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Nelson Symphony Orchestra presents: Travel Plans

Nelson Centre of Musical Arts, 48 Nile St, Nelson, 7010, New Zealand

Come on a musical voyage with us as we present works by composers from Germany, Spain, France, Russia, USA and NZ, with guest soloist Owen Moriarty (Guitar) playing Rodrigo’s Concerto de Aranjuez. Conducted by Beth Cohen. Programme: Beethoven – Overture to Fidelio Fauré – Pélleas et Mellisande Rodrigo – Concerto d’Aranjuez Natalie Hunt – Only to the Highest Mountain…

Nelson Symphony Orchestra presents: Bach and Sons

Nelson Centre of Musical Arts, 48 Nile St, Nelson, 7010, New Zealand

An uplifting evening of exquisitely beautiful music awaits. Come and celebrate the musical genius of the Bach family with the NSO, featuring stunning cello soloist Matthias Balzat. Conducted by Jason Balla Programme: J.S. Bach – Orchestral Suite No. 2 C.P.E. Bach – Cello Concerto in  A Major, H. 439 W.F. Bach – Sinfonia in F Major, FK 67 “Dissonant”…

Nelson Symphony Orchestra presents: Orchestral Dances

Nelson Centre of Musical Arts, 48 Nile St, Nelson, 7010, New Zealand

The NSO presents a thrilling evening of glorious orchestral dance music to sweep you off your feet. Showcasing an array of classical favourites including Bach, Tchaikowsky, Strauss, Brahms, Saint-Saëns, Khachaturian, Prokofiev, and Shostakovich. Conducted by Jason Balla Programme: Bach – Chaconne arr L.Stokowski Tchaikowsky – ‘Swan Lake’ suite Op. 20a J. Strauss – Overture from ‘Die Fledermaus’ Brahms – Hungarian…

Nelson Symphony Orchestra presents: Inspire Me

Nelson Centre of Musical Arts, 48 Nile St, Nelson, 7010, New Zealand

An exciting and varied concert featuring inspiring music from the mentor and the protégé. From the old masters of Beethoven and Haydn, to modern, local talent – Nelson’s own John Rimmer’s piano concerto with soloist Kyoko Takashima, and a premiere performance of Warwick Blair’s Sunset Kiss Darkness Come, a climate change piece especially commissioned anonymously for a first performance…