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The Auckland Arts Festival (AAF) 2021 programme has been announced and here are our top picks.
Aotearoa's outstanding national chamber choir, Voices New Zealand, presents a breathtaking musical and visual homage to the beauty and vulnerability of our oceans.
A true festival coup, Auckland Arts Festival present internationally renowned New Zealand composer John Psathas’ immersive world premiere featuring six grand pianos and a sweeping digital audio landscape.
Celebrate International Women’s Day with music and words from inspirational women, including a world premiere commission for taonga puoro and orchestra by Ruby Solly, work by Pulitzer Prize winner Julia Wolfe, and more.
Over the first two weekends of the Auckland Arts Festival, dance crews will go head-to-head and singers will flex their vocal prowess, each vying for a spot in the finals.
Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime concert honouring one of “New Zealand’s most eloquently soulful vocalists”
Experience the magic of director Steven Spielberg’s beloved movie with John Williams’ Academy Award®-winning score performed live by the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra.
A story of revolution through dance, this electrifying production explores one of history’s most fascinating mass movements — the dancing plague of 1518.
A constellation of New Zealand’s finest circus superstars, urban acrobats and outrageous curiosities descend from the night sky for a stellar cabaret of truly cosmic proportions.
Pull up a pew and join us on the hallowed stage of The Civic as comedian, playwright and Snapchat satirist extraordinaire Tom Sainsbury asks some very special guests, including Hilary Barry and Chlöe Swarbrick, to get to the heart of...