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Amalia Hall (violin) and Katherine Austin (piano)
16th Dec 2013 7:30pm
Join outstanding Conservatorium of Music MMus student Amalia Hall as she presents her final exam recital with pianist Katherine Austin.

Farewell & Fundraiser for soprano Evelyne Bourton
28th Feb 2014 7:00pm
A farewell concert by former Waikato singing student Eve Bourton before she leaves to study and audition in Italy and Europe.

Taioreore: Maui, Izanagi and Izanami
1st Mar 2014 7:30pm
Local Kapa Haka group Kapa Kuru Pounamu and Japanese percussionist Wa San Bon combine creation myths in a rich fusion of Eastern and Maori cultures.

Lunchtime Recital Series - Orientation Concert featuring Dame Malvina Major
5th Mar 2014 1:00pm
The ever popular Wednesday Lunchtime recital Series kicks off with Dame Malvina Major

Wa San Bon Live
7th Mar 2014 7:00pm
Come and immerse yourselves in an ocean of rhythm with the sound of the magnificent Japanese ‘Taiko’ drums. Three of the leading Japanese taiko drummers, will blow you away with their profound yet funky beats.

An Eve of Indian Classical Music - flautist Rakesh Chaurasia
9th Mar 2014 5:00pm
Sargam School of Indian Music proudly presents flautist Sh. Rakesh Chaurasia, live in concert and accompanied by Basant Madhur on tabla.

2014 Inaugural Professorial Lecture Series - Professor Stuart Locke
11th Mar 2014 6:00pm
Beyond the piggy bank: Making financial literacy fly The first in this year's 2014 Inaugural Professorial Lecture Series features Stuart Locke from the Waikato Management School discussing financial literacy.

Lunchtime Recital Series – Chris Hainsworth (piano) & Andreï Freïdine (clarinet)
12th Mar 2014 1:00pm
Pianist Chris Hainsworth is joined by clarinettist Andrei Freidinefor a smorgasbord of delightful music!

Good Reads
13th Mar 2014 6:30pm
A lively panel chaired by award winning breakfast radio presenter Mark Bunting will speak on “What have you been reading lately? What's new and coming to us in the next six months?"

Tales from the Forbidden City - Chamber Music New Zealand
13th Mar 2014 7:30pm
"Music produces a kind of pleasure which human nature cannot do without" Confucius, The Book of Music

Kelemen Quartet - Chamber Music New Zealand
18th Mar 2014 7:30pm
Hungarian passion. Classical perfection. Contemporary fire.

Lunchtime Recital Series - Hanumi Saxophone Quartet
19th Mar 2014 1:00pm
Award-winning saxophone quartet from the Netherlands

Dance Seminar - Visiting Lecturer Erica Stanton (University of Roehampton, UK)
19th Mar 2014 1:10pm
"Doing, undoing and re-doing in the dance studio. A story of trial and error, trauma and 'passing the parcel'"

Alumni Performance - Edward King (cello) and Maria Mo (piano)
23rd Mar 2014 5:00pm
Award-winning Waikato graduates Edward King and Maria Mo return to play Schubert, Liszt and Ginastera

Lunchtime Recital Series - Jozef Luptak
26th Mar 2014 1:00pm
Slovakian cellist Jozef Luptak plays with Katherine Austin (piano) and James Tennant (cello)

Cello Masterclass with Jozef Luptak
26th Mar 2014 3:00pm
Slovak Cellist, Jozef Luptak, one of the most prominent musicians in Eastern European music and arts presents this masterclass for Conservatorium of Music cellists.

Peace Concert - Music for Meditation
31st Mar 2014 7:30pm
Free peaceful concert to mark the United Nations call for an International Day of Happiness.

Lunchtime Recital Series - Jeffrey Grice
2nd Apr 2014 1:00pm
New Zealand born pianist Jeffrey Grice plays Chopin's "Preludes", Gounod's "Hymn to St Cecilia" and other jazz inspired works

SEMINAR: Forging a Musical Career with Jeffrey Grice
2nd Apr 2014 3:00pm
New Zealand-born pianist Jeffrey Grice, who has enjoyed a successful concert and performing career in Paris for over 30 years, will address Conservatorium of Music students and answer questions about being a professional musician in Europe.

