Lamb & Hayward Masterworks

Organic

Saturday 22nd June, 7:30pm
Douglas Lilburn Auditorium, Christchurch Town Hall

 

Hamish McKeich – Conductor
Moye Chen – Piano

 

Salina Fisher – Rainphase
Rachmaninov – Piano Concerto No 4
Saint Saëns – Symphony No 3 “Organ”

 

DATES

  • 22 Jun
    Saturday 22nd June, 7:30 pm 2019-06-22 19:30:00 2019-06-23 03:30:00 Pacific/Auckland Lamb & Hayward Masterworks Organic Saint Saëns completed his third and final symphony in 1886 and declared “I gave everything to it I was able to give. What I have accomplished here, I will never achieve again”. Hugely popular from its premiere to current day, this glorious work revels in the endless possibilities of sound that a large orchestra, augmented by piano and organ, is capable of creating. Described by critics as possessing “an incendiary technique and warm stage presence”, Chinese pianist Moye Chen has got the music world talking. With a growing reputation for his interpretations of Rachmaninov,  Chen makes his New Zealand debut with the CSO performing Rachmaninov’s lyrical and vivacious fourth piano concerto. Christchurch born composer Salina Fisher became the youngest ever winner of the SOUNZ Contemporary Award, New Zealand’s premiere composition prize, for Rainphase (2016). Described as “marvellously atmospheric” by Dominion Post critic John Button, the work was inspired by the beauty and chaos of Wellington rain.     Douglas Lilburn Auditorium, Christchurch Town Hall CSO marketing@cso.co.nz Get Tickets

Saint Saëns completed his third and final symphony in 1886 and declared “I gave everything to it I was able to give. What I have accomplished here, I will never achieve again”. Hugely popular from its premiere to current day, this glorious work revels in the endless possibilities of sound that a large orchestra, augmented by piano and organ, is capable of creating.

Described by critics as possessing “an incendiary technique and warm stage presence”, Chinese pianist Moye Chen has got the music world talking. With a growing reputation for his interpretations of Rachmaninov,  Chen makes his New Zealand debut with the CSO performing Rachmaninov’s lyrical and vivacious fourth piano concerto.

Christchurch born composer Salina Fisher became the youngest ever winner of the SOUNZ Contemporary Award, New Zealand’s premiere composition prize, for Rainphase (2016). Described as “marvellously atmospheric” by Dominion Post critic John Button, the work was inspired by the beauty and chaos of Wellington rain.