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.
REVIEW: A tribute to David Bowie. All the hits, or as many as two sets and an encore allowed.
REVIEW: The Stranglers - still putting entertainment and experimentation ahead of any notions of genre integrity.
REVIEW: Les Talents Lyriques shine, despite acoustic issues
Modern brass moves beyond the the colliery band and into the sublime.
REVIEW: NZSO Hamilton performance signals new era.
REVIEW: Director successfully leads young cast in this fantasy story.
Technical issues abound, but Californian folk-rocker's fans are delighted
Sol3 Mio deliver a powerful, emotional performance in their last concert before a self-imposed hiatus