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Boutique Chamber Music Festival Returns to Mt Eden

Boutique music festival returns to Mt Eden

The Mt Eden Chamber Music Festival was launched last year and is back for an encore performance following the standing ovations last time!

Featuring world-class musicians from around the country, the festival is brought to you by the Eden Arts Trust, a local charitable trust this year celebrating 30 years of supporting the arts in the community.

Friday - Players from NZ Barok perform early chamber works

Saturday - A Liederabend with Catrin Johnsson, Edith Salzmann and Rachel Fuller

Sunday - Lara Hall, James Tennant and Katherine Austin play piano trios

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