3 - Music for Three Players

Auckland Auckland
Sun 08 Nov


Corban Estate Arts Centre, 2 Mt Lebanon Lane, Henderson

On behalf of Corban Estate Arts Centre and NZ Barok we are sad to have to cancel this concert due to the impact of Covid-19. We hope to reschedule in 2021. 

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Corban Estate Arts Centre, 2 Mt Lebanon Lane, Henderson

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Corban 3 “Trios will take place on Sunday 8th of November at 2pm and Corban “2” Duos will take place on Sunday 20th December at 2pm. However if circumstances change or directives are received in relation to Covid-19 this may change. All changes will be communicated to you by iTICKET and if you are unable to or prefer not to use your tickets for this concert, you will receive a full refund. We thank you all for your support.

A series of chamber music concerts featuring players from NZ Barok.

Old St Michael’s Church in the Corban Estate provides an intimate setting with a perfect acoustic for a one-hour concert of elegant, easy listening classical music. Join NZ Barok musicians as they perform and talk about the music and the 18th century instruments they play.


Music for Three Players

Music by Corelli, Bach, Telemann, and Haydn

“Music, for a while, shall all your cares beguile”

While away an afternoon listening to intricate and beautiful music especially designed for small spaces. Join NZ Barok players Graham McPhail (violin), Miranda Hutton (violin), and Helen Brinkman (cello) with guest Sally Tibbles (flute) as they explore baroque and classical gems for three players.