Experience the magic of director Steven Spielberg’s beloved movie with John Williams’ Academy Award®-winning score performed live by the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra.
Enjoy the very best from the local music scene this March at Auckland Arts Festival.
Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime concert honouring one of “New Zealand’s most eloquently soulful vocalists”
Acclaimed musician and songwriter Anna Coddington launches her brand new album Beams at The Civic Club in conjunction with a striking live visual art show.
Come together with Ria Hall and friends for an opening Festival concert celebrating aroha with a collection of beloved songs from Aotearoa.
With a flair for exploring uninhabited and stunning sonic terrain, the captivating Estère weaves her velvety vocals, heavy basslines and hooks into a transfixing new performance concept. Unmissable!
Aotearoa's outstanding national chamber choir, Voices New Zealand, presents a breathtaking musical and visual homage to the beauty and vulnerability of our oceans.
Honouring the beautiful character of acoustic guitar, Gitbox Rebellion’s exuberant blend of jazz, rock, folk and classical will have you in sonic raptures.
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.
One of the go-to guitar guys on the Aotearoa music scene, Dixon Nacey continues to perform with some of New Zealand’s top jazz and pop musicians, with over 20 years’ experience up his sleeve.
Tickle your pop fancy at this very special double bill performance, featuring two of New Zealand’s most exciting original songwriters — Chelsea Jade and breakout artist deryk.
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.
Dream-pop luminaries French for Rabbits are the creators of some of New Zealand’s most hauntingly ethereal music.
Powerful vocals from these Māori and Pacific wāhine toa will have you foot-tapping and dancing in your seat as a new generation of songstresses takes flight.
Julia Deans graces The Civic Club in a stripped back trio, presenting new material from an upcoming album, alongside favourites from her critically acclaimed We Light Fire and Modern Fables.