Dunedin Arts Festival 2022
St Paul’s at One – NZTrio presents Moments in Time
Join us for a lunchtime concert at St Paul’s featuring Beethoven’s joyful E-flat major piano trio, Salina Fisher’s “Kintsugi” and “Old Photographs” by Greek-Canadian composer Christos Hatzis.
Wed 19 Oct 1 pm
St Paul’s Cathedral
Rhythms of the Brain
A world premiere, this collaborative project with established contemporary artist Simon Ingram and collaborators John-Paul Pochin and Kamahi Electronics will be a fascinating exploration of the inner workings of the brain and its response to musical stimuli. You’ll get to watch as our brainwaves will be captured in real time with an EEG headset and interpreted to create a pice of visual art during the performance of a brand new commission Asymptote by Alex Taylor. Rhythms of the Brain is generously supported by the Nicholas Tarling Charitable Trust.
Thurs 20 Oct, 7 pm
Dunedin Public Art Gallery
Schumann – Sechs Stücke in kanonischer Form, Op. 56 arr. for Piano Trio, III & IV
Squire – “Der Tanz” (new commission)
William Bolcom – Trio
Schubert – Piano Trio No. 2 in E flat, Op. 100
NZTrio is recognised as a ‘national treasure’ and ‘New Zealand’s most indispensable ensemble’ (NZ Herald).