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Patrick Shepherd discusses his Antarctica-inspired work ‘Lithosphere’. Filmed at SOUNZ Centre for New Zealand Music.
Filmed and edited by Chris Watson for...
Presented at the Music Theatre, School of Music, University of Auckland, 13 April 2014.
New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, Tecwyn Evans (conductor). Recorded by RNZ Concert as part of the 2013 NZSO-RNZ Concert-SOUNZ Recordings.
Filmed and edited by Chris Watson for the Resound project at SOUNZ (funded by NZ On Air). Audio kindly provided by Radio New Zealand Concert.
Sir James MacMillan (eventually!) conducts the NZSO National Youth Orchestra in this performance from the Michael Fowler Centre, with radio narration from Cl...
Sound engineered and produced for broadcast by Radio New Zealand Concert. Filmed and edited by Chris Watson.
Performed by Argonaut Chamber:
Aaron Barnden | violin
Mauricio Carrasco | guitar
Samuel Dunscombe | clarinet
Gemma Kneale |...
Filmed and edited by Diploma in Television Production Students from the Dunedin Campus of Aoraki Polytechnic.
Sound recorded by Radio New Zealand Concert.
All parts sung by Matthew Curtis of Choral Tracks.
Performed by New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, Hamish McKeich (conductor) at the 2016 NZ Composer Sessions in partnership with NZSO, RNZ Concert, and SOUNZ.
Filmed and edited by Chris Watson for the Resound Project (funded by NZ On Air). Audio provided by Radio NZ Concert.
Brad Jenkins discusses his work and its recording by the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra as part of the NZ Composer Sessions 2017, as well as an overarching i...
Recorded by Radio NZ Concert. Licensed for use through Resound, an initiative of Radio NZ Concert and SOUNZ, funded by NZ On Air.
This lament for unaccompanied mezzo-soprano is to a text by Joy Harjo.
Performed by Claire Scholes (mezzo-soprano).
Recorded on 11 August 2019 by Radio...
Performed by Anna Leese (soprano) and Tom McGrath (piano)
From the album [New Zealand Poets in Song | Anna and Matthew Leese sing songs by Anthony Rit...
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