Autumn Soloists

27 February 2019 / News

Outside our busy NZSQ schedule, you can find each of us performing as soloists over the next couple of months. First up, it’s Helene. She’s joining forces with Jian Liu on 29 March for a free violin and piano recital at the New Zealand School of Music.

Helene and Jian 29 Mar lunchtime concert

Then it’s Rolf, who’s playing the Dvořák Cello Concerto with the Nelson Symphony Orchestra on 30 March.

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On April 7, Monique and Gillian are together taking the starring roles in the Wellington Chamber Orchestra’s first concert for the year, as the violin and viola soloists in Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante.

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But, even before this, remember to come along to our first Wellington NZSQ performance for 2019: at the New Zealand School of Music on Friday 15 March.

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