Reflection, Regeneration, Release
Join us this June and July for three thoughtfully curated programmes reflecting on our place in this world - meditating on life, loss and rebirth as we mark the first-ever official public holiday dedicated to Matariki, Māori new year.
Familiar favourites by Haydn, Schumann and Mozart are given fresh perspectives, paired beautifully with introspective works by Natalie Hunt, Lyell Cresswell, Grażyna Bacewicz and more.
RELEASE: Looking to the first light of a new dawn
Programme Three - Napier
W.A. Mozart | Quartet in B Flat Major K 458 "The Hunt"
William Walton | String Quartet in a minor
David Flynn | “Slip” from Quartet, no. 2
This performance will be ca. 70mins in duration, without interval.
Food and wine can be purchased from 6:45 pm - 7:25 pm. Please arrive in plenty of time if you wish to place an order.
Friday 8 July, 7:30pm to 8:45pm
Restrictions: All Ages
Adult Food and wine (optional) can be purchased from 6:45pm. $35.00
Community Services Card Holder Food and wine (optional) can be purchased from 6:45pm. $12.00
School Children $5.00
Under 5s $0.00
Church Road Winery, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne
150 Church Rd, Taradale, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne
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