In The Neighbourhood
Music is a universal language that brings people together.
YOUR CONCERT EXPERIENCE
Prelude events are free pre-concert events, designed to enrich your concert experience. They can take different forms, ranging from Q&A sessions to pre-concert talks, panel discussions and Open Stage performances.
CMNZ is pleased to provide opportunities for our young tertiary level musicians to learn from our touring artists.
For many people their first encounter with chamber music is through school. We offer special deals for school groups and independent music schools: find out more about the School Concert Packages we offer.
The Babysitting Club has been created to ensure that people who love music can still come to concerts, even when they have the added expense of a babysitter.
If you were born between the 80s and Y2K, your tickets are priced by how old you are. Seriously, that’s a night at the concert hall for $35 at the very most. And that’s just the beginning - SIGN UP to our Generation You mailing list to keep up to date as we as we reveal more perks throughout the year.
Chamber Music New Zealand is committed to promoting access for all. We do so through a range of activites, including: accessible concerts, audio described concerts, touch tours and concert programme notes in accessible format.
STEPPING OUT OF THE CONCERT HALL
Every year we celebrate the traditional Maori New Year, by fusing together chamber music, Māori music and storytelling. This year in June, family-friendly Matariki concerts will be held at Wellington Museum, Wellington Central; Pātaka Art + Museum, Porirua; Puke Ariki, New Plymouth and Te Manawa Museum, Palmerston North.
On the first Wednesday of every month, we present Classical Sessions co-hosted by The Third Eye, featuring some of NZ’s finest and funnest classical musicians getting together over a pint or two and making music.
FEATURETTE In the Neighbourhood with 2016 guest violinist Suyeon Kang: