Past Event13 Mar 2022

Musical Revolutionaries

No longer available

Concert Chamber, Auckland Town Hall

Classical music

Musical Revolutionaries scheduled for Sunday 13 March at the Auckland Town Hall Concert Chamber has been cancelled.

UPDATE 7 Mar 2022: A message from the promoter:
New Zealand Chamber Soloists regret to announce that Musical Revolutionaries scheduled for Sunday 13 March at the Auckland Town Hall Concert Chamber has been cancelled due to New Zealand being in the red setting of the Covid Protection Framework. Thank you for your understanding as we navigate through these frequent and rapid changes.

We look forward to the time where New Zealand Chamber soloists can perform for you at a time that is safe for all.

All current ticket holders will receive an automatic refund. If your details have changed, or you have any refund enquiries please contact your point of purchase.


The Programme

Presenting a programme celebrating musical revolutionaries – composers who pushed the boundaries of their genre plus a spectacular new work from New Zealand’s Janet Jennings.

Musical Revolutionaries

New Zealand Chamber Soloists
Katherine Austin - piano; Lara Hall - violin / viola; James Tennant - cello

With Special Guest: 
Dimitri Atanassov - violin 

Janet Jennings Persephone – WORLD PREMIERE
Rebecca Clarke Piano Trio

Schumann Piano Quartet in E flat major. 
(Dimitri Atanssov - violin; Lara Hall - viola; James Tennant- cello; Katherine Austin - piano)

The Artists
Combining the talents of Katherine Austin (piano), Lara Hall (violin), and James Tennant (cello) the group is dedicated to presenting classical music as a spontaneous and vivid experience connecting the audience and performers through the universal language of music.  Since its inception, the New Zealand Chamber Soloists have celebrated the unique voice of New Zealand's new generation of composers, alongside the works of the classical and 20th century traditions. The group has brought a unique blend of virtuosity, colour and a full-on, spontaneous energy to music old and new.

Guest soloist Dimitri Atanssov was the much-loved Concert Master of the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra and violinist of the Ogen Trio with James Tennant and Katherine Austin.


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