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Music Alive

Clarissa Dunn takes you to the best seat in the house for live concerts featuring local and international artists.

Monday to Saturday at 8pm

Saturday 20 April 2019

3.00pm Vesa-Matti Leppänen (violin), Julia Joyce (viola), Andrew Joyce (cello) and Diedre Irons (piano) present a concert for Wellington Chamber Music Trust, with music by Schubert, Fauré and Brahms.

7.30pm For Easter, Stephen Layton conducts an Auckland performance of Bach's St. Matthew Passion

 

3:00pm

SCHUBERT: Adagio & Rondo Concertante in F D487;

FAURÉ: Piano Quartet No 1 in C minor Op 15;

BRAHMS: Piano Quartet No 2 in A Op 26

Vesa-Matti Leppänen (violin), Julia Joyce (viola), Andrew Joyce (cello), Diedre Irons (piano)

Recorded in St. Andrew's on The Terrace, Wellington by RNZ

7:30pm

J S BACH: St Matthew Passion BWV 244

Gwilym Bowen (Evangelist), Laurence Williams (Christus), Sara Macliver (soprano), Helen Charlston (mezzo), Hiroshi Amako (tenor), Michael Craddock (baritone), UoA Chamber Choir, Ripieno Chorus, Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra/Stephen Layton

Recorded in Auckland Town Hall by RNZ

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