Upcoming Dates

Auckland Town Hall,
Auckland,
7.30 p.m.

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Hedonistic desire, passion, guilt – there’s hell to pay for opera’s legendary lover. Don Giovanni lives for one thing – women! He seduces compulsively and unrepentantly, while his long-suffering servant Leporello keeps count. Making a post assignation getaway from one noble woman, he kills her father. But the father was a highly respected citizen: passing a statue erected in his memory, Don Giovanni invites it to dinner. Slowly, very slowly, the statue nods its head…

Funny, dark, earthy, witty, shocking, this all-embracing score has some of Mozart’s most sublime music, some of his most catchy tunes, and – when the legions of Hell catch Don Giovanni in the end – music which, after 200 years is still terrifying.

Opera in Concert: Don Giovanni
Wed
31
Jul
'19

LIVE at the Museum - A Night of Opera

Other Event

Auckland War Memorial Museum,
Auckland,
7.30 p.m.

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LIVE at the Museum - A Night of Opera

Witness performances from Natasha Wilson (Soprano), Amitai Pati (Tenor), and James Harrison (Baritone) with accompanist Claire Caldwell in the Museum's stunning Grand Foyer as the museum comes alive with the sounds of Aotearoa. 

Cafe 1929 will be open, with a bar and food available

Prices

General Admission Seated Golden Circle
Early Bird Adult $65
Adult $75

General Admission Standing Room
Early Bird Adult $45
Adult $50

Entry only with a valid ticket. Numbers are restricted so book now to avoid disappointment

Doors Open 6.30pm
Event Starts 7.30pm

 

LIVE at the Museum - A Night of Opera
Sat
3
Aug
'19

Auckland Live Pick & Mix - The Barber of Seville

Other Event

Concert Chamber, Auckland Town Hall,
Auckland,
10.00 a.m.

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A tangle of hair-brained schemes!

Brace yourselves for a constant eruption of giggles as some of NZ Opera’s talented young singers bring The Barber of Seville to life through song and dance! Sung in English and featuring five singers and a pianist, this is entertainment the whole family can enjoy.  

Workshop: Get a chance to learn and perform in a sing-a-long with NZ Opera - no singing experience necessary!

This year performances are ticketed. Tickets will be available on the 1st of each month and bookings are essential. Every person attending will require a ticket for entry, except children aged 23 months and under if seated on a parent’s or caregiver’s knee. Tickets for The Barber of Seville will be available to book from 9am, Wednesday 3 July 2019.

Auckland Live Pick & Mix - The Barber of Seville
Sun
4
Aug
'19

Auckland Live Pick & Mix - The Barber of Seville

Other Event

Bruce Mason Centre,
Auckland,
10.00 a.m.

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A tangle of hair-brained schemes!

Brace yourselves for a constant eruption of giggles as some of NZ Opera’s talented young singers bring The Barber of Seville to life through song and dance! Sung in English and featuring five singers and a pianist, this is entertainment the whole family can enjoy.  

Workshop: Get a chance to learn and perform in a sing-a-long with NZ Opera - no singing experience necessary!

This year performances are ticketed. Tickets will be available on the 1st of each month and bookings are essential. Every person attending will require a ticket for entry, except children aged 23 months and under if seated on a parent’s or caregiver’s knee. Tickets for The Barber of Seville will be available to book from 9am, Wednesday 3 July 2019.

Auckland Live Pick & Mix - The Barber of Seville
Sun
4
Aug
'19

A time to reflect

Other Event

Christchurch Transitional Cathedral,
Christchurch,
2.00 p.m.

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Egyptian Bass-Baritone Ashraf Sewailam will perform a recital at the Christchurch Transitional Cathedral in Christchurch on Sunday 4 August. The programme will also feature acclaimed local soprano Amanda Atlas, with both singers accompanied by New Zealand Opera’s Director of Music Wyn Davies.

While admission to the concert is free, audience members will be invited to make a donation to the Our People, Our City fund administered by Victim Support.
 
A time to reflect
Ashraf Sewailam in concert
with Amanda Atlas (soprano) and Wyn Davies (Piano)

Sunday 4 August, 2pm
Christchurch Transitional Cathedral

Entry by koha

With thanks to Christchurch Transitional Cathedral for providing the venue.
A time to reflect