He’s our best classical artist and concertmaster of the Auckland Philharmonia. RICHARD BETTS has a wide-ranging conversation with Andrew Beer.
News, reviews and gig information on local and international concerts
Still a cult act when they toured NZ in 1981, The Cure were down-to-earth enough to “hang” with their Wellington fans and even jam with a local group, writes GARY STEEL.
Auckland Chamber Orchestra presents its usual array of interesting music. And it’ll cost you nothing to attend, writes RICHARD BETTS.
Prompted by its 20th anniversary and an upcoming tour to mark the occasion, GARY STEEL reassesses Shayne Carter’s greatest album. IMPORTANT NOTE: This tour has been postponed due to the Level 4 lockdown until December. See all dates and venues below. For fans of New Zealand alt-rock group Straitjacket […]
A reconstituted version of Shayne Carter’s band Dimmer will perform the entire I Believe You Are A Star album for its 20th anniversary in September.
RICHARD BETTS previews a clutch of performances by the NZSO this month.
FRANCES CHAN reviews an Auckland gig that put classic jazz in a setting that brought out the best of players both young and uh… legacy.
RICHARD BETTS chats with the music director of new women’s choir Luminata Voices ahead of its first performance.