James Barrett has spent the last few years making a splash in the venerable techno scene of Berlin. Now in Covid-ravaged 2021, he’s escaped to his homeland and is wasting no time in bringing his...
Duncan Haynes’ sense of adventure has seen him perform all over the world. Drawn home to New Zealand, he tells Rebecca Fox about re-establishing himself after two decades of living abroad.
Like bees to honey, about 70 cellists will swarm to Dunedin for a cello players’ specialist retreat and to stage a mass cello concert at the Dunedin Town Hall next month.
Hawea Flat singer-songwriter Anna Van Riel has been pouring her creative energy into alter egos with a social purpose ever since her children were born.
A tearful Britney Spears has won the right to choose her own lawyer to help her end the 13-year-long conservatorship that controls her personal and business affairs.
An advertisement for a Dunedin musical about New Zealand’s suffrage movement was banned from Facebook for being too political.
Britney Spears' longtime manager has resigned, saying the pop star plans to retire and no longer needs him, while her court-appointed attorney is also reportedly preparing to quit.
While Dunedin may perpetually lack venues, we make up for it in the sheer quantity of community organised events - often taking place in strange and innovative spaces, writes Fraser Thompson.
A judge in the United States has denied pop singer Britney Spears' request to remove her father from her conservatorship.
Taieri College band Ticketz belts out the first of two original songs during its slot in the Smokefreerockquest Otago Regional Final.
Music festival organisers have announced the Queenstown Mardis Gras concert is unable to go ahead today just hours before it was supposed to kick off.
Lorde will tour Australia and New Zealand for the first time in five years, announcing she plans to return to stages across the country early next year.
In March this year ex-Dunedinite Kane Strang surprised everyone by quietly dropping an album, his first in four years, without any of the extended industry machinations which usually go with an...
With a vocal range of two and a-half octaves - three on a good day - Qrowe Brittenden is what you would call a rare secret weapon in choral circles.
A third-generation clarinettist, American Jonathan Cohen is loving his great adventure of living and performing in NZ. He tells Rebecca Fox about one of his favourite pieces of music.
If there’s one thing we can all agree on in the music community, it’s that we’d quite like more spaces to perform and experience music in, which is why it pleases me greatly to see a new initiative...
With names like Destenay’s Child, Syringe Toaster, Yeehaw, and The Big Bad Big Band Reversing Truck Memorial Jam Schack, the audience could have been forgiven for thinking they were at a rock concert.