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Christchurch Music

What's on in Christchurch this weekend

Dr Jane Goodall's upcoming tour of New Zealand will go beyond chimpanzees, and look at the state of humanity.

Music and musings dominate the week's events in Christchurch

Christchurch band wins new fans

Christchurch band Nomad have been performing together for several years.

Former school mates encounter each other when band visits youth unit.

An evening of fine music and outstanding musicianship

American conductor James Feddeck led the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra in Christchurch on Wednesday night.

REVIEW: The NZSO delivered a programme of music which seemed perfectly attuned with the contrasting moods of our times..

Soul singer comes home

Christchurch singer Sacha Vee is back in her hometown after hitting the big time in Eastern Europe.

Neo-soul singer Sacha Vee has returned home to New Zealand with a new album, following a whirwind six-year stint in the European music scene.

Composition history reaching new crescendo

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Award winning composer Dr Philip Norman: standing for council in the upcoming local ...

Renowned Kiwi composer recalls working on Footrot Flats musical

Theatre

St Andrew's theatresports

St Andrew's College students coming up with ideas and topics for the performers at an after school rehearsal.

Canterbury's St Andrew's College is a school to beat, as they prepare for the Theatresports in Schools competition.

Serious business behind Avatar circus video

Cirque du Soleil performer Jessica Ward in costume for the show Avatar, Toruk - The First Flight.

To work in the "Avatar empire", you've got to learn the language, moves and believe in the James Cameron way.

Harper hits a new high note

Ali Harper was at her best portraying the nobodies: a lavatory attendant, theatre usher, librarian, journalist and nanny.

REVIEW: The Court's latest is a truly astonishing acting and singing tour-de-force.

Pickle a little too twee

To mark their 20th anniversary, Indian Ink has revived its 2002 play The Pickle King.

REVIEW: An immaculately staged piece of work that left me cold.

Alexandra man a rarity

Blake Luff, 26, has just been elected the new president of the Alexandra Musical Society and new chair of the Otago and ...

It's hard to find a 'middle-aged man' to take the stage in Alexandra, but Blake Luff says times are changing.

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