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NZSO December Concert listings


Enclosed are the listings for the December concerts for the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra Season 2002 and other events.

LISTINGS - DECEMBER 2002

Bartercard presents:

Musical Mythologies, direct from the Hollywood Bowl, is a programme including the suite for symphony orchestra and chorus from the Academy Award-winning soundtrack (which the NZSO performed some of) for Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring by Howard Shore.

DECEMBER 5 Thursday, 7pm, MICHAEL FOWLER CENTRE WELLINGTON DECEMBER 7 Saturday, 8.30pm, VIADUCT BASIN AUCKLAND** John Mauceri - conductor

WAGNER Die Walkure - Ride of the Valkyries HOLST 'Jupiter' from The Planets WILLIAMS Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone SHORE Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Rings Suite (Southern Hemisphere premiere)

With A Song in MyHeart - RICHARD RODGERS CELEBRATION CONCERT

The second concert celebrates the 100th anniversary of one of the world's most famous songwriters, Richard Rodgers with a specially compiled programme conducted by Gavin Sutherland and featuring New Zealand singers, Deborah Wai Kapohe, April Marie Neo, and Tim Beveridge. This is the audiences chance to dress up from their favourite movie...South Pacific, Carousel, Oklahoma and a Sound of Music.

DECEMBER 9 Monday, 8.30pm, VIADUCT BASIN AUCKLAND** DECEMBER 10 Tuesday, 7pm, ST JAMES THEATRE WELLINGTON Gavin Sutherland conductor Deborah Wai Kapohe soprano April-Marie Neho mezzo soprano Tim Beveridge baritone

RICHARD RODGERS South Pacific Overture - Orchestra My Funny Valentine (Babes in Arms) With A Song In My Heart It's A Grand Night For Singing (State Fair) Carousel Waltz - Orchestra If I Loved You [Scene] (Carousel) - Soprano & Tenor Duet This Nearly Was Mine (South Pacific) Cinderella Overture Orch Robert Russell Bennett . I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair (South Pacific) Slaughter On 10thth Avenue Victory At Sea - Orchestra Opening Titles Under The Southern Cross Guadalcanal March Oh! What A Beautiful Morning (Oklahoma!) Out of My Dreams (Oklahoma!) I Can't Say No! (Oklahoma!) People Will Say We're In Love (Oklahoma!) King & I Selection - Orchestra (10') Bali H'ai (South Pacific) I Enjoy Being A Girl (Flower Drum Song) The Sweetest Sounds The Sound Of Music Singalong

** As part of the Louis Vuitton/America's Cup Festival

For ticket prices for all concerts please ring our Freephone 0800 479 674 All Artists and programmes are correct at time of compilation; the NZSO reserves the right to change concert details without notice.

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