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, Middleton Grange School, Christchurch

One of NZ’s leading choreographer/filmmakers, DANIEL BELTON, in collaboration with composer and Stroma’s own MICHAEL NORRIS, brings to life a major new work of dance film. Featuring live music provided by a small Stroma ensemble, TIMEDANCE is a meditation on history, memory, time and space. The music — a modern "filtration" of one of Bach’s best-loved Baroque dance suites for 2 violins, cello, piano and live electronics — shimmers with glistening energy and luminescence, while Belton’s mesmerising images flicker and flow.

PROGRAMME

Michael Norris & Daniel BeltonTIMEDANCE

Jan-Bas Bollen, Jac Grenfell & Daniel BeltonSoma Songs

TIMEDANCE (Chch performance)

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, Rangatira, Q Theatre, Auckland

One of NZ’s leading choreographer/filmmakers, DANIEL BELTON, in collaboration with composer and Stroma’s own MICHAEL NORRIS, brings to life a major new work of dance film. Featuring live music provided by a small Stroma ensemble, TIMEDANCE is a meditation on history, memory, time and space. The music — a modern "filtration" of one of Bach’s best-loved Baroque dance suites for 2 violins, cello, piano and live electronics — shimmers with glistening energy and luminescence, while Belton’s mesmerising images flicker and flow.

PROGRAMME

Michael Norris & Daniel BeltonTIMEDANCE

Jan-Bas Bollen, Jac Grenfell & Daniel BeltonSoma Songs

TIMEDANCE (Auck performance)

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, Shed 6, Wellington

This ground-breaking new chamber opera from Ross Harris and Vincent O’Sullivan (Requiem for the Fallen) powerfully portrays Gallipoli as both a military story and one of domestic New Zealand.

Wives and families at home in Wellington are as much to the fore as men in uniform at the front in an innovative depiction of the 1915 battle of Chunuk Bair.

Directed by Jonathan Alver, with award-winning tenor James Egglestone as Wellington Regiment Lieutenant-Colonel William Malone, and the score performed by Stroma New Music Ensemble conducted by Hamish McKeich, Brass Poppies offers fresh perspectives on World War I, along with music and emotional resonances that will stay with you long after the curtain falls.

Co-produced by New Zealand Festival, Auckland Arts Festival and New Zealand Opera, with support from the Lottery Grants Board.

 

Brass Poppies

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, Hannah Playhouse, Wellington

New directions in indigenous musical forms — Stroma meets New Zealand's masters of taonga puoro.

FEATURING

Ariana Tikao (voice & taonga puoro)

Alistair Fraser (taonga puoro)

Hamish McKeich (conductor)

PROGRAMME

Philip Brownlee/Ariana Tikao Ko te tātai whetū for ensemble and taonga puoro

Dylan Lardelli Musical Box for ensemble and taonga puoro

Tristan Carter Tohoraha for strings & taonga puoro

Gillian Whitehead Hineraukatauri for flute & taonga puoro

Ariana Tikao Ka taka te mōtoi for ensemble, voice & taonga puoro

Hirini Melbourne & Ariana Tikao Amokura for ensemble, voice & taonga puoro

Tātai Whetū

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, City Gallery Wellington, Wellington

Less is more — the scintillating sounds of the minimalist movement.

FEATURING

Hamish McKeich (conductor)

PROGRAMME

Steve Reich Double Sextet for ensemble

Julia Wolfe Lick for ensemble

Alison Isadora Alt for string quartet

Terry Riley In C for ensemble

Maximum Minimalism

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, City Gallery Wellington, Wellington

Music from the frontiers of sound & technology

The works on this programme share a fascination with the materiality of sound, by revealing its inner structures in a series of meditative dronescapes that will fill the resonant spaces of City Gallery Wellington. Composers such as Kaija Saariaho, Salvatore Sciarrino, Luigi Ceccarelli and Annea Lockwood all provide deep and enveloping listening experiences.

Also featured is the world premiere of a new concerto for throatsinger, ensemble and live electronics by Michael Norris, with soloist Wellington-based throatsinger and improviser, Jonny Marks.

