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The Artist Series: Martin Riseley


Sat 9 Apr 2016, 7:30pm–9:00pm

Where: Charles Luney Auditorium, St Margaret's College, 12 Winchester Street, Christchurch

Restrictions: All Ages

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Martin Riseley – Violin/Director

Franz Joseph Haydn - Symphony No. 6 D major "Le matin"
Ludwig van Beethoven - Romance No. 1 op. 40 G major
Franz Schubert - Rondo for Violin and Strings D438 A major
Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky - Serenade op.48 C major

Saturday 9th April 7.30pm, Charles Luney Auditorium

In the opening concert of the Artist Series, CSO Concertmaster Martin Riseley will lead the orchestra on an enjoyable evening exploring music of the masters of the Classical and Romantic eras. The programme also features Riseley as soloist performing Beethoven’s Romance No 1 in G and Schubert’s Rondo for Violin and Strings in A major.
New Zealand violinist Martin Riseley won the TVNZ 1988 Young Musicians Competition and went on to study at Juilliard with Dorothy DeLay, where he completed Master of Music and Doctor of Musical Arts Degrees. He was subsequently Concertmaster of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra for fifteen years, where he performed and premiered a large number of concertos. He has played chamber music with some of the leading musicians of our time, including Pinchas Zukerman, Yo Yo Ma and John Kimura Parker, and has held other concertmaster positions, including Interim Associate Concertmaster of the National Arts Centre Orchestra, under music director Pinchas Zukerman.

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