Lunchtime Recital Series - Student Concert
9th Apr 2014 1:00pm
Top Conservatorium of Music students inspire and delight with solo and chamber instrumental works and a variety of vocal repertoire.

Opera Showcase - "Betly" by Donizetti
9th Apr 2014 7:00pm
Entertaining two-act melodrama or "dramma iocoso" by Italian composer Gaetano Donizetti featuring Beverly Pullon, Philip Akau and Edward McKnight.

Vocal Masterclass with Vernon Midgley
10th Apr 2014 3:00pm
Christchurch-based English tenor Vernon Midgley, Head of vocal studies at Canterbury University, presents this masterclass on musical interpretation, for Conservatorium of Music singers.

Divine Endings - OPUS Orchestra
11th Apr 2014 8:00pm
Bianca Andrew, one of New Zealand’s most outstanding emerging opera stars is soloist with Opus Orchestra in April with whom she will sing “Nuits d’Eté” by the composer, Hector Berlioz. This cycle of six beautiful and evocative songs is a showpiece for mezzo sopranos. The Orchestra will also play wor

Lunchtime Recital Series - Barbara Hill and Francis Cowan
30th Apr 2014 1:00pm
Berlin-based flautist Barbara Hill, playing Bach, Milhaud, Gaubert and Piazzolla with NZ pianist Francis Cowan.

Flute Masterclass with Barbara Hill
30th Apr 2014 3:00pm
Berlin-based, New Zealand flautist Barbara Hill presents this masterclass for Conservatorium of Music flute students.

NZBarok - Back to Baroque
2nd May 2014 7:30pm
Auckland based NZ Barok feature some of the most popular baroque music by Handel, Geminiani, Avison, Corelli and Vivaldi.

Urban Turban - film screening
4th May 2014 7:30pm

Lunchtime Recital Series - James Ioelu, Rosemary Barnes and Bill Stoneham
7th May 2014 1:00pm
Bass-baritone James Ioelu returns to the Academy with pianist Rosemary Barnes and trumpeter Bill Stoneham to perform three new song-cycles by NZ composer Janet Jennings.

The Pianist - NOW SOLD OUT
9th May 2014 7:30pm
Thomas Monckton stars in this comic circus version of a classical piano concert where everything that can go wrong does go wrong...and then some!

9th May 2014 7:30pm
A very special Okta concert featuring the premiere of a newly commissioned work by NZ composer Gillian Whitehead

Lunchtime Recital Series - Ke Lin
14th May 2014 1:00pm
Australian award-winning virtuoso pianist plays Chopin, Liszt & Ravel

Clarinet Masterclass with James Campbell
14th May 2014 2:30pm
Pre-eminent clarinet virtuoso James Campbell presents this masterclass for Conservatorium of Music clarinet students. James Campbell is touring the country as part of Chamber Music New Zealand’s concert season.

New Zealand String Quartet with James Campbell - Chamber Music New Zealand
14th May 2014 7:30pm
NZ String Quartet join with Canadian clarinetist James Campbell for a programme of Weber, Brahms and Mozart.

John Chen
16th May 2014 7:30pm
Youngest ever winner of the Sydney International Piano Competition returns to the Academy to play a programme of Barber, Beethoven, Mendelssohn and Hindemith.

2014 Inaugural Professorial Lecture Series - Professor Bronwen Cowie
20th May 2014 6:00pm
The politics of evidence: Assessment agenda

Lunchtime Recital Series - New Zealand Chamber Soloists
21st May 2014 1:00pm
The NZ Chamber Soloists are joined by brilliant young violinist Amalia Hall to play Dvorak and a new work written specially for the group

"New World - Music from the Americas" - Hamilton Civic Choir
24th May 2014 7:30pm
Hamilton Civic Choir present a programme of choral music from the Americas, from Peru to Mexico, Broadway to Hollywood.

University Chamber Orchestra Winter Concert
25th May 2014 2:30pm
The winter concert includes music from the romantic repertoire; Schumann’s Cello Concerto, Serenade for Strings by Tchaikovsky, and Dvořák's mighty ‘New World’ symphony.

Composition Masterclass with Roberto Prosseda
27th May 2014 11:00am
Italian pianist Roberto Prosseda discusses contemporary piano techniques with Conservatorium of Music composition students.

