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Chamber Music New Zealand National Gig Guide

Chamber Music New Zealand National Gig Guide: Feb/Mar 2005

FEB/MARCH
Kronos Quartet (US)

Internationally acclaimed Kronos Quartet perform in Auckland for the first time and return to Wellington for the first time in nine years. The quartet is synonymous with musical innovation and is known for its unique artistic vision and fearless dedication to experimentation.

Auckland - Wednesday 23 February, Auckland Town Hall, 8pm
Presented as part of Auckland Festival AK05

Wellington - Monday 14 March, Wellington Town Hall, 8pm

More info: http://chambermusic.co.nz/artists/79.php

MARCH/APRIL
New Zealand String Quartet (NZ)

The New Zealand String Quartet kick-start Chamber Music New Zealand’s 2005 Celebrity Season with George Crumb’s Black Angels. The work includes shouting, whispering, gongs, maracas, and crystal glasses with the quartet amplified to produce a highly surrealistic effect.

Palmerston North - Monday 21 March, Regent on Broadway, 8pm

Napier - Tuesday 22 March, Century Theatre, 8pm

New Plymouth - Wednesday 23 March, Theatre Royal, TSB Showplace, 8pm

Auckland - Thursday 24 March, Town Hall, 8pm

Wellington - Thursday 31 March, Wellington Town Hall, 8pm

Invercargill - Friday 1 April, Centrestage, 8pm

Dunedin - Saturday 2 April, Glenroy Auditorium, 8pm

Nelson – Monday 4 April, Nelson School of Music, 8pm

More info: http://chambermusic.co.nz/artists/84.php


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