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Timelight:
Julian Bliss and NZTrio


Venue

Lennox Theatre

Dates

25 August 2018

Event Type

Live Event

Riverside Theatres presents

TIMELIGHT: Julian Bliss and NZTrio

British prodigy and clarinettist extraordinaire Julian Bliss, with New Zealand’s leading piano trio and ‘masters of the musical mix’ NZTrio present TIMELIGHT, a programme of chamber music both vibrant and profound.

At the heart of the collaboration is Messiaen’s masterpiece Quartet for the End of Time, a work full of life, wit and virtuosity – at odds with the composer’s setting at the time of writing – a German prisoner of war camp. John Psathas’ Island Songs and Ross Harris’ There May Be Light are a colourful and evocative match bringing flavours of Australiasia to this evening of ensemble brilliance.

NZTrio is New Zealand’s foremost piano trio and critically acclaimed as one of Australasia’s finest chamber ensembles.

Date & Time:
Saturday 25 August at 7:30pm

 

For details on NZTrio repertoire & recordings, to watch and listen to performances and read the latest reviews, please visit: www.nztrio.com

Julian appears courtesy of the Australian Festival of Chamber Music

John Psathas (NZ) Island Songs (clarinet, cello, piano)

Darius Milhaud (Fr) Suite (violin, clarinet, piano)

Ross Harris (NZ) There May Be Light (violin, clarinet, cello, piano)

Interval

Olivier Messiaen (Fr) Quartet for the End of Time (violin, clarinet, cello, piano)

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Ticket Options

Member Adult $39
Member Concession $34
30 Club $30
Adult $44
Concession (Australian Pensioner & Senior, Full Time Student) $39
Group 10+ $39
30 & Under $34
Transaction fees apply
Phone $4.60
Web $3.60
Counter $2.60

Duration

90min (plus 20 min interval)


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