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  • In the second of our celebration of anniversaries of New Zealand vocal ensembles on Music Alive we have the choir of the Wellington Cathedral of St. Paul helping to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the opening of the new cathedral building

  • In this episode of Philosophy Talk on Appointment Ken Taylor and John Perry look at “captivity”

  • “Slavonic dances” in this Music Alive comes from Ingrid Hagan  (bassoon) and the Auckland Philharmonia conducted by Tito Muňoz with works by Dvorák, John Williams and Lutoslawski

  • In Music Alive, Lexus Song Quest winner Madeleine Pierard joins Orchestra Wellington to present two song cycles bridging the divide between popular and classical music

  • A Bavarian State Opera production of Mozart’s La Clemenza di Tito starring Toby Spence, Kristine Opolais and Tara Erraught features in Opera on Sunday


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