If you had purchased tickets for August 22nd or October 2nd Cumulus, these will have been automatically transferred to December 17th Cirrus. If you prefer a refund or are unsure
If you had purchased tickets for August 22nd or October 2nd Cumulus, these will have been automatically transferred to December 17th Cirrus. If you prefer a refund or are unsure of your ticket status, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
PLEASE NOTE ALL VENUES NOW REQUIRE THE QR CODED ‘MY VACCINE PASS’ FOR CONCERT ENTRY. PROOF-OF-VACCINATION CARDS FROM THE DOCTOR ARE NO LONGER SUFFICIENT.
Cirrus sweeps us into the heights of Schubert’s musical charm, shifting us into Rachel Clement’s glassmaking inspired sound world. Through passionate mood changes and luscious melodies reminiscent of the late French Romantics, Panufnik’s piano trio takes us into the depths of the nebulous glow of the clouds of Aotearoa in our new commission by Gillian Whitehead. Rachmaninoff’s masterpiece reflects on the huge journey of the whole series and brings the year to a dramatic close with a sense of pathos and heightened emotion.
Franz Schubert: Sonatensatz, D. 28
Rachel Clement: shifting states
Andrzej Panufnik: Piano Trio Op. 1
Gillian Whitehead: Ka maranga ngā kapua (new commission)
Sergei Rachmaninoff: Trio élégiaque No. 2 in D minor, Op. 9
Friday, December 17th, 7pm at St Andrew’s on The Terrace in Wellington
Tickets $40 Adult / $20 Student
Duration 1.5 hours plus interval
Wheelchair accessible and companion tickets available
Please have your vaccine pass QR code ready for scanning at the door, bring a mask, and practice safe distancing where possible. If you are feeling unwell on the day please stay home. Your ticket will be refunded.
There will be no post-concert refreshments at this event.
(Friday) 7:00 pm
St Andrew's on the Terrace