Otago Daily Times: Arts

Shakespeare through music

Shakespeare through music

Celebrating William Shakespeare's 450th birthday, the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra is playing a concert of music inspired by the playwright, conductor Alexander Shelley tells Charmian Smith.

Art seen: 31 July

Art seen: 31 July

''One Pot Wonder'', Paul Maseyk (Dunedin Public Art Gallery)

Youth contrasts with experience

In Rutter's Mass of the Children, the fresh, youthful voices of children contrast with the adult choir, according to City Choir Dunedin musical director David Burchell. He has asked the Columba Junior Madrigal Choir, directed by Richard Madden, to join the adult choir for its concert on Saturday in Knox Church.

Art seen: July 23

Art seen: July 23

Louise McRae: ''Colour Construction'' Gallery Thirty Three, Wanaka

Art seen:17 July

Art seen:17 July

''White Silence'', Kate Belton (School of Art Gallery, Riego St)

Everything here is a little out of balance

Everything here is a little out of balance

"King Oberon and Queen Titania are having a right royal bust-up and everything's out of balance.'' That is how director Dale Neill sees his production of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream which opens at the Globe Theatre next Thursday .

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