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Anzac Eve by Dave Armstrong
28th Mar 2017 7:30pm - 29th Mar 2017 7:30pm
What does ANZAC Day mean to you? Did your grandfather or great grandfather serve in the First World War? Did they come home? What stories have been passed down in your family from that time? In this entertaining hour-long play two young Kiwi guys meet two young Aussie girls… the rest is history...

Mozart through Russian Eyes - OPUS Orchestra
31st Mar 2017 8:00pm
OPUS Orchestra in concert with young cello prodigy Matthias Balzat

Student Concert
5th Apr 2017 1:00pm
WEDNESDAY LUNCHTIME RECITAL. Top Conservatorium of Music students inspire and delight with solo and chamber instrumental works and a variety of vocal repertoirE

Oratorio Concert: "Divine Things"
7th Apr 2017 7:30pm
The University Chamber Choir and soloists present an evening of highlights from some of the world's most loved oratorios.

Amalia Hall and Christopher Park
26th Apr 2017 1:00pm
WEDNESDAY LUNCHTIME RECITAL. NZ violinist and German pianist join to take us on an awe-inspiring musical journey.

Catrin Johnsson and Rachel Fuller
3rd May 2017 1:00pm
WEDNESDAY LUNCHTIME RECITAL. Swedish mezzo Catrin Johnsson and NZ pianist Rachel Fuller, perform music by Mozart, Grieg, Stenhammar, Barber and Weill.

University of Waikato Chamber Orchestra
7th May 2017 2:30pm
Exquisite programme of romantic music for strings, including concertos by Schumann and Sejourne, Dvorak's sublime String Serenade, and a twist of Bartok.

Aurelian Trio
10th May 2017 1:00pm
WEDNESDAY LUNCHTIME RECITAL. Winners of the 2016 Royal Overseas League International Chamber Music Competition.

Kathryn Stott & New Zealand String Quartet
15th May 2017 7:30pm
Full of ‘evanescent colours and shimmering, elusive light’ – British pianist Kathryn Stott joins the New Zealand String Quartet.

Student Concert
17th May 2017 1:00pm
WEDNESDAY LUNCHTIME RECITAL. Top Conservatorium of Music students inspire and delight with solo and chamber instrumental works and a variety of vocal repertoire.

University Aria Competition
20th May 2017 7:30pm
The annual Opera Aria contest - vocal students vie for prizes sponsored by the Greenlea Foundation Trust

Eugene Alcalay
24th May 2017 1:00pm
WEDNESDAY LUNCHTIME RECITAL. Romanian-born pianist Eugene Alcalay presents works by composers including Handel, Beethoven, Bartok and Liszt.

The Pickle King
24th May 2017 7:30pm - 28th May 2017 7:30pm
To celebrate their 20th anniversary Indian Ink are reviving their 2002 award winning play - The Pickle King - a play about love, death and preserves.

Masaaki Suzuki & Juilliard 415
27th May 2017 7:30pm
Juilliard415 have a reputation for combining youthful energy with poise, precision, and a luminous sound. For this New Zealand tour, J415 join forces with maestro Masaaki Suzuki, hugely esteemed for his performances and recordings of Bach.

Student Concert
31st May 2017 1:00pm
WEDNESDAY LUNCHTIME RECITAL. Top Conservatorium of Music students inspire and delight with solo and chamber instrumental works and a variety of vocal repertoire.

Gloria's Handbag - Helen Moulder
4th Jun 2017 4:00pm
A solo play starring Helen Moulder. A modern magical mystery with music from The Magic Flute

University Chamber Music Competition
7th Jun 2017 7:30pm
Conservatorium of Music chamber music ensembles compete for the G E Fairburn prize

Opera Showcase: "Encore"
10th Jun 2017 7:30pm
Experience the best of Waikato's young operatic talent in an evening of classic and contemporary arias, choruses and opera scenes.

Kuijken Solo Bach
20th Jul 2017 7:30pm
"The name Kuijken represent quality. It has become a brand of excellence." Nicole Van Opstal, Radio Klara

Imani Winds
30th Sep 2017 7:30pm
The Imani Winds mission is to use collaboration, outreach, and new commissions to bridge diverse musical tradition, including America, Latin American, and Africa.