FEATURING

Mark Carter (conductor)

Jonny Marks (throat-singing)

Ed Allen (prepared horn)

PROGRAMME:

Kaija Saariaho Cendres for alto flute, cello and piano

Salvatore Sciarrino Fauno che fischia a un Merlo for flute and harp

Annea Lockwood Immersion for 3 percussion

Luigi Ceccarelli Respiri for prepared horn and electronics

Kaija Saariaho Ciel Étoilé for double bass and percussion

Michael Norris Sygyt for ensemble, throat-singer, and electronics

Spectral Electric

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, Hannah Playhouse, Wellington

Drums that strike themselves. Loudspeakers that pivot and pirouette. Pianos whose keys tap dance ghostly toccatas. Welcome to a brave new world of mechatronic music, where self-playing instruments rule.

Autonomous instruments have fascinated composers since the dawn of the mechanical age. The most famous of these is arguably Georges Antheil’s epic work Ballet Mécanique (1925) – best described as The Rite of Spring meets heavy metal.

In Mechanical Ballet, experience the wonder for yourself as a crowd of mechatronic loudspeakers and percussion instruments come to life – created by Wellington-based musicians/engineers Jim Murphy, Bridget Johnson, Mo Zareei and David Downes. They keep pace with percussionists from leading Kiwi new music ensemble Stroma and top New Zealand pianists Sarah Watkins and Stephen De Pledge.

This concert of virtuosic proportions features two seminal works by US minimalist icon Steve Reich, Drumming Part 1 and Piano Phase, as well as world premieres of works by composers Bridget Johnson, David Downes and Michael Norris. The future starts here.

FEATURING

Stephen De Pledge, Sarah Watkins (piano)

Lenny Sakofsky, Jeremy Fitzsimons, Justin DeHart, Yoshiko Tsuruta (percussion)

PROGRAMME:

Steve Reich Drumming Part I for four percussionists

Mo Zareei Rasping Music for brutalist mechatronic sound-sculptures

David Downes Superflux for robotic drumkit, electronic playback

Michael Norris Tidal Flow for amplified percussion quartet and robotic drums

Bridget Johnson Pas de Quatre for mechatronic loudspeakers

Steve Reich Piano Phase for two pianos

Georges Antheil Ballet Mécanique for two pianos, four percussionists, four MIDI pianos and robotic percussion

Mechanical Ballet (Performance 1)

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, Hannah Playhouse, Wellington

Drums that strike themselves. Loudspeakers that pivot and pirouette. Pianos whose keys tap dance ghostly toccatas. Welcome to a brave new world of mechatronic music, where self-playing instruments rule.

Autonomous instruments have fascinated composers since the dawn of the mechanical age. The most famous of these is arguably Georges Antheil’s epic work Ballet Mécanique (1925) – best described as The Rite of Spring meets heavy metal.

In Mechanical Ballet, experience the wonder for yourself as a crowd of mechatronic loudspeakers and percussion instruments come to life – created by Wellington-based musicians/engineers Jim Murphy, Bridget Johnson, Mo Zareei and David Downes. They keep pace with percussionists from leading Kiwi new music ensemble Stroma and top New Zealand pianists Sarah Watkins and Stephen De Pledge.

This concert of virtuosic proportions features two seminal works by US minimalist icon Steve Reich, Drumming Part 1 and Piano Phase, as well as world premieres of works by composers Bridget Johnson, David Downes and Michael Norris. The future starts here.

FEATURING

Stephen De Pledge, Sarah Watkins (piano)

Lenny Sakofsky, Jeremy Fitzsimons, Justin DeHart, Yoshiko Tsuruta (percussion)

PROGRAMME:

Steve Reich Drumming Part I for four percussionists

Mo Zareei Rasping Music for brutalist mechatronic sound-sculptures

David Downes Superflux for robotic drumkit, electronic playback

Michael Norris Tidal Flow for amplified percussion quartet and robotic drums

Bridget Johnson Pas de Quatre for mechatronic loudspeakers

Steve Reich Piano Phase for two pianos

Georges Antheil Ballet Mécanique for two pianos, four percussionists, four MIDI pianos and robotic percussion

Mechanical Ballet (Performance 2)

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, Great Hall, Auckland Town Hall, Auckland

Author Alex Ross pulled back the curtain for the masses and hit the best seller lists with his compelling and revelatory history of twentieth-century music, The Rest Is Noise.

A tour-de-force of musicology and social history, Ross dispels the elitist myths surrounding modernist and post-modernist masterpieces, allowing audiences to share in his passion for this repertoire.

