The small audience who gathered, undeterred by winter's sudden arrival, to hear solo pianist Francesco Turrisi perform at the Glenroy Auditorium on Tuesday evening were not disappointed.
The programme comes with separate content warnings, advising the audience of imminent exposure to suicide, violence, blood and nine other potentially distressing themes.
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions from the Hocken Collections Gallery, Gemma Campbell, and Karl Maughan.
Sibling rivalry may have led Carolin Widmann to pick up the violin, but a dedicated teacher’s influence inspired her career. She tells Rebecca Fox of her excitement at coming to New Zealand.
A chance conversation has led to boxes of material excavated from middens in coastal sites in Fiordland in the 1970s being opened for the first time in years as part of a unique art work created by...
A high-profile LA law firm plans to file legal action in response to news that a massive number of original master recordings were destroyed in a fire at Universal Studios Hollywood.
A large crowd enjoyed the programme of items presented by Royal Dunedin Male Choir (director Richard Madden) and guests in the town hall yesterday, proving the Sunday 2pm start was ideal for...
Two new books on the life of Frances Hodgkins beautifully celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Dunedin artist's birth.
Soaked Oats are back home in Dunedin with a new EP and record deal. Adam Burns spoke to frontman Oscar Mein about building confidence on the road and why it's time to more on from the Dunedin Sound.
With strong political and social threads, theatre-artist Alice canton uses storytelling to create spaces for multiple voices to be heard, she tells Rebecca Fox.
I had thought this venue not particularly ideal for a 50-member choir, as proximity to an audience can disperse the tightness of harmonic blend, and expose shortcomings, but this was not the case, writes Elizabeth Bouman.
"Bark'', Dick Frizzell (Central Stories Museum & Art Gallery, Alexandra)A hand-painted road sign advertising farm produce and firewood for sale. The words "Garage Sale'' lettered across a piece...
Giving diverse voices a platform is one of the goals of Dunedin theatre company Little Scorpion Productions. For its next work it has chosen to highlight women’s voices.
Transforming wild ideas into reality is what Dr Miles Gregory has come to expect of his Pop-up Globe team since he first came up his "long shot" idea of recreating Shakespeare’s Globe in NZ.