NZSO Community Programmes are an opportunity for us to engage with the wider communities of New Zealand; to step off the concert platform and meet new audiences, providing exciting and innovative pathways for people to access the orchestra.
Family Day with NZSO at Te Papa
Enjoy a day of free family concerts with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra at Te Papa Tongarewa Museum of New Zealand on Saturday 30 November.
In 2013 the NZSO is delighted to work with master looper and multi-instrumentalist Adam Page on his first symphony. Originally fromAdelaideand now residing inWellington, Adam is the master of all things loopy! Performing his critically acclaimed looping show around the world since 2006 playing on kumera, carrots and even his beard, he performed at the 2013 Edinburgh Fringe Festival to much acclaim.
For his inaugural performance with the NZSO, he has decided to explore the world of orchestral sounds in loops. This work, conducted by Hamish McKeich and written to incorporate sub-conductors from the community, will provide an interactive experience for audience members.
Come and experience this world premiere performance where the audience are encouraged to be in the thick of the action and part of the orchestra for the afternoon.
The 2014 Family Day with NZSO at Te Papa will take place on Saturday 6 December.
Further details around this performance will be available in early 2014.
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