Christchurch sings review

By Jonathan Le Cocq In Classical

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13th October, 2011
In Earthquake Year, the Christchurch Arts Festival was never going to be business as usual. At the very least – and worst – it had to adjust to ruined venues and disrupted lives. At best, it was a chance for the arts to say those things and reach those places politicians can only dream of. We saw the best in the Christchurch Memorial concert at Wigram Air Force Museum, where the top-class Woolston Brass joined forces with the ever-impressive Strike Percussion for a concert of music mainly by Wellington-based composer ...

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