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Amici Ensemble

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  • General Admission: $44.00 ea ($40.00 + $4.00 fees)
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Wellington will be at Covid Level 2 for this concert which restricts audiences to 100 with 1 metre spacing. Regretfully, we need to stop sales through Eventfinda to avoid selling more than 100 seats. We may have a very small number of seats but need to allocate these directly. Please email us at sundayconcertsnz@gmail.com if you wish to purchase a ticket. We will allocate tickets based upon the time email requests are received.

NZSO associate concertmaster Donald Armstrong, brings together the Amici ensemble which regularly promotes chamber music written for unusual combinations of instruments as well as works which are rarely performed live. This year internationally celebrated pianist Jian Liu joins the ‘friends’ Andrew Thomson (violin, viola), Malavika Gopal (violin), Nicholas Hancox (viola) and Andrew Joyce (cello) as well as Armstrong.

Franz Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsody No 9 in E major, "Carneval de Pest” (version for piano trio)
Wolfgang Mozart - String Quintet in G minor, K516
Ernest Chausson - Concert for Violin, Piano and String Quartet in D major Op.21

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