Lunchtime Recital Series - Roberto Prosseda
28th May 2014 1:00pm
Top international pianist plays recently discovered works by Mendelssohn and Dallapiccola

Concerto Competition Preliminaries
30th May 2014 1:00pm
Prelimiary round of University Concerto Competition. The winner will play a full solo concerto on tour with OPUS Orchestra in September.

Lunchtime Recital Series - Student Concert
4th Jun 2014 1:00pm
Top Conservatorium of Music students inspire and delight with solo and chamber instrumental works and a variety of vocal repertoire.

Our Country's Good by Timberlake Wertenbaker
4th Jun 2014 7:00pm - 7th Jun 2014 7:00pm
A Theatres Studies production of Timberlake Wertebaker's play about creating theatre in the first penal colony in Australia.

Aria Competition
6th Jun 2014 7:00pm
The annual Opera Aria contest. With the University vocal programme larger than ever, this competition is sure to be very keenly contented. Prizes sponsored by the Greenlea Foundation Trust.

Violin Masterclass with Nikki Chooi
7th Jun 2014 2:00pm
Canadian violinist Nikki Chooi presents this masterclass for Conservatorium of Music violinists. Winner of the prestigious 2013 Michael Hill International Violin Competition, the MHIVC prize includes touring as part of Chamber Music New Zealand’s concert season

The Winner's Tour - Nikki Chooi - Chamber Music New Zealand
8th Jun 2014 5:00pm
"Nikki Chooi enthralled in what would be a winning Sibelius, with blistering passion erupting from its ethereal opening pages"

University of Waikato Chamber Music Competition
12th Jun 2014 7:00pm
University of Waikato student ensembles compete for prizes sponsored by the Greenlea Trust

2014 Inaugural Professorial Lecture Series - Professor Kim Pickering: Making, Shaking and Breaking
17th Jun 2014 6:00pm
Making, Shaking and Breaking - Professor Kim Pickering discusses how materials science and engineering is a key driver for technological development and national economic success

Irons plays Brahms - OPUS Orchestra
20th Jun 2014 8:00pm
Diedre Irons plays Brahms's fiendishly difficult, and emotionally incredibly powerful, Piano Concerto No. 2.

Viva Italia! - United Youth Orchestra
22nd Jun 2014 3:00pm
UYO winter concert featuring Italian operatic arias with Lilia Carpinelli and Bruch's first violin concerto.

The King's Singers - The Great American Songbook
27th Jun 2014 7:30pm
Grammy Award winning a cappella group from the UK return to the Academy with songs from the Great American Songbook

Promise & Promiscuity
4th Jul 2014 7:30pm
Penny Ashton stars in hilarious award-winning one-woman musical show based very loosely on Jane Austen's Pride & Prejudice

Santiago Cañón Valencia
4th Jul 2014 8:00pm
Brilliant young Colombian cellist returns to the Academy for a solo concert with pianist Katherine Austin

The Man Who Cleaned up Penang - Visiting Lecturer
10th Jul 2014 5:30pm
Malaysian politician and Minister Boon Poh Phee will outline how the transformation of Penang was carried out, providing valuable insight into how similar ideas could be adopted in New Zealand.

Hamilton Competition's Premier Vocal Award - Sponsored by the Norah Howell Trust
13th Jul 2014 6:30pm
Eight young singers compete for a prize pool of $4000 - sponsored by the Norah Howell Trust

2014 Inaugural Professorial Lecture Series - Professor Michele Akoorie
15th Jul 2014 6:00pm
My father was a race alien: Globalisation and immigration in New Zealand

Michael Houstoun - Wednesday Lunchtime Recital
16th Jul 2014 1:00pm
NZ leading pianist plays major works by Rachmaninov and Ravel

Echolalia - created and performed by Jenny McArthur
16th Jul 2014 7:30pm
Jenny McArthur brings her delightful one woman show to the Academy as part of a fundraising campaign to get to the Edinburgh Festival in August this year.

17th Jul 2014 7:30pm
Fresh and vital contemporary music, including the premiere of new work by Mozart Fellow Jeremy Mayall

Doric String Quartet - Chamber Music New Zealand
22nd Jul 2014 7:30pm
"These are performances that make you fall in love with the music all over again" Gramophone

Olivia Francis - Farewell Fundraiser concert
24th Jul 2014 7:30pm
Cambridge violinist Olivia Francis plays a final farewell fundraising concert before starting her violin studies in London at the Royal College of Music.

