Migrant strikes chord

Judges sing the praises of a music school's founder at immigration awards.

Final days of Peter Gutteridge

Peter Gutteridge, a pioneer of the New Zealand music industry, passed away in 2015

Eccentric Kiwi music icon told a customs officer "all rockers have their demons". Days later, he was dead.

Will Kiwis get a shot at Eurovision Asia?

Eurovision is more than 61 years old, and now it's looking to expand out of Europe.

Eurovision is coming to the Pacific, and TVNZ is investigating how to join the extravaganza.

Rhythm & Alps lineup for Cardrona's New Year announced

British singer-songwriter from East London, Nao, is bringing an 11-piece band to Rhythm & Alps.

Planning under way for Seventh New Year's Eve music festival near Wanaka.

Setting the standard

Rodger Fox led an energetic romp through standards and originals at the Regent on Broadway.

REVIEW: Versatility and musicianship to the fore as big band shines.

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Setting the standard

Rodger Fox led an energetic romp through standards and originals at the Regent on Broadway.

REVIEW: Versatility and musicianship to the fore as big band shines.

Orchestra Wellington revels in Ravel

Orchestra Wellington and conductor Marc Taddei rose to the challenge of Ravel's Daphnis and Chloe.

Elegance, energy from pianists and CSO

Stormzy hits the Capital

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