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NZTrio - Art3


Tue 16 Oct 2012, 8:00pm

Where: Rangiora Public Library, 141 Percival Street, Rangiora, Waimakariri

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: $25.00
  • Additional fees may apply


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Listed by: Elephant Publicity

NZTrio - Justine Cormack (violin), Ashley Brown (cello) and Sarah Watkins (piano) – New Zealand’s foremost piano trio bring their Art3 series to the Chamber Gallery in Rangiora.

The gallery is situated in the original Rangiora Borough Council Chamber which is now the Rangiora Public Library and one of the region's valued historical buildings. It has only recently reopened after the entire building was strengthened and the bricks replaced. Fortunately, the gallery’s 100 year old piano escaped damage.

Art3 - NZTrio performs in visual arts spaces – kicked off in Auckland earlier this year at Lopdell House Gallery and the trio are keen to develop more opportunities to perform in unexpected venues:
“Hearing beautiful and evocative music played live by the country’s leading musicians in inspiring surroundings lifts the audience experience to another level’ says Vanessa Zigliani, the trio’s manager. NZTrio is committed to making new and classical music accessible and relevant to everyone – from experts to first-timers – by performing in spaces that are welcoming, approachable and unexpected.

The programme will allow local audiences to be transported by the sultry sounds of Spain with Joachim Turina’s Piano Trio No. 2, then treated to some high energy, cutting edge new works from Australia and New Zealand composers, before delving into the romantic, bohemian world of Antonin Dvořák.

This year NZTrio’s commitment to New Zealand music was acknowledged by the Composers Association of New Zealand with the CANZ/KBB Music citation for services to New Zealand music.

One review of NZTrio’s 2012 NZIAF concert – ‘Dreamscapes’ included …
“This festival-ending concert...packed a mighty punch in repertoire of ear-tingling sounds...a concert of real substance and reward, blessed with superlative playing from all concerned. None of this music is easy to play, yet everyone displayed a virtuosity that allowed the music the freedom to speak. And speak it did.”
March 2012 John Button - Dominion Post