In partnership with the Auckland Writers Festival, Ross shares the stage with the exquisite mezzo-soprano Bianca Andrew and Aotearoa’s pre-eminent modern music ensemble STROMA. Together they present a musical tasting session that winds through the ages featuring work by Ravel, Bartók, Stravinsky and, of course, the modernist master himself, Schoenberg.

FEATURING

Alex Ross (narrator)

Bianca Andrews (soprano)

Bridget Douglas, Pat Barry, Emma Sayers, Vesa-Matti Leppänen, Andrew Thomson, Ken Ichinose, Hamish McKeich (Stroma)

PROGRAMME:

Arnold Schoenberg Pierrot Lunaire (selections)

Maurice Ravel No. 3 from Chansons Madécasses

Béla Bartók No. 3 from Constrasts

Olivier Messiaen VI from Quartet for the end of time

György Ligeti Balada si joc

Igor Stravinsky ‘Full Fathom Five’ from Three Songs from William Shakespeare

Jenny McLeod For Seven (selections)

Luciano Berio O King

Pierre Boulez Improvisé, pour le Dr. Kalmus

Iannis Xenakis Charisma

Gillian Whitehead Manutaki

Kaija Saariaho Oi Kuu

David Lang Short Fall

Alex Ross with Bianca Andrew (Auckland)

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, Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts, Hamilton

Author Alex Ross pulled back the curtain for the masses and hit the best seller lists with his compelling and revelatory history of twentieth-century music, The Rest Is Noise.

A tour-de-force of musicology and social history, Ross dispels the elitist myths surrounding modernist and post-modernist masterpieces, allowing audiences to share in his passion for this repertoire.

In partnership with the Auckland Writers Festival, Ross shares the stage with the exquisite mezzo-soprano Bianca Andrew and Aotearoa’s pre-eminent modern music ensemble STROMA. Together they present a musical tasting session that winds through the ages featuring work by Ravel, Bartók, Stravinsky and, of course, the modernist master himself, Schoenberg.

FEATURING

Alex Ross (narrator)

Bianca Andrews (soprano)

Bridget Douglas, Pat Barry, Emma Sayers, Vesa-Matti Leppänen, Andrew Thomson, Ken Ichinose, Hamish McKeich (Stroma)

PROGRAMME:

Arnold Schoenberg Pierrot Lunaire (selections)

Maurice Ravel No. 3 from Chansons Madécasses

Béla Bartók No. 3 from Constrasts

Olivier Messiaen VI from Quartet for the end of time

György Ligeti Balada si joc

Igor Stravinsky ‘Full Fathom Five’ from Three Songs from William Shakespeare

Jenny McLeod For Seven (selections)

Luciano Berio O King

Pierre Boulez Improvisé, pour le Dr. Kalmus

Iannis Xenakis Charisma

Gillian Whitehead Manutaki

Kaija Saariaho Oi Kuu

David Lang Short Fall

Alex Ross with Bianca Andrew (Hamilton)

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, Theatre Royal, New Plymouth

Author Alex Ross pulled back the curtain for the masses and hit the best seller lists with his compelling and revelatory history of twentieth-century music, The Rest Is Noise.

A tour-de-force of musicology and social history, Ross dispels the elitist myths surrounding modernist and post-modernist masterpieces, allowing audiences to share in his passion for this repertoire.

In partnership with the Auckland Writers Festival, Ross shares the stage with the exquisite mezzo-soprano Bianca Andrew and Aotearoa’s pre-eminent modern music ensemble STROMA. Together they present a musical tasting session that winds through the ages featuring work by Ravel, Bartók, Stravinsky and, of course, the modernist master himself, Schoenberg.

FEATURING

Alex Ross (narrator)

Bianca Andrews (soprano)

Bridget Douglas, Pat Barry, Emma Sayers, Vesa-Matti Leppänen, Andrew Thomson, Ken Ichinose, Hamish McKeich (Stroma)

PROGRAMME:

Arnold Schoenberg Pierrot Lunaire (selections)

Maurice Ravel No. 3 from Chansons Madécasses

Béla Bartók No. 3 from Constrasts

Olivier Messiaen VI from Quartet for the end of time

György Ligeti Balada si joc

Igor Stravinsky ‘Full Fathom Five’ from Three Songs from William Shakespeare

Jenny McLeod For Seven (selections)

Luciano Berio O King

Pierre Boulez Improvisé, pour le Dr. Kalmus

Iannis Xenakis Charisma

Gillian Whitehead Manutaki

Kaija Saariaho Oi Kuu

David Lang Short Fall

Alex Ross with Bianca Andrew (New Plymouth)

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, MTG Century Theatre, Napier

Author Alex Ross pulled back the curtain for the masses and hit the best seller lists with his compelling and revelatory history of twentieth-century music, The Rest Is Noise.

