REVIEW: This was not a long concert, and it did not feature either composer’s full orchestra, yet it triumphed.
REVIEW: Orchestra Wellington came to life with superb performance of Tchaikovsky's little heard Third Symphony.
The space was certainly bigger than most jazz dives. The air was rather less dense as well.
REVIEW: While there were fun moments, Kitty, Daisy & Lewis are running out of steam.
REVIEW: We can smell a phony a mile away and Ryan Adams is no phony.
REVIEW: We got to see an artist seemingly past his petulant and frankly boorish behaviour.
Affetto is made up of world class baroque specialists who make their magic on authentically built baroque instruments.
REVIEW: Again, we heard a stunning performance of Mahler's Fifth Symphony from the NZSO.
REVIEW: Bic Runga and Hollie Fullbrook supergroup drives perfect performance at the Wellington Opera House.
REVIEW: The National Youth Orchestra continue to improve by leaps and bounds.
Kanye West delivered an uncompromising headline performance at Glastonbury Festival on Saturday that ignited when the US rapper left the Pyramid Stage to take to the sky for hits Touch The Sky and All of the Lights.
REVIEW: Orchestra Wellington's Little Russian concert took a risk with talented young composer Leila Adu.
REVIEW: The Turnovsky Jubilee Ensemble enthralled a Wellington audience with a diverse range of works.
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REVIEW: The evening belonged to the two singers - Christine Goerke as Brunhilde and Simon O’Neill as Siegfried,
REVIEW: Celine Bonacina Trio at Wellington Jazz Festival lift gig into something truly special.
REVIEW: Tord Gustavsen Quartet rapturous applause throughout its set from a besotted Wellington audience
REVIEW: Major Lazer's third album lacks originality but is a treat.
REVIEW: Herbie Hancock and Chick Corea decided to wing it - and the crowd loved them for it.
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REVIEW: Once in a while, Mendelssohn’s 1846 oratorio Elijah - while not a work of great distinction - will do the trick.
REVIEW: Both Thomas Sondergard and Anthony Marwood dazzle in NZSO concert
The Backstreet Boys took Auckland's Vector Arena back to 1997 with their flawless harmonies.
REVIEW: Any show that starts with an all-in singalong by nearly 1000 people is going to be a crowd-pleaser.
Glam metal. A musical footnote, both ironic and iconic. A late-80s blur of bouffant hair and searing guitar solos. At a glance, Motley Crue – on a farewell tour, playing their first and last NZ show – and Alice Cooper fit that bill.
REVIEW: Clearly this concert didn’t look all that interesting to many NZSO regulars - the house was not very full.
REVIEW: Dennis Locorriere, the voice of Dr Hook, was in fine form but I couldn’t detect an ounce of enthusiasm from the rest of the band.
REVIEW: Big, dumb rock'n'roll is what the audience expected, what they wanted, and what they received.
The singer used what little time she had on stage to praise Bruce Jenner and rock out with her fans.
REVIEW: Award-winning British singer-songwriter loves NZ, and NZ loves him right back.
Key GoT character not dead (spoiler)