REVIEW: Four of New Zealand's best singers and songwriters combine for The Church Tour in Hamilton.
"The varied tones were perfectly mimicked, right down to the breathiness: if you shut your eyes you would not believe you were listening to strings."
Artists like The Broods and Kimbra once performed on this stage and now these Manurewa teenagers are gearing up to bask in the spotlight.
REVIEW: Opus Orchestra's Connections Series at the Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts.
REVIEW: Postmodern Jukebox's reworking of modern songs into a range of vintage styles such as swing and jazz stirred a sellout crowd to dancing in the aisles.
Opinion: He might look a little shambolic, but Englebert Humperdinck still has the songs, enough of the voice and most importantly the character, the charisma and the charm
REVIEW: Sam Edwards went along to the final in the Waikato International Cello Fest on Sunday.
REVIEW: This was a reminder as to why Henry Rollins is the ultimate symbol of something really quite extraordinary.
Father's day concert with a Celtic twist.
Sam Edwards finds the first note from Santiago Canon Valencia's bow on the cello was perfection.
"Imagine coming all this way to be crap."
REVIEW: Star singer shows Vector Arena she's come a long way from 'Waverly Place'.
This fun album will make you forget about the miserable weather.
REVIEW: But Los Angeles neo-soul band come close in Auckland concert.
REVIEW: Easily able to switch between sobering subjects and snappy send-ups, Macklemore had the crowd eagerly awaiting his next move .
REVIEW: Troye Sivan's Blue Neighbourhood show in Christchurch was "dreamy, hopeful, emotional and genuine".
REVIEW: The Cure bring all the old hits - and a few misses - to their show at Vector Arena.
It's a disconcerting feeling walking across the tarmac to Horncastle Arena for a gig with a half empty parking lot and no line out the door.
REVIEW: Music glorious, once it finally got started.
Review: Bullshot Crummond is a hilarious romp.
Classical a capella delivery at its orchestral best.
REVIEW: 20 Feet From Stardom star was warm and enthusiastic in her love of and for the music, the band and the audience.
REVIEW: Four world-class musicians and 105 minutes of non-stop music proved to be a winning formula.
Strange stage banter results in an awkward, sad and ultimately disappointing show.
Performers come together for unique performance.
The Sunday Star-Times weekly wrap of new music.
Iron Maiden throw out the charm - and theatrics - for an eager Christchurch crowd.
This remembrance of Anzac concert might not have been very long, and it might not have been very well attended.
REVIEW: Judith Durham, This will be our last goodbye, Though the carnival is over, I will love you til I die.
This concert was a continuation of Edo de Waart's calling card, a programme of standard works at the heart of the orchestral repertoire.