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Spanish Sun & Viennese Charm

Spanish Sun & Viennese Charm

Experience the intimacy of live chamber music, intense, in recital with acclaimed pianist Stephen Hough, on a trip across southern Europe with a programme dominated by the sunny spirit of Iberia.

"He plays with ringing power, but the expressive delicacy of his touch
marks him as a virtuoso who begins where others leave off." - Washington Post

WELLINGTON Thursday 23 September, 8pm, Wellington Town Hall
AUCKLAND, Friday 24 September, 8pm, Concert Chamber, Auckland Town Hall
TICKETS $50 A Reserve, $40 B Reserve (service fees apply)
Book at Ticketek, Wellington ph 04 384 3840, Auckland ph 09 307 5000

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