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Biennial festival celebrating the very best in the performing, visual and related arts. Next main Festival Sept / Oct 2020.
PO Box 5710, Moray Place, Dunedin 9058, New Zealand
Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra is the city's leading performing arts organisation, and Auckland'sfull-time professional symphony orch. In more than 80 performances annually, the APO presents a full season of symphonic work and works with New Zealand Opera, the Royal New Zealand Ballet, Auckland Arts Festival and Michael Hill International Vn Competition. The APO collaborates with New Zealand contemporary artists, and performs wih international classical musicians and popular acts. The APO also runs an extensive education programme, reaching more than 20,000 students annually.
PO Box 56 024, Dominion Rd, Mt Eden, New Zealand, 0 624, New Zealand
Competition dates: 27 - 30 September 2018 Eligibility: Open to pianists of all nationalities under the age of 28 (born on or after 29 September 1990). The Competition is in 3 rounds. 1st Round: sonata plus virtuoso etude (playing time 20-30 minutes); 2nd Round: 30-35 minute recital; Final: 40-45 minute recital. Prizes: 1st prize: NZD 15,000; total prize pool of NZD 32,000. Entry fee: NZD175 plus any bank charges. Location: Turner Centre, Kerikeri, Bay of Islands, New Zealand Applications open 1 February 2018 and close 14 May 2018. Frequency: Biennial.
Kerikeri international Piano Competition, PO Box 269, Kaikohe, 0440, New Zealand
Wellington Convention Centre, 111 Wakefield St, Wellington 6011
Eligibility: Open to violinists of all nationalities between the ages of 18 and 28. Requirements: Selection video recording and CV etc. 2 quarter-final rounds of unaccompanied and accompanied works. Prizes: 1st prize NZ $40,000, plus personalised professional development package; 2nd prize NZ $10,000; 3rd prize NZ $5000; 4th prize NZ $3000; 5th prize NZ $2000; 6th prize NZ $1000; best performance of commissioned work NZ $2000; chmbr music prize $2000. Bergonzi violin awarded to deserving semi-finalist. Entry fees: NZ $175. Location: Queenstown and Auckland. Frequency: Biennial.
PO Box 78141, Grey Lynn, Auckland 1245, New Zealand
Bachelor of music, 3-year course in comp, history and literature of music, jazz, classical performance, popular music; available as honours degree with 1 extra year's study. Postgrad diploma and master of music both 1-year courses; master of music available in performance, comp, musicology. Doctor of music arts an advanced performance-centred programme.
The University of Auckland, Building 520, 6 Symonds St, Auckland, New Zealand
Biennial festival. Dates: 1-2 June 2015.
St James Theatre, 77-87 Courtenay Place, Wellington 6011, New Zealand
Pno festival with a variety of events situated in and around the Auckland Town Hall Concert Chamber. New website and full 2011 programme tba. Dates: Apr.
PO Box 99801, Newmarket 1149, Auckland, New Zealand
100+ performances per year.
PO Box 6640, Wellington, New Zealand
10 performances per year.
PO Box 11046, Wellington, New Zealand
Publisher of contemporary music by composers from the UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, specialising in inst and chmbr music, and works for perc. Comps inc Gareth Farr, Christos Hatzis, Vincent Ho, John Psathas, and Matthew Hindson. UK retail and hire catalogues available.
PO Box 10-143, The Terrace, 6036 Wellington, New Zealand
SOUNZ is a music information centre championing the music of Aotearoa New Zealand by collecting and curating resources, connecting them with audiences and collaborating with partners towards shared goals. SOUNZ maintains and develops a diverse collection of quality NZ music resources (scores, audio, video etc.) and makes them available for loan, hire, sale and download, accessed through SOUNZ online. We connect performers, presenters, teachers, composers, artistic directors and broadcasters with New Zealand music through our promotional activities and projects.
Level 3, Toi Poneke Arts Centre, 61 Abel Smith Street, Te Aro, Wellington, 6011, New Zealand
The Southern Sinfonia is Dunedin's only professional orchestra, and one of four regional orchestras in New Zealand's largest cities, funded by Creative New Zealand. We have established a reputation for the high calibre of our performances. Annually, we present a seven-concert subscription series, plus schools and chamber concerts, and education programmes including masterclasses and workshops. We also regularly accompany productions by resident and touring opera, ballet, musical and choral companies.
PO Box 5571, Dunedin, New Zealand
A variety of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in classical performance, musicology, ethnomusicology, instrumental/vocal comp, jazz, music studies, music therapy, musicology, sonic arts. Double majors possible; also foundation certificate in Jazz.
PO Box 2332, Wellington, New Zealand
Produces mainstage productions in Auckland and Wellington.
PO Box 6478, Wellesley St, 1141 Auckland, New Zealand
5 professional performances per year.
PO Box 11046, Wellington, New Zealand