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NZSO concerts with Edo de Waart

NZSO concerts with Edo de Waart

MOZART Violin Concerto No. 4
MAHLER Symphony No. 9

With Free pre-concert talks – 45 minutes prior

Fri 8 August WELLINGTON Michael Fowler Centre 6.30pm
Tue 12 August CHRISTCHURCH CBS Canterbury Arena 7.00pm
Thu 14 August HAMILTON Founders Theatre 7.30pm
Fri 15 August AUCKLAND Town Hall 7.00pm

Superstar conductor Edo de Waart, the New Zealand
Symphony Orchestra and Mahler’s death defying Ninth
Symphony come together for an epic night in the concert hall this August.

Nobody leads Mahler like conducting colossus Edo de Waart'-
and the NZSO will thrill when he takes to the podium.

Plus, phenomenal young Dutch violinist Simone Lamsma makes her New Zealand debut with Mozart's Fourth Violin Concerto.

She's gaining fame around the world as a rising classical star.

Experience her brilliance with this exuberant and much-loved work, which dazzles with life.

Be overwhelmed by the transcendent music of Mahler and Mozart with the NZSO.

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