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Festival Tickets Now On Sale!

Festival Tickets Now On Sale!


It is with great excitement that we announce individual tickets for the 2015 Adam Chamber Music Festival are now on sale and extend a warm welcome to all music lovers to join us this summer in Nelson, New Zealand.

Our Artistic Directors Helene Pohl and Gillian Ansell of the New Zealand String Quartet have created a programme which will thrill, move and engage audiences.

The sheer excitment of hearing top international performers such as Kathryn Stott (England), theYing Quartet (US) and the Song Company(Australia) collaborate with New Zealand's leading chamber musicians in rarely heard works will engender treasured memories for a lifetime.

If you're on our postal mailing list you should receive our brochure in the next few days, but you can peruse the programme right now on our website by clicking here. Plus you can read all about our guests by clicking here.

Because we have received so much interest with ourFestival Passes which went on sale last month the number of premium seats is now quite limited, so we do recommend booking early to avoid disappointment.

We look forward to seeing old friends and making new acquaintances in the New Year.


How To Book

You can read full booking information on our website here.

To purchase a ticket simply click on the 'Book Now' link on our site or go direct to the TicketDirect websitehere.

For personal service and seat selection you can phone the Theatre Royal direct in Nelson on +64 3 548-3840(that's 03 548-3840 within New Zealand)

If you'd like to check out seating plans you can click on the seating plan images here.


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