Friday 19 October 2012, with Eva Radich

Michael Hill International Violin Competition New Zealand Development Prize Winner Amalia HallThe females are in the box seat for this year’s Michael Hill International Violin Competition: 17 out of the 18 contestants are female. There’s a lot at stake with prize money of forty thousand dollars and a chance to launch an international career. 

Join Eva Radich for Upbeat live from Queenstown at the earlier time of 1pm on Friday 6th June for a two hour profile of this global event.

Then hear them compete on our Michael Hill International Violin Competition webpage.

Not all audio is available due to copyright restrictions.

Jessica Halliday

12:15 Christchurch based architect and Director of FESTA - the Festival of Transitional Architecture that opens tonight in Christchurch.

Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra Review

12:40 Keith Clancy reviews last night's APO concert featuring Bach's Mass in B Minor.

Reinhard Flatischler

13:00 Austrian percussionist, composer and founder of TaKiTiNa rhythm process - giving workshops on Auckland this weekend.

12:15 Jessica Halliday

Director of Christchurch's Festival of Transitional Architechture

12:40 Keith Clancy

Review of last night's Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra performance of Bach's B-minor Mass

1pm Reinhard Flatischler

Percussionist and founder of the TaKeTiNa rhythm process