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18 September 2016

5 - 7pm

Venue: Music Theatre, School of Music

Location: 6 Symonds Street, Auckland Central

Host: School of Music

Contact email: creative@auckland.ac.nz

Sunday 18 September, 5pm

Jason Bae | Piano in Recital

Music Theatre, School of Music
6 Symonds Street, Auckland Central

Tickets: $15/$20. Bookings here

Well known throughout New Zealand for his recital and concerto performances, School of Music alumnus Jason Bae returns to our shores as Visiting Teaching Fellow to give a vibrant and colourful piano recital.

J. S. Bach
Prelude and Fugue No. 18 in G sharp minor, BWV 863 (1722)

Unsuk Chin
Piano Etude No. 2: Sequenzen (1995)

Franz Liszt
Etudes d’exécution transcendante, XII: Chasse neige (1851)

Serge Rachmaninov
Etudes-tableaux No. 5 in E flat minor, Op. 35 (1911)

Carl Vine
Piano Sonata No. 1 (1990)

Eve de Castro-Robinson
'this liquid drift of light' from Landscape Preludes (2004)

Leonie Holmes
Nocturne (2011)

Maurice Ravel
Miroirs (1904–5)

 

 

Past Events


Sunday 3 April, 5pm

Abigail Sperling | DMA Recital
Flute; Bold New Worlds

Music Theatre, School of Music
6 Symonds Street, Auckland Central

Free admission.

This event will also be live streamed here.

An evening showcasing the richness and versatility of the flute.

With Special Guests: Wairua Sinfonietta | Magic Flutes New Zealand | Uwe Grodd and Elizabeth Lau, conductors | Ron Samson, Drums | John Kim, Irazema Vera and Michael Norris, electronics

W. A. Mozart (1756–1791)
Flute Concerto in D Major, K. 314 for flute and chamber orchestra (c. 1778)

Brian Ferneyhough (b. 1943)
Cassandra’s Dream Song for solo flute (1970)

Michael Norris (b. 1973)
Deep Field III for flute and electronics (2016)

Henry Brant (1913–2008)
Ghosts and Gargoyles for flute and flute octet (2001)

Sunday 15 May, 5pm

Karlheinz Company | Turtle Time

Music Theatre, School of Music
6 Symonds Street, Auckland Central

Tickets: $15/$20. Bookings here

The Karlheinz Company is the School’s flagship contemporary music ensemble, well known for presenting strong programmes of NZ and international repertoire.

György Ligeti (1923–2006)
Continuum for harpsichord (1968)

Jack Body (1944–2015)
Turtle Time (1968)

Pierre Boulez (b. 1925)
Notations for piano (1945)

Anthony Young (b. 1979)
Leave Your Light On (2016)

Alex Taylor (b. 1988)
vis-à-vis (2016)

Steve Reich (b. 1936)
Pendulum music for microphones, amplifiers, speakers, performers (1968)

John Grant (b. 1968)
Queen of Denmark (2010)

Clovis McEvoy (b. 1987)
Change Blindness for tenor saxophone

Eve de Castro-Robinson (b. 1956)
Cries of Auckland (2015)

Sunday 29 May, 5pm

Kufferath | Almonte | Grodd | Salzmann

Music Theatre, School of Music
6 Symonds Street, Auckland Central

Tickets: $15/$20. Bookings here

Uwe Grodd - flute
Elisabeth Kufferath - violin
Edith Salzmann - cello
Caroline Almonte - piano

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Symphony No. 40 in G Minor, K. 550 (arr. J.N. Hummel for flute, violin, cello and piano)

Ludwig van Beethoven
Symphony No. 3 in Eb major ‘Eroica’, Op. 55 (arr. J.N. Hummel for flute, violin, cello and piano)

Sunday 24 July, 5pm

Collegium Musicum

Due to unforeseen circumstances, this concert has been cancelled.

Sunday 7 August, 5pm

Nicholas Isherwood | The Electric Voice

Kenneth Myers Centre
74 Shortland St, Auckland Central

Tickets: $15/20. Bookings here

Nicholas Isherwood is one of the world's leading singers of contemporary vocal music. Here he performs The Electric Voice; a concert comprising New Zealand and international repertoire, including a premiere from Dr Eve de Castro-Robinson.

Pamela Madsen
Luminosity: Pierre’s Dissertation on Crystals (2016)

Gene Coleman
Kokhlos (2016)

Eve de Castro-Robinson
hand (2016) - New Zealand premiere

John Cage & Gianluca Verlingieri
Aria with Fontana reMix (1958-2009) - world premiere

Helmuth Flammer
nach vorn...4, spatial à l'évocation infini et échappée

Dugal McKinnon
Two of Four Bodies (2016) - world premiere

Sunday 14 August, 5pm

Atchison | Johnsson | Fuller
Music Theatre, School of Music
6 Symonds Street, Auckland Central

Tickets: $15/$20. Bookings here

Morag Atchison and Catrin Johnsson – voice
Rachel Fuller – piano

Songs and duets that celebrate the beauty of nature by well-loved composers including John Ireland, Michael Head, Douglas Lilburn and Johannes Brahms.

John Ireland
Eight songs for upper voices and piano (1918) - selections

Michael Head
Songs of the Countryside (1921) - selections

Douglas Lilburn
Three Songs (1958)

Johannes Brahms
Four Duets for soprano, alto and piano, Op. 61 (1858)

John Greer
A Sarah Binks Songbook: The Sweet Songstress of Saskatchewan (1988) - selections

Arnold Schönberg
Brettl-Lieder (1901) - selections

Sunday 28 August, 5pm

Ensembles in Concert
Music Theatre, School of Music
6 Symonds Street, Auckland Central

Free admission.

School of Music classical performance flute and cello students perform a concert of works prepared over the year. The concert will feature the Magic Flutes NZ and University Cello ensemble.