Nick: an Accidental Hero
24th Jul 2014 7:30pm
Nick: An Accidental Hero is an inspiring true story about an ordinary man overcoming extraordinary challenges. A solo show written and performed by Renee Lyons, it will have you bursting at the seams with laughter one minute and reaching for the tissues the next!

University of Waikato Concerto Competition Final
25th Jul 2014 7:00pm
Final of University Concerto Competition. The winner will be concerto soloist with OPUS Orchestra on September tour

Solo Specialization Cellists - Wednesday Lunchtime Recital
30th Jul 2014 1:00pm
Solo specialization cellist students Catherine Kwa, Sam Luca and Matthias Balzat

Mana Wahine - Okareka Dance Comnpany
1st Aug 2014 - 3rd Aug 2014
Okareka Dance Company presents the world premiere season of Mana Wahine, an all-female contemporary dance performance exploring the essence of strength, power, integrity and beauty within women.

NZ Barok - The Natural Horn
1st Aug 2014 7:30pm
featuring UK natural horn soloist Anneke Scott playing the NZ premiere of Mozart's Horn Concerto no.4 in E flat (K495) on period instruments

Art Thou Arty?
3rd Aug 2014 7:00pm
A celebration of artistry by the University of Waikato Hillary Scholars . Talented displays of music, dance, theatre, Maori performing art, graphic design, screen and media are revealed in this 90 minute celebration.

Anthony Peebles - Wednesday Lunchtime Recital
6th Aug 2014 1:00pm
Top flight UK pianist plays Schubert. Liszt and Rachmaninov for his visit to Hamilton

2014 Winter Lecture Series - It's Business Time: What Will Business Look Like in the Future?
6th Aug 2014 6:00pm-7:00pm
The first in a series of four free public lectures focuses on how business is changing for the future.

Juliana Gondek - Wednesday Lunchtime Recital
13th Aug 2014 1:00pm
World renowned American mezzo-soprano

2014 Winter Lecture Series - Don't Get Bit-ten - How Safe Are You Online?
13th Aug 2014 6:00pm-7:00pm
Second in the Winter Lecture Series focuses on cyber security

14th Aug 2014 7:30pm
Based on the February 22nd Christchurch Earthquake, Munted was created entirely from interviews with the Christchurch community, media and other New Zealanders. The three performers bring to life 15 people on stage, from a 4 year-old boy, to a Grocer’s wife, to a cameraman covering the earthquake on

The White Lady - opera by David Griffiths
15th Aug 2014 - 17th Aug 2014
David Griffiths' opera about two star-strick teenagers amidst the turmoil and intrigue of downtown Auckland.

Student Concert - Wednesday Lunchtime Recital
20th Aug 2014 1:00pm
Top Conservatorium of Music students inspire and delight with solo and chamber instrumental works and a variety of vocal repertoire

2014 Winter Lecture Series - That's Entertainment: What Does the Future of Viewing Look Like?
20th Aug 2014 6:00pm-7:00pm
Join host Jesse Mulligan as panelists discuss the future of entertainment in an ever-changing digital world.

Lunchtime Recital Series - David Dolan
27th Aug 2014 1:00pm
Visiting lecturer Dr. Dolan will perform a Mozart Concerto with a string quintet of student performers, and Schubert's F minor Fantasy for piano duet with Katherine Austin, with some demonstration of the art of classical improvisation in the concert.

2014 Winter Lecture Series - The City of the Future: What Can Hamilton Learn From the Others?
27th Aug 2014 6:00pm-7:00pm
Can we learn anything about building a better city from our Canadian namesake, Hamilton, Ontario – a city that has successfully overcome its 'steel-worker town' reputation to become Ontario's No. 1 city to invest in?

Rhythm and Resonance - Chamber Music New Zealand
30th Aug 2014 7:30pm
“Its world premiere has been given in Basle two weeks ago. My wife and myself played the two pianos - it had a ‘tremendous’ success.” Béla Bartók, Letters, January 1938

The Elephant Man by Bernard Pomerance
3rd Sep 2014 7:30pm - 6th Sep 2014 7:30pm
Carving in Ice production of award-winning play that offers an intense look at John Merrick, a physically deformed Londoner of the late 1880s.