A tour-de-force of musicology and social history, Ross dispels the elitist myths surrounding modernist and post-modernist masterpieces, allowing audiences to share in his passion for this repertoire.

In partnership with the Auckland Writers Festival, Ross shares the stage with the exquisite mezzo-soprano Bianca Andrew and Aotearoa’s pre-eminent modern music ensemble STROMA. Together they present a musical tasting session that winds through the ages featuring work by Ravel, Bartók, Stravinsky and, of course, the modernist master himself, Schoenberg.

FEATURING

Alex Ross (narrator)

Bianca Andrews (soprano)

Bridget Douglas, Pat Barry, Emma Sayers, Vesa-Matti Leppänen, Andrew Thomson, Ken Ichinose, Hamish McKeich (Stroma)

PROGRAMME:

Arnold Schoenberg Pierrot Lunaire (selections)

Maurice Ravel No. 3 from Chansons Madécasses

Béla Bartók No. 3 from Constrasts

Olivier Messiaen VI from Quartet for the end of time

György Ligeti Balada si joc

Igor Stravinsky ‘Full Fathom Five’ from Three Songs from William Shakespeare

Jenny McLeod For Seven (selections)

Luciano Berio O King

Pierre Boulez Improvisé, pour le Dr. Kalmus

Iannis Xenakis Charisma

Gillian Whitehead Manutaki

Kaija Saariaho Oi Kuu

David Lang Short Fall

Alex Ross with Bianca Andrew (Napier)

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, Shed 6, Wellington

Author Alex Ross pulled back the curtain for the masses and hit the best seller lists with his compelling and revelatory history of twentieth-century music, The Rest Is Noise.

A tour-de-force of musicology and social history, Ross dispels the elitist myths surrounding modernist and post-modernist masterpieces, allowing audiences to share in his passion for this repertoire.

In partnership with the Auckland Writers Festival, Ross shares the stage with the exquisite mezzo-soprano Bianca Andrew and Aotearoa’s pre-eminent modern music ensemble STROMA. Together they present a musical tasting session that winds through the ages featuring work by Ravel, Bartók, Stravinsky and, of course, the modernist master himself, Schoenberg.

FEATURING

Alex Ross (narrator)

Bianca Andrews (soprano)

Bridget Douglas, Pat Barry, Emma Sayers, Vesa-Matti Leppänen, Andrew Thomson, Ken Ichinose, Hamish McKeich (Stroma)

PROGRAMME:

Arnold Schoenberg Pierrot Lunaire (selections)

Maurice Ravel No. 3 from Chansons Madécasses

Béla Bartók No. 3 from Constrasts

Olivier Messiaen VI from Quartet for the end of time

György Ligeti Balada si joc

Igor Stravinsky ‘Full Fathom Five’ from Three Songs from William Shakespeare

Jenny McLeod For Seven (selections)

Luciano Berio O King

Pierre Boulez Improvisé, pour le Dr. Kalmus

Iannis Xenakis Charisma

Gillian Whitehead Manutaki

Kaija Saariaho Oi Kuu

David Lang Short Fall

Alex Ross with Bianca Andrew (Wellington)

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, Nelson School of Music, Nelson

Author Alex Ross pulled back the curtain for the masses and hit the best seller lists with his compelling and revelatory history of twentieth-century music, The Rest Is Noise.

A tour-de-force of musicology and social history, Ross dispels the elitist myths surrounding modernist and post-modernist masterpieces, allowing audiences to share in his passion for this repertoire.

In partnership with the Auckland Writers Festival, Ross shares the stage with the exquisite mezzo-soprano Bianca Andrew and Aotearoa’s pre-eminent modern music ensemble STROMA. Together they present a musical tasting session that winds through the ages featuring work by Ravel, Bartók, Stravinsky and, of course, the modernist master himself, Schoenberg.

