The Christchurch Symphony Orchestra are joined by leading Australian pianist (and dapper hat-wearer) Simon Tedeschi for For The Common Man, a concert programme celebrating the marvellous that can be found in the ordinary and featuring works by George Gershwin, John Adam’s and Aaron Copland.

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Cirkopolis

Run away with the circus

The spectacular and internationally-acclaimed Canadian circus arts troupe Cirque Eloize reaches us with the spellbinding Cirkopolis in November.

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Sculpture on the Peninsula is getting ready for another big year of showcasing the country's top sculpting talent at Loudon Farm.

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Spring in Christchurch means daffodils, blossoms, a too-early start to the cricket season – and of course the festival of fashion, fillies and fun that is New Zealand Cup & Show Week.

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Canterbury A&P Show 2017

Town Goes Country

It simply wouldn't be a Christchurch spring without the agricultural expo/fair/food-fest/extravaganza that is the Canterbury A&P Show.

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SCAPE Public Art 2017

Taken To Art

Christchurch is set to get a whole lot more colourful from October 7 through to November 18 with this year's SCAPE Public Art season.

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KFC Edgefest

Ja-son Deruuuuulo

The Edge teams up with The Colonel to bring us an early summer party-starter in the form of this mini music festival at Horncastle Arena.

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Hurley-Burly

Boo Radley's presents Ben Hurley

Boo Radley's big comedy nights continue with the visit of NZ comedy superstar Ben Hurley on October 26th.

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CSO: Lamb & Hayward Masterworks – Tchaikovsky 5

The CSO brings us Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky's Fifth Symphony, With themes and melodies heavily imbued with Russian character, it reminds us of the great composers fierce pride in his Russian heritage. It is an unapologetically romantic work, traversing tragedy to joyfulness in a dramatic and grandiose musical journey.

The performance will also include Elgar’s poignant Sospiri (Sighs), composed in the months preceding the outbreak of World War I. 

Finally, the orchestra is joined by British violinist Tamsin Waley-Cohen (pictured), who makes her CSO debut performing Samuel Barber’s lyrical and brilliant Concerto for Violin.

 

Event Details

  •   Saturday, 16 September 2017
  • Charles Luney Auditorium, St Margaret College
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