A bold programme with two world premieres of works by Natalie Hunt and Gareth Farr, a work by American composer Kevin Puts, and – what could be bolder? – a String Quintet by Mozart.
7:00 Marimba player Ian Rosenbaum tells Tim Dodd about 'And Legions Will Rise' by Kevin Puts, which he plays with James Campbell and Dimity Hall. PM . Audio
7:00 A trio for violin, clarinet and marimba by American composer Kevin Puts, played by Dimity Hall, James Campbell, and Ian Rosenbaum. PM . Audio
7:00 Composer Natalie Hunt talks with Elizabeth Kerr about her new work, Quartet for clarinet, violin, viola and cello, at a "Festival Conversation" event in the Suter Gallery at the Adam Chamber Music… PM . Read more Audio
7:00 The world premiere of Wellington composer Natalie Hunt's new work, played by James Campbell (clarinet), Helene Pohl (violin), Monique Lapins (viola), Matthew Barley (cello) PM . Audio
7:00 Composer Gareth Farr talks with Elizabeth Kerr about his new String Octet at a "Festival Conversation" event in the Suter Gallery at the Adam Chamber Music Festival. PM . Audio
7:00 The world premiere performance of Gareth Farr's String Octet, played by the combined forces of the Goldner Quartet and the New Zealand String Quartet. PM . Audio
7:00 Mozart's String Quintet in C played by Dimity Hall, Justine Cormack (violins), Gillian Ansell, Irina Morozova (violas), Rolf Gjelsten (cello) PM . Audio