Past Event19 Mar 2022

The Seasons

No longer available

Bruce Mason Centre

Classical music

UPDATE 17 Feb 2022:   A message from the presenter:

Thank you for booking tickets to The Seasons due to commence touring the country in March as part of the Chamber Music New Zealand 2022 concert series. 

With the safety and wellbeing of our audiences and artists at the forefront of our minds, and with many centres already exceeding the 100-patron capacity under the Red Traffic Light restrictions, we have had to make the difficult decision to postpone most of this tour until November. 

Unfortunately, in Auckland, we have been unable to secure a new date, that can work within this new tour, so disappointingly we must confirm we are unable to present The Seasons in Auckland this year.  

We are hugely disappointed not to be presenting this concert in Auckland, but we hope you understand the complexities that have arisen around rescheduling this national tour. 

Thank you again for your support of CMNZ and we look forward to seeing you throughout the year.


German-born British composer Max Richter invites us on a journey through his reimagined landscape of Vivaldi's pictorial masterpiece The Four Seasons.

"The Four Seasons is something we all carry around with us," says Richter, "It's just everywhere. This project is about reclaiming this music for me personally, by getting inside it and rediscovering it - and taking a new path through a well-known landscape."

Dancers from inclusive dance company Jolt join together with musicians of the Christchurch Symphony Orchestra to create an energetic and evocative performance. Led by acclaimed violinist Martin Riseley, this event is a joyous and affirming celebration of movement, music and life. 


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