A near-capacity house was thunderous in its applause for an evening with pianist Jian Liu and the Dunedin Symphony Orchestra conducted by Simon Over.
Destroy All False Metal might sound like a radical metalhead's ultimate dictum, but it's actually just a band from Wellington, and tonight they'll be playing Dunedin.
Wellington-based pianist Jian Liu is looking forward to playing a very special piece of music when he performs with the Dunedin Symphony Orchestra for the first time this month.
Strong family backgrounds in music have inspired this year’s winners of the Dunedin Youth Orchestra young musician prize. Rebecca Fox talks to Tessa Dalgety-Evans and Ngaruaroha Martin.
Rapper Kanye West, with a stream of consciousness speech in the Oval Office and a burst of profanity, defended his support for President Donald Trump, much to the delight of Trump himself.
The two New Zealand women ordered to pay over $12,000 in damages for allegedly helping persuade pop singer Lorde to cancel a performance in Israel say they will not pay.
In the age of Soundcloud and Spotify it can be hard to keep track of new releases, so you might not have noticed all the incredible releases coming out of Dunedin recently, writes Fraser Thompson.
For his new album, Paul Kelly found the confidence to keep his songs brief and trust the poetry, writes Tony Neilsen.
Scottish band The Proclaimers are touring New Zealand and those in the South will not have to travel 500 miles to see them with shows in both Dunedin and Invercargill.
Superstar Taylor Swift's decision to wade into electoral politics for the first time has driven a spike in online voter registration, particularly among young people, according to the website Vote.org.
Former rap mogul Marion "Suge" Knight has been jailed 28 years for manslaughter after he ran over a man with his truck outside a hamburger stand.
Marlon Williams has won the 2018 APRA Silver Scroll Award for his poignant ballad Nobody Gets What They Want Anymore.
Rock legend, and we use the term advisably, Don Henley is bringing the Eagles to Dunedin. A somewhat starstruck tony Neilsen pulls himself together for an interview.
The City Choir Dunedin is shaking things up and trying something new — a jazz cafe. Rebecca Fox discovers the collaboration between classical and jazz is working for all.
German-Canadian Johannes Moser, praised by Gramophone magazine as ‘‘one of the finest among the astonishing gallery of young virtuoso cellists’’, is visiting Dunedin for the first time.
An excited full house reciprocated the relaxed warmth of award-winning musician Don McGlashan at the Glenroy Auditorium on Friday evening with spontaneous sing-alongs, foot stamping, standing ovations and cheers.
Emotional landscapes of sound with visuals created by New Zealand design and effects facility Weta Workshop will help wind down Arts Festival Dunedin tonight.