Futuna Chapel in Karori will host a series of nine Sunday afternoon concerts. Beginning on Sunday 10 March, the chapel will resonate with music from choirs and instrumentalists. The chapel designed by architect John Scott in the early 1960’s has long been celebrated as one of New Zealand’s most significant buildings of the twentieth century.
It is regarded as a brilliant essay in geometry and coloured light, as well as for the way it draws on Scott’s Māori heritage. The chapel lends special acoustic qualities that will showcase a variety of musicians from Wellington.There is a wide selection of musical genre on display.
Admission $10 per person either at the door or at www.dashtickets.co.nz.