7.30PM
TICKETS: PREMIUM $75 STANDARD $60 RESTRICTED VIEW $30


Saturday 7 February 2015

Festival Conversations

Elizabeth Kerr interviews the New Zealand composers Eve de Castro- Robinson, Louise Webster and Chris Watson, who have each written a 'Cry' for tonight’s concert.

VENUE: ST JOHN’S CHURCH HALL
TIME: 10AM
NO CHARGE

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Haydn

Cornerstone Classics

Nelson favourite, Douglas Mews, plays a programme of classical works with eminent English violinist Catherine Mackintosh and cellist Euan Murdoch.

Catherine Mackintosh (violin), Euan Murdoch (cello), Douglas Mews (fortepiano)

Haydn - Trio in G min HobXV:19
Mozart - Violin Sonata in C K. 403
Haydn - Trio in A HobXV:18

VENUE: OLD ST JOHN’S
TIME: 1PM
TICKETS: STANDARD $30 RESTRICTED VIEW $10

Grand Finale

Orlando Gibbons’ Cries of London and Clement Janequin’s Cris de Paris are among the first examples of urban street culture making its way into art music. It has long been a dream of the Song Company to bring this tradition into the modern world, and our Festival collaboration allows us to do just that! Kathmandu, Auckland and Wellington will join London and Paris, as some of New Zealand’s hottest composers get in on the act, along with the New Zealand String Quartet and the Ying Quartet, for tonight’s world premieres. Brahms’ sublime sextet in G, with soaring melodies and rich harmonies (and the encoded name of his love Agathe), brings the festival to a rousing conclusion.

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Cries of Kathmandu

Song Company, Ying Quartet, New Zealand String Quartet.

Orlando Gibbons - “Cries of London”
Janequin - “Cries of Paris”
Eve de Castro Robinson - “Cries of Auckland”
Louise Webster - “Cries of Kathmandu”
Chris Watson - “Cries of Wellington”
Jack Body - "Cries of a Border Town"
Brahms - Sextet in G Major op.36

Sponsored by Nelson Pine Industries

VENUE: NELSON CATHEDRAL
TIME: 7.30PM
TICKETS: PREMIUM $75 STANDARD $60 RESTRICTED VIEW $30

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