Homeland Two – The stories behind the music

Find out the full story behind the composers and their works with our programme notes. Written specifically for NZTrio, these will give you an insight into the lives of the composers and what inspired the works in Homeland Two – Tunes from my home. You can also read these notes as a PDF VIEW PDF […]

Homeland Two – Tunes from my home

The Programme Chen Yi | Tunes from My HomeGeorge Enescu | Piano Trio A minorVictoria Kelly | Lyre (New commission)Antonín Dvořák | Piano Trio No. 3 in F minor, Op. 65 The essence of home is captured in the music of composers from Romania, China, New Zealand, and Bohemia.  Chen Yi musical stories’ bustling energies, […]

2023 States of Mind

Dates and Venues Friday 23 June 4pmUKARIA Cultural CentreAdelaide BOOK NOW Sunday 25 June 4pmTempo RubatoMelbourne BOOK NOW The Programme Kenji Bunch | Groovebox VariationsRachel Clement | Shifting StatesAlfred Schnittke | Piano TrioStuart Greenbaum | The year without a summerJohannes Brahms | Piano Trio No. 3 in C minor Op. 101 The concert opens with American composer Kenji Bunch’s rhythmic […]

A dance, a melody, a memory

Antonín Dvořák’s second piano trio opens our first concert 2023 Homeland series – Songs my mother taught me. One of the great nationalist composers, he was born in Nelahozeves, Bohemia, as revolution swept across Europe and nationalism became a dominant feature in European art. In 1864 he became a violist with the Prague National Theatre Orchestra, […]

Homeland 1 – Wellington

Songs my mother taught me Join us for the melodies of Bohemia and music filled with joy, loss, and longing as we celebrate the influence of folk-music on composers from across the globe.  7pm, 2 MarchPublic Trust Building, Wellington Tickets on sale now. Prices start from $25.25 for Students, $48.30 for Adults BOOK NOW Nostalgia […]

Rhythms of the Brain Charity Auction

We worked with contemporary artist Simon Ingram to create a visual work of art as part of our performance of Rhythms of the Brain in collaboration with Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki. A fascinating exploration of the inner workings of the brain and its response to musical stimuli, during the performance the brainwaves of […]