Calling all fans of quizzes and classics -the Quizzicus Maximus Quiz Night is here! Are you the hero of your local quiz team? Is your knowledge of all things classical legendary? Then this is the quiz night for you! Enter a team (up to 5 people per team max), get quizzical, and win prizes.
Brought to you by UC Classoc and the UC Teece Museum.
General Public $5 per person entry. FREE for current Classoc members. Snacks will be provided. Museum doors open from 6.30pm, quiz starts 7.00pm.
Places are limited so PLEASE register to attend.
Join us for a day to learn about all things music at UC’s School of Music, in the Arts Centre city location! The day will run with sessions where you will hear from our staff and students, learn the process of composition and song writing, work with your peers in a performance ensemble and experience life with our student community.
Come ready with your creative minds, bring your instrument and try out your music skills. Numbers are limited so please register to secure your spot.
"French Connections" with TrioNique exploring historical and contemporary relationships between people, places and passions through music for flute, saxophone and pianoTickets are free, but you will need to register online here: https://www.eventbrite.co.nz/e/new-music-central-trio-nique-tickets-162988171007
Eclectic, engaging and entertaining, TrioNique is Aotearoa's unique Trio - three women, three nationalities, three saxophones, two flutes and one amazing pianist. Originally founded as a post-graduate chamber music group at Auckland University in 2017, the unusual Trio has gained a reputation for its wide-ranging and re-imagined repertoire, all delivered with fun and flair.Saxophonist Tomomi Johnston (Japan) performs with the Manukau Symphony Orchestra and several other Auckland-based ensembles, in addition to mentoring young musicians through music schools and the APO Connecting programmes. Tomomi is also NZ Saxophone Society President 2021. Flautist Clare Ellis (NZ) is a versatile chamber musician, flautist and Orff Schulwerk elemental music teacher. Clare manages TrioNique and her boutique “FluteFarm” concert venue, and is a past admin/ assistant teacher for the Auckland Flute Festival with Uwe Grodd. Pianist Gabriela Glapska recently completed her Doctorate at Victoria University focused on the creative output of Polish-Jewish composer and pianist André Tchaikowsky. Gabriela is also pianist for Wellington-based Ghost Trio, rehearsal pianist for the Royal NZ Ballet, and enjoys a formidable reputation as a contemporary music specialist.