Aronui Lecture - Professor Atholl Anderson
4th Sep 2014 7:30pm
Catching the wind: The first great phase of oceanic colonisation. Professor Atholl Anderson

MineAccord with The Hummingbirds - A Spring Concert
6th Sep 2014 7:30pm
Popular local a cappella choir MineAccord welcome the arrival of spring The Hummingbirds from Waikato Diocesan School in an eclectic cross-cultural programme from across the centuries

The Return of Terpsichore
7th Sep 2014 3:00pm
Early dance specialists Capriol join with local baroque music ensemble Affetto in a very special concert of dance and music.

2014 Inaugural Professorial Lecture Series - Professor Brendan Hicks
9th Sep 2014 6:00pm
Fish in Freshwater- Made in the Shade

Cellophonics - Wednesday Lunchtime Recital
10th Sep 2014 1:00pm
8 University cellists in delicious harmony

OPUS Orchestra Celebrates
12th Sep 2014 8:00pm
OPUS Orchestra's third concert tour of the year highlights the winner of the University Concerto Competition, violinist Brigitte Balzat, in a programme also including Mozart, Sibelius and Prokofiev.

Eggner Trio with Amihai Grosz - Chamber Music New Zealand
15th Sep 2014 7:30pm
“… artists of supreme musicianship” Sydney Morning Herald

Student Concert - Wednesday Lunchtime Recital
17th Sep 2014 1:00pm
Top Conservatorium of Music students inspire and delight with solo and chamber instrumental works and a variety of vocal repertoire.

Luca Manghi, James Tennant and Katherine Austin - Wednesday Lunchtime Recital
24th Sep 2014 1:00pm
Flautist Luca Manghi joins pianist Katherine Austin and cellist James Tennant in an exciting programme of outstandin music

Finding Happiness - lectures and workshops by Nayaswami Asha
26th Sep 2014 - 28th Sep 2014
A weekend of workshops and lectures on the theme of "Finding Happiness" taken by Nayaswami Asha, lifelong devotee of Paramhansa Yogananda, who studied under his disciple Swami Kriyananda for over 40 years.

Rothschild-Riddle Duo - Wednesday Lunchtime Recital
1st Oct 2014 1:00pm
Violinist Marianne Rothschild and pianist Glenn Riddle play music by Australian composers Linda Kouvaras and Stuart Greenbaum

David Griffiths and Christine Griffiths - Wednesday Lunchtime Recital
8th Oct 2014 1:00pm
Canzoni per pranzo: NZ baritone David Griffiths presents a varied programme of song including works by Tosti and Debussy’s legendary Baudelaire settings.

Lilburn Trust Student Composition Awards Concert
10th Oct 2014 7:00pm
An exciting evening of new compositions by Conservatorium of Music students. The awards are possible due to the generosity of the Lilburn Trust, Alexander Turnbull Library Endowment Trust.

Spring Concert - Conservatorium Orchestra
12th Oct 2014 2:00pm
The University Conservatorium of Music Orchestra returns for a delightful programme highlighting the talents of some its most senior students

2014 Inaugural Professorial Lecture Series - Professor Robert Hannah
14th Oct 2014 6:00pm
Measuring time in antiquity: Archaeoastronomy in the Greek and Roman worlds

Student Concert - Wednesday Lunchtime Recital
15th Oct 2014 1:00pm
Top Conservatorium of Music students inspire and delight with solo and chamber instrumental works and a variety of vocal repertoire.

Beating Hearts and Body Parts
15th Oct 2014 7:30pm - 17th Oct 2014 7:30pm
Theatre Studies production of original devised show by third year students, ."...full of beauty, blood and bold physical performances...[taking] you to the the Heart of Desire."

Musical Showcase - Dame Malvina Major
16th Oct 2014 6:30pm
Dame Malvina Major has put together a special musical showcase that will feature performances by some of the University of Waikato’s top music students.

Artz Electro
18th Oct 2014 5:30pm
A concert of inter-disciplinary new media works by students and staff combining elements of live performance, graphics, moving images, and audio; also including interactive/generative technologies.

