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Enjoy the very best from the local music scene this March at Auckland Arts Festival. 

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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. 

Enjoy two hours of free parking or $5 evening and weekend rates. Find out more. Ride on public transport from as little as $2 each way. Find out more.
Last updated: 16 January 2020