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Houstoun Plays Saint-Saëns

Houstoun Plays Saint-Saëns

When:

  • Sat 19 Nov, 7:30pm

Where:

BNZ Theatre at Vodafone Events Centre, 770 Great South Rd, Manukau City

Restrictions:

R13

Ticket Information:

  • Premium Adult: $77.33
  • Premium Senior: $67.08
  • A Reserve Adult: $58.38
  • A Reserve Senior: $52.23
  • B Reserve Adult: $46.07
  • B Reserve Senior: $39.93
  • Student / Child: $19.45
  • Wheelchair: $46.07
  • Wheelchair Senior: $39.93
  • Wheelchair Student: $19.45
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SALINA FISHER (NZ) Kintsugi for Orchestra (Premiere)
SAINT-SAENS Piano Concerto No.2 in G Minor
TCHAIKOVSKY Symphony No.4 in F Minor

UWE GRODD Conductor
MICHAEL HOUSTOUN Piano

Drawing on her Japanese heritage, Salina Fisher's 'Kintsugi' is named after the delicate art of repairing a broken item of pottery with gold. Based on her stunning piano trio, this premiere of 'Kintsugi for Orchestra' promises a dazzling depth of colour in its explorations into the fragility and strength of brokenness.

The attractiveness of Saint-Saëns' music has ensured his place in the canon of French Romantic composers. One of the most popular and frequently performed works of any genre, Saint-Saëns' virtuosic 'Piano Concerto No.2' was written in just 17 days, and was premiered with the composer himself on piano. We warmly welcome back Michael Houstoun to perform this masterpiece.

Dedicated to his patron and friend Nadezhda von Meck, Tchaikovsky's 'Fourth Symphony' resembles a fight against fate and those unbidden forces and feelings that attempt to bar and steal one's happiness in life. Tchaikovsky explained that it was an echo of his feelings of loneliness during the long 'lockdown' of a Russian winter. But ultimately, he leaves the last movement with hope, explaining that joy is a powerful force, and still possible if one looks outside oneself by caring for and rejoicing in the happiness of others.

For a full overview of the orchestra's 2022 year season, request the 2022 brochure from:
admin@manukausymphony.org.nz
(09) 577 3031.

Under the Covid Protection Framework Orange Level, a valid My Vaccine Pass is required to attend any event when entering the Vodafone Events Center. Mask use is highly recommended. Events cannot be held at Red Level and ticket holders will receive a full refund. For more information please visit https://www.pacific.org.nz/covid-19-guidelines

It is recommended patrons arrive early due to the additional My Vaccine Pass scanning at the door.

Students must hold a valid student ID.
No children under 11 years allowed.
Service fees apply.
For wheelchair bookings please call 0800 BUYTIX hotline (wheelchair bookings are not available online).
Onsite Box Office opens two hours before show start.

Entrance: Enter through Gate 1 or 2
Parking: Northern Carpark. Pay By Plate $4.00 for the first hour and 0.50 cents per hour thereafter. Payment via Inugo Parking App, NO CASH.

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