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NZSONew Zealand Symphony Orchestra
NZSONew Zealand Society for Oncology (New Zealand)
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ON an early April Saturday evening, I am sitting in the Michael Fowler Centre, the Wellington performance home of the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra (NZSO).
She has toured and recorded with the Brodsky Quartet alongside stars such as Bjork, Sting and Elvis Costello and has been a guest vocalist with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra on their world tour.
It's actually a subtle, delicately scored tone poem that is not only evocative - the opening horn and trumpet calls and string writing strangely reminiscent of Sibelius - but extremely beautiful, and played here with loving care and tonal lustre by the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra under James Judd.
Finally, Pietari Inkinen and the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra continue their voyage through the Sibelius symphonies this week with authoritative readings of the bleak No 4 and the optimistic No 5 for the Naxos label.
The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra will perform a special Plunket centenary commission These arms to hold you in Wellington on May 25, with music by New Zealand composer Eve de Castro-Robinson, words by poet Bill Manhire, and featuring the Wellington children's choir Lyrica.
She completed her MA at the University of Wales, Cardiff and returned to New Zealand where she was principal harp with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra until 1989.
Takuo Yuasa and the excellent New Zealand Symphony Orchestra give committed, alert performances of this marvellous music.
There is a tremendous sense in this score of desolation and ultimate acceptance after grim skirmishings, and the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra responds excitingly to its challenges under the empathetic conducting of Takuo Yuasa.
James Judd and the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra are joined by actors, soloists and choir to show the well-known music in context on a new Naxos release.
A contemporary of Mahler was Alexander Zemlinsky, and his Symphonic Fantasy, The Mermaid, is played by the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra under James Judd.
More to my liking on Naxos was a coupling of three Stravinsky symphonies with En Shao and the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra (Naxos 8.
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