Share this page
Save money on tickets to the 2016 Kaleidoscopes Concert Season by purchasing a Chamber Music New Zealand subscription.
Find out more and subscribe online.
This concert will be led by community musician Julian Raphael and will feature the chamber music group Menagerie South and members of the Hohepa Community.
Menagerie South are three talented, friendly musicians who play violin, piano and clarinet. They are well respected the world over and have recorded lots of CDs of music by New Zealand composers. Menagerie South is currently on tour for Chamber Music New Zealand performing a variety of music, including pieces by Douglas Lilburn, Sibelius and Nielsen. This special performance at Hohepa Community Canterbury is part of their NZ tour.
The doors will open at 2.30pm. You will be able to arrive and find a seat ready for the performance and talk to some musicians while you wait. The fun will begin at 3pm! The performance will last about 45mins and will include Menagerie South and students from the Hohepa Community. It will be really relaxed, so if you need to leave or move around, feel free to do so. The performance will be led by community musician Julian Raphael and he will introduce each piece of music and help you join in if you want to.
There are no restrictions for you if you come to this performance, you do not have to worry about disturbing the show. You can sit wherever you like, and there are accessible toilets and a quiet space outside the Performance Space. If you need help at any time you can ask one of our friendly volunteers.
Please talk to us about any special access requirements you may have by calling Christina Reimer, Hohepa Community Day Services Manager on 027 406 7665 or emailing email@example.com
To find out more you can contact us at Chamber Music New Zealand on 0800 CONCERT (266 2378) or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
This event has been made possible with support from IHC Foundation.
You too can become one of our valued supporters by joining the Encore Supporter Programme.