Spring Concert - United Youth Orchestra
19th Oct 2014 3:00pm
The UYO return to the Academy for their annual Spring concert with music by Mahler, Saint-Saens, Herbert and Sarasate

21st Oct 2014 6:00pm
Professor Bloom from the Harvard School of Public Health is Waikato University’s Golden Jubilee Distinguished Professor

Student Concert - Wednesday Lunchtime Recital
22nd Oct 2014 1:00pm
Top Conservatorium of Music students inspire and delight with solo and chamber instrumental works and a variety of vocal repertoire.

Opera Showcase
23rd Oct 2014 7:30pm
Voice students from the University Conservatorium of Music offer a double bill of operatic ensembles

Aroha String Quartet - Chamber Music New Zealand
25th Oct 2014 7:30pm
"rarely have I heard a string quartet produce such breathtakingly gorgeous, mellow, velvety sound" MusicWeb International

Calypso Nights
27th Oct 2014 8:00pm
Labour Day Comedy Special! Fresh from success at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and the NZ International Comedy Festival Barnie Duncan's highly original one man show Calypso Nights "[ooozes] originality out of every comical pore. I've never seen anything quite like it"

Xmas Verses - Black Grace Dance
29th Oct 2014 7:00pm - 1st Nov 2014 7:00pm
Black Grace Dance Company return to the Academy with a set of original new dance works choreographed by the incomparable Neil Ieremis

NZ Barok - Anniversary Celebration
31st Oct 2014 7:30pm
NZ Barok turns 10! A celebration of 10 years of NZ Barok featuring current and past orchestra members.

Paleofantasy - What evolution tells us about modern life
6th Nov 2014 6:30pm
Are our bodies and brains truly at odds with modern life? Professor Marlene Zuk , Professor of Ecology, Evolution and Behaviour at the University of Minnesota, discusses the relationship between human evolution and environment.

"Fat Pig" by Neil Labute (2004) - playreading
7th Nov 2014 7:00pm - 8th Nov 2014 7:00pm
Carving in Ice Theatre Company produce a public playreading of "Fat Pig" by Neil Labute, a play about a young man who is in a happy relationship with a plus-size librarian until his misogynist friend Carter and a female co-worker weigh in with their opinions of his new girlfriend.

End of Year Gala Concert
9th Nov 2014 2:30pm
The Conservatorium of Music's year comes to a delightful end with a non-stop, music from all corners concert with students and staff.

Andrew Leathwick - Masters Piano Recital
11th Nov 2014 7:00pm
Andrew Leathwick in his Masters solo piano recital plays Beethoven, Tchaikovsky, Messaien and Prokofiev

Trio Masterworks
14th Nov 2014 8:00pm
This dynamic Piano Trio will be performing much-loved Masterworks by Beethoven and Tchaikovsky and a new work by Gary Carpenter in the intimate surroundings of the Dr John Gallagher Concert Chamber.

Pettman/ROSL - Audition Day
15th Nov 2014 10:00am
Top chamber music groups from the Music programmes at Waikato, Auckland, Otago and the NZ School of Music in Wellington compete for the International Arts Scholarship prize worth up to $50,000

Pettman/ROSL ARTS Chamber Music Scholarship Final
16th Nov 2014 7:00pm
Three chamber music ensembles compete for the highly saught after Scholarship Prize of a 5-week cultural experience in the UK including masterclasses, Summer Schools, performing at the ROSL Clubhouse in London and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and attending concerts and operas in London.

2014 Inaugural Professorial Lecture Series - Professor Iain White
18th Nov 2014 6:00pm
The more we know, the more we don't know: Flood risk management in the 21st Century'

"9 Parts of Desire" by Heather Raffo (2003) - playreading
18th Nov 2014 7:00pm - 19th Nov 2014 7:00pm
Carving in Ice present a public playreading of "9 Parts of Desire" by Heather Raffo - a portrait of the lives of a wide cross-section of Iraqi women.

Hummingbirds - Final Performance
8th Dec 2014 7:00pm
Waikato Dio's very own student a capella group give their final performance in a programme that includes songs by Beyonce, Lorde and Kimbra.

"33 Variations" by Moises Kaufman (2009) - playreading
8th Dec 2014 7:00pm - 9th Dec 2014 7:00pm
Carving in Ice Theatre Company produce a playreading of Moises Kaufman's play about a dying musicologist's obsession with Beethoven, and Beethoven's own obsession with his own composition of 33 Variations on a waltz by Anton Diabelli.