FEATURING

Alex Ross (narrator)

Bianca Andrews (soprano)

Bridget Douglas, Pat Barry, Emma Sayers, Vesa-Matti Leppänen, Andrew Thomson, Ken Ichinose, Hamish McKeich (Stroma)

PROGRAMME:

Arnold Schoenberg Pierrot Lunaire (selections)

Maurice Ravel No. 3 from Chansons Madécasses

Béla Bartók No. 3 from Constrasts

Olivier Messiaen VI from Quartet for the end of time

György Ligeti Balada si joc

Igor Stravinsky ‘Full Fathom Five’ from Three Songs from William Shakespeare

Jenny McLeod For Seven (selections)

Luciano Berio O King

Pierre Boulez Improvisé, pour le Dr. Kalmus

Iannis Xenakis Charisma

Gillian Whitehead Manutaki

Kaija Saariaho Oi Kuu

David Lang Short Fall

Alex Ross with Bianca Andrew (Nelson)

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, Glenroy Auditorium, Dunedin

Author Alex Ross pulled back the curtain for the masses and hit the best seller lists with his compelling and revelatory history of twentieth-century music, The Rest Is Noise.

A tour-de-force of musicology and social history, Ross dispels the elitist myths surrounding modernist and post-modernist masterpieces, allowing audiences to share in his passion for this repertoire.

In partnership with the Auckland Writers Festival, Ross shares the stage with the exquisite mezzo-soprano Bianca Andrew and Aotearoa’s pre-eminent modern music ensemble STROMA. Together they present a musical tasting session that winds through the ages featuring work by Ravel, Bartók, Stravinsky and, of course, the modernist master himself, Schoenberg.

FEATURING

Alex Ross (narrator)

Bianca Andrews (soprano)

Bridget Douglas, Pat Barry, Emma Sayers, Vesa-Matti Leppänen, Andrew Thomson, Ken Ichinose, Hamish McKeich (Stroma)

PROGRAMME:

Arnold Schoenberg Pierrot Lunaire (selections)

Maurice Ravel No. 3 from Chansons Madécasses

Béla Bartók No. 3 from Constrasts

Olivier Messiaen VI from Quartet for the end of time

György Ligeti Balada si joc

Igor Stravinsky ‘Full Fathom Five’ from Three Songs from William Shakespeare

Jenny McLeod For Seven (selections)

Luciano Berio O King

Pierre Boulez Improvisé, pour le Dr. Kalmus

Iannis Xenakis Charisma

Gillian Whitehead Manutaki

Kaija Saariaho Oi Kuu

David Lang Short Fall

Alex Ross with Bianca Andrew (Dunedin)

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, The Piano, Christchurch

Author Alex Ross pulled back the curtain for the masses and hit the best seller lists with his compelling and revelatory history of twentieth-century music, The Rest Is Noise.

A tour-de-force of musicology and social history, Ross dispels the elitist myths surrounding modernist and post-modernist masterpieces, allowing audiences to share in his passion for this repertoire.

In partnership with the Auckland Writers Festival, Ross shares the stage with the exquisite mezzo-soprano Bianca Andrew and Aotearoa’s pre-eminent modern music ensemble STROMA. Together they present a musical tasting session that winds through the ages featuring work by Ravel, Bartók, Stravinsky and, of course, the modernist master himself, Schoenberg.

FEATURING

Alex Ross (narrator)

Bianca Andrews (soprano)

Bridget Douglas, Pat Barry, Emma Sayers, Vesa-Matti Leppänen, Andrew Thomson, Ken Ichinose, Hamish McKeich (Stroma)

PROGRAMME:

Arnold Schoenberg Pierrot Lunaire (selections)

Maurice Ravel No. 3 from Chansons Madécasses

Béla Bartók No. 3 from Constrasts

Olivier Messiaen VI from Quartet for the end of time

György Ligeti Balada si joc

Igor Stravinsky ‘Full Fathom Five’ from Three Songs from William Shakespeare

Jenny McLeod For Seven (selections)

Luciano Berio O King

Pierre Boulez Improvisé, pour le Dr. Kalmus

Iannis Xenakis Charisma

Gillian Whitehead Manutaki

Kaija Saariaho Oi Kuu

David Lang Short Fall

Alex Ross with Bianca Andrew (Christchurch)

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