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Showcasing Superb Professional Artists
Our role is to ensure artistic excellence and vitality across the chamber music sector, fostering both New Zealand and international performers and composers setting the benchmark for New Zealand audiences.
Chamber Music New Zealand has two primary touring streams – the Subscription Concert Season and our Regional Series concerts.
In addition to this we run special events such as our accessibility concerts for people with special needs, and performances in the community. At the same time we aim to support young and emerging New Zealand artists looking to become established professionals in our sector.
The Subscription Concert Season tours to the main centres throughout New Zealand.
The season aims to showcase superb professional artists from around the world, including New Zealand. Artists vary in nationality and style, presenting programmes ranging from well-loved classics to challenging contemporary works. All share a high reputation for virtuosity and vitality. There is a two to three year planning cycle for Subscription Seasons, so please be in touch early.
Are you a kiwi musician?
Each year there are opportunites to tour as part of our Regional Series. Whether you are an emerging group or established local musicians, or even returning from life overseas this is an opportunity to perfrom in centres right across the country. Applications for touring in 2020 closed on Fri 9 Nov 2018. Please contact Jack@chambermusic.co.nz if you have questions about applying to tour in 2021 or beyond.
Want to be part of Matariki celebrations with CMNZ?
There is an opportunity to celebrate Matariki, Māori New Year with a CMNZ Matariki tour. Each year CMNZ seeks a small group of artists to perform a series of regional concerts with a Matariki theme in gallery and museum spaces that are accessible to all New Zealanders.
Applications to take part in our 2019 Matariki regional concerts are now closed. Please contact email@example.com if you have questions about applying to tour in 2020 or beyond.