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Homage to French horn

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  • Admission: $38.88 each ($35.00 + $3.88 fees)
  • Students: $12.30 each ($12.00 + $0.30 fees)
  • Senior: $35.80 each ($32.00 + $3.80 fees)
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  • Fri 17 Jan 2020, 7:00pm–9:00pm


All Ages

Homage to French horn and Woodwind

Georg Philipp Telemann
Concerto e Minor for recorder, flute, strings and B.c.

Michel Corrette
Concerto "Le Phenix" for four bassoons and B.c.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Horn Quintet in E-flat Major

Carl Reinecke
Trio for Piano, Clarinet, and Horn

Emma Eden, French horn

Wolfgang Kraemer, recorder
Luca Manghi, flute
Tessa Rowe, clarinet
John Robinson, clarinet
Ben Hoadley, bassoon

Agnieszka Kulowska, violin
Zosia Herlihy - O'Brien, violin
Clara Salzmann, viola
Rob Ashworth, viola
Daniel Ng, cello

Tim Emerson, piano
Aina Kalnciema, harpsichord

Come and join us for the 13th International Akaroa Music Festival in beautiful Akaroa. For the 2020 edition, we have created an exciting programme, featuring NZ’s most accomplished musicians as well as fabulous international guest artists.

Cellist Ramon Jaffe and German pianist Michael Endres will be back this year, and America violinist Curt Thompson, Polish violinist Agnieszka Kulowska, Latvian harpsichord player Aina Kalnciema and many more join us for the first time.

On the musical menu, we have Enescu’s Romanian Rhapsody, Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony arranged by Hummel, and, due to popular demand, another Cellissimo evening.

Following on from last year’s success, we will continue to feature stellar young talent in our ‘Rising Stars’ series along the Student’s lunchtime concert series. The students will present themselves in our lunchtime concert series in the Powerhouse. Do come and see what they are up to.

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