PODIUM SERIES - EROICA

Kerikeri Kerikeri
Sat 26 Sep

Venue

43 Cobham Road, Kerikeri

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Prices

A RESERVE:

ADULT
$45.00
SENIOR 65+ with Gold Card
$39.00
CHILD Under 18 years
$35.00

B RESERVE:

ADULT
$40.00
SENIOR 65+ with Gold Card
$35.00
CHILD Under 18 years
$15.00

Timing

Running Time: 90 minutes
Interval: 20 minutes

Venue

43 Cobham Road, Kerikeri

Discounts

Group 4+

Group discount for four or more people of 15%

Payment Options

Credit Card
2.50%
Bank Transfer
$1.50
Online Eftpos
1.80%

Delivery Options

eTicket
free
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Miguel Harth-Bedoya Conductor

Anthony Ritchie
Remember Parihaka
Sibelius Violin Concerto
Beethoven Symphony No. 3 Eroica

Conductor Miguel Harth-Bedoya is a familiar face to New Zealand audiences, returning to conduct an offering of time-tested classics.

Anthony Ritchie was inspired to write Remember Parihaka as testament to the plight of Maori at Parihaka, forcibly removed from their Pa, unjustly arrested and imprisoned in 1881.

After a disastrous premiere, Sibelius reworked the concerto substantially, removing some of its most difficult sections. Even in this more commonly played revised version, the Concerto remains one of the most difficult works written for violin – while still retaining the power to move, inspire and exhilarate.

Beethoven’s Third Symphony also looms large as a great work. Its effect on 19th-century classical music was cataclysmic; after the Third, the symphony as a form was never the same again.