Inspired by Smetana's 'Vltava', Orchestra Wellington's programme ranges over Eastern Europe.
Livestream video of 'Hansel & Gretel' by the Royal New Zealand Ballet, recorded in late 2019.
A concert of chamber music including two Cello Sonatas by Beethoven.
Jun Bouterey-Ishido plays a varied piano recital in Auckland.
Bede Hanley is the soloist in Christopher Rouse's Oboe Concerto with the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Giordano Bellincampi.
Tonight we begin a new series by the Los Angeles Philharmonic in its 100th anniversary season. This first concert is conducted by the orchestra's music director, Gustavo Dudamel.
Amici Ensemble in Concert in Wellington.
We begin a series of three concerts from Orchestra Wellington and its charismatic music director Marc Taddei.
NZTrio present a varied programme including a work by New Zealander Celeste Oram.
Michael Hill International Violin Competition winner Ioana Cristina Goicea joins the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra to play Shostakovich's powerful first Violin Concerto.
Highlights from the International Classical Music Awards held in Germany just in December. You'll hear some brilliant young musicians on the rise who're not yet well known internationally.
Two shorter concert from the 2019 Adam Chamber Music Festival held in Nelson.
Operatic tenor Simon O'Neill turns his attention to the concert hall and sings an arrangement of Wagner's Song Cycle Wesendonck Lieder. The orchestra follows that with a massive symphony by Bruckner.
3.00pm Adam Chamber Music Festival 2017: Memories
7.30pm Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra in concert (RADIO and VIDEO)
Brahms himself made this arrangement of 'A German Requiem' with a piano duet accompaniment.
Michael Houstoun joins the Auckland Philharmonia to perform the world première of Lyell Cresswell's Piano Concerto No 2, commissioned by Houstoun himself.
Franz Schubert's song cycle of despair, rendered by a singer and pianist of great sensitivity. And several pieces by Mozart – after all, this does come from the festival bearing the composer's name in Würzburg.
The Orava Quartet - with their colourful sox - visited for the 2018 NZ Festival.
American mezzo Susan Graham sings 'The Death of Cleopatra' by Berlioz, and the NZSO plays music by Anna Clyne and Gustav Holst.
3.00pm APO: Reimagined
8.00pm Auckland Town Hall Organ: Michael Stewart
Harking back to the glory days of Venice, before cruise ships, climate change and coronavirus, NZ Barok with cellist James Bush perform music by some of the city's famous sons.
Guest soloist Torleif Thedéen plays a tuneful cello concerto by Haydn and later the orchestra launches into Stravinsky's ground-breaking ballet score 'The Rite of Spring'.
Seven bridges span the River Rhine at Cologne. The eighth one spans gulfs in the minds and hearts of music lovers, bringing 20th and 21st century to the masses. And they love it; attendance at the most recent edition of Eight Bridges in Cologne was in the thousands. This all-Russian programme is led by one of the most exciting young maestros around.