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Claire Cowan – Ultraviolet

CMNZ Composer Connections Tour: NZTrio performs at the Adam Concert Room (with introduction from Claire), 8 May 2015

CLAIRE COWAN: Ultra Violet from SOUNZ on Vimeo.

800 Million Heartbeats – Stuart Greenbaum (Australia)

NZTrio performs Stuart Greenbaum’s 800 Million Heartbeats in the Melbourne Recital Centre Salon.

Many living creatures last for around 800 million heartbeats. So the title is a metaphor for a life, measured in heartbeats, and the journeys that fill its course.

Documentary about the NZTrio Composing Competition 2015 – Celebrating Lilburn

NZTrio presents an overview of the Inaugural NZTrio Composing Competition for tertiary students – how it came about, the process involved and why Douglas Lilburn was chosen as the inspiration for this first competition.

 

Karlo Margetić – Lightbox

CMNZ Composer Connections: NZTrio performs in the Adam Concert room, with an introduction from Karlo, 8 May 2015

KARLO MARGETIC: Lightbox from SOUNZ on Vimeo.

Claire Cowan – Subtle Dances

NZTrio performs at the 2014 Aarhus Festival, Denmark

NZTrio commission

Alex Taylor – burlesques mécaniques

NZTrio performs at the 2014 Aarhus Festival, Denmark

Alex Taylor’s burlesques mécaniques

NZTrio commission

 

Mike Nock (NZ) – Vicissitudes: NZTrio and The Mike Nock Trio

Jazz and classical music come together on stage when two of New Zealand’s best-loved trios combine their considerable talents for the world premiere of Mike Nock’s new work Vicissitudes in the 2013 Christchurch Arts Festival. A musical celebration of the worlds of jazz and classical music, Vicissitudes reflects on our shared ability to overcome dire circumstances.

 

NZTrio LIVE: Café Music – Paul Schoenfield (USA)

Paul Schoenfield – Café Music: Presto

Helix – John Psathas (NZ)

NZTrio performs in the 2013 Adam Chamber Music Festival

John Psathas – Helix

NZTrio Commission

 

Toi Huarewa/The Suspended Way – Victoria Kelly (NZ)

NZTrio: Convergence – 2013 Auckland Arts Festival

NZTrio and Horomona Horo premiere a new work by Victoria Kelly – composed in collaboration with Horomona Horo, NZTrio and Tim Worrall

NZTrio commission

 

Fire in the Belly – Jack Body (NZ)

NZTrio performs Jack Body’s Fire in the Belly in the Jack Body 70th Year Tribute Concert

30 April 2014, The University of Auckland Music Theatre

Su Xie Si Ti (Four Sketches) – Gao Ping (China/NZ)

NZTrio: Convergence – 2013 Auckland Arts Festival

NZTrio performs Gao Ping’s Su Xie Si Ti (Four Sketches) for Piano Trio

NZTrio commission

Tibetan Tunes – Chen Yi (China/USA)

NZTrio: Convergence – 2013 Auckland Arts Festival

NZTrio performs Chen Yi’s Tibetan Tunes

Nga Kete e Toru – Gareth Farr (NZ) and Richard Nunns (NZ)

NZTrio: Convergence – 2013 Auckland Arts Festival

NZTrio, Richard Nunns and Horomona Horo perform Nga Kete e Toru

NZTrio commission

NZTrio LIVE: Senryu

Ross Harris (NZ) – Senryu

NZTrio Commission

Dynamic Extremes May 2007

4i’s viral marketing campaign clip for NZTrio’s concert, Dynamic extremes

Featuring NZTrio

 

2011 Auckland Arts Festival: O Cambodia Highlights

NZTrio and Tray So perform works by composers from Cambodia and New Zealand – Chinary Ung, Him Sophy, Jack Body and Gillian Whitehead. Made possible with funding from Creative New Zealand.

NZTrio at the 2010 NZ International Arts Festival

Ross Edwards Piano Trio, Second mvt

Fire and Water April 2008

4i’s viral marketing campaign clip of NZTrio’s concert, Fire & Water

Featuring NZTrio

Kingdom – David Downes (NZ)

NZTrio performs at the 2010 NZ International Arts Festival

David Downes ‘Kingdom’ – excerpt

NZTrio Commission

NZTrio LIVE: Turina

Turina Piano Trio No.1, Opus 35: Sonate – Allegro

Ravel Piano Trio – Pantoum

NZTrio at the 2010 NZ International Arts Festival

Ravel Piano Trio – Pantoum

Firestarters – Phil Dadson (NZ)

NZTrio at the 2010 NZ International Arts Festival

Phil Dadson’s Firestarters (zones of darkness and unexpected light) – excerpt

NZTrio Commission

Beyond the Pale September 2008

4i’s viral marketing campaign clip for NZTrio’s Beyond the Pale tour

Featuring NZTrio

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