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NZTrio, Ashley Brown, Amalia Hall, Somi Kim

When
Fri Oct 11th, 2019
Where

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Doors open
6:00pm
Gig starts
7:00pm
Entry
All Ages
Cover charge*
$53
*Guide only - booking fees may apply
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Join Amalia Hall (violin), Ashley Brown (cello), and Somi Kim (piano) in the beautiful Miro room at Matakana's Sculptureum for a Friday night filled with music, wine, and art. Ticket price includes a house beverage on arrival and complimentary refreshments with the musicians following the performance.

NZTrio’s 2019 TECTONIC series examines the fundamental forces that shape environments and communities, focussing in on Aotearoa New Zealand’s turbulent relationship with the United Kingdom, and the struggle between Cold War superpowers Russia and America.

In this episode, TECTONIC IMPACT, the first half compares and contrasts the very English sounds of Frank Bridge’s parlour music and UK’s shining star Rebecca Clarke, colliding them with NZTrio’s latest commission from Martin Lodge which responds to the evolving Māori-Pakeha relationship, and a time-twisting earlier commission from kiwi composing colossus, Ross Harris. The second half delivers a battle between Russia’s aching angst and America’s swing and swagger, with Schnittke in one corner and Schnyder in the other. This programme packs a punch.

Programme notes are available on our website from within the events listed under Performances.

Ring the Sculptureum on 09 422-7375 to book a table at Rothko's prior to or following the performance and enjoy a special $35 dinner + drink package.

Links
nztrio.com/event-directo...
eventfinda.co.nz/2019/te...
Tags
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