A celebration of German-Romantic era repertoire was presented in St Joseph's Chapel yesterday afternoon by Southern Consort of Voices.
Michael Houstoun has been a very popular and respected internationally acclaimed New Zealand pianist, teacher and recording artist for half a century.
In barely two shakes of a tambourine, literally, Fleetwood Mac had the 30,000 people under the roof at Forsyth Barr Stadium wrapped around their little fingers.
A liquor ban will be imposed around Forsyth Barr stadium when Fleetwood Mac returns to Dunedin on Saturday after police faced problems when Six60 performed earlier this year.
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 move on from the Dunedin Sound.
On the eve of playing what is probably his final concert with the Dunedin Symphony Orchestra — he retires next year — Michael Houstoun answers a few questions about his 40-year career.
Tianyi Lu is a rare sight in the orchestral pit - a female conductor. In Dunedin to conduct the DSO for the first time she talks to Rebecca Fox about feminism, leadership and connecting.
Fleetwood Mac fans heading to Dunedin this weekend are being warned to give themselves plenty of time to make their journeys.
Ric Ocasek, the idiosyncratic lead singer and chief songwriter of the 1970s and 80s hook-heavy hitmakers The Cars, has at his home in Manhattan. He was 75.
British singer Sam Smith has asked to be referred to by the gender neutral pronouns they/them, citing "a lifetime of being at war with my gender".
Dunedin rock royalty will top the bill as the Vogel St Party returns to the city's calendar next month.
Daniel Johnston, who passed out cassette tapes of his songs to fellow Austin musicians in the 1980s and eventually became renowned worldwide as a songwriter, has died in Houston, his manager Tom...
Finding inspiration both inside and outside the circle, Tiny Ruins are lapping up the accolades during another exciting and rigorous period for the group.
French Canadian pianist Louis Lortie loves mixing travel with his musical commitments. He talks to Rebecca Fox about exercise and balance.
Pupils from Portobello School perform at the opening of the Otago Polyfest 2019 at the Edgar Centre in Dunedin.