Afternoons feature classic performances from the back catalogue in CD Masters, Kiwi musicians in Made in New Zealand, and another round of the competition at 5:30 pm
Organist David Briggs performs a programme of delightful romantic organ works transcribed by himself in Music Alive, his performances are acclaimed for their musicality, virtuosity and ability to excite and engage audiences of all ages
Writer/presenter Davinia Caddy opens our eyes and ears to the endless adaptability of classical music, its enduring appeal, and its extraordinary power and reach.
Performances by Auckland Philharmonia including Beethoven' Symphony No 3, Eroica, Ravel's La Valse and Scriabin's Symphony No 3 Op 43.
Indra Hughes recounts the fascinating stories behind Mozart’s sacred music, including his foreboding Requiem and unfinished Mass in C minor.
“Rather serious I’m afraid,” said the pacifist Benjamin Britten, when asked about this work which he composed between the Spanish Civil War, and WW II.
Indra Hughes explains what to listen for in the French composer Claude Debussy's three symphonic sketches for orchestra, La Mer.
We explore the adaptation of Louis Braille’s six-dot reading and writing system for the blind to represent the language of music.