Music for winding down at the end of the day.
Come behind the scenes and get to know more about the people of RNZ Concert. Presenters, producers, engineers, and contributors will be taking turns at stepping into the spotlight.
Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony has so indelibly entered our cultural consciousness that it is as much a part of our collective identity as chocolate fish and jandals, according to Rachel Hyde. (AUDIO)
Night by night, Scheherazade spins exotic tales to keep the Sultan intrigued enough to spare her life for one more day. Amber Read introduces Rimsky-Korsakov's version of the 1001 Nights. (AUDIO)
A Pathway of Song: Richard Nunns plays the many traditional Māori instruments in his collection.
The city of Hamilton has recruited mural artist Hayley King, aka Flox, to turn their Central Library's bare walls into an urban garden. (AUDIO)
Felix Mendelssohn was just a teenager when he wrote his gorgeous Octet and in our June Podcast you can download a sizzling performance by the Amici Ensemble. (AUDIO)