COVID-19 update: Corban Estate Arts Centre is currently open. The health and welfare of our whānau and communities is of the utmost importance to us, and we will continue to update our status in line with this.
Cancelled dates: ‘3’ Music for Three Players - Sun 8 November ‘2’ Music for Two Players - 2pm, Sun 20 December
On behalf of Corban Estate Arts Centre and NZ Barok we are sad to have to cancel the remaining 2020 concert dates due to the impact of Covid-19. We hope to reschedule in 2021.
The health and welfare of our audience and musicians and communities is of the utmost importance to us. We are monitoring and managing any potential risks, and updating our procedures as needed. Full refunds for ticket holders are available here:
Watch out for NZ Barok concerts in 2021 Their customer support team number is 0508-ITICKET (484-253)
Old St Michael’s Church in the Corban Estate Arts Centre provides an intimate setting with a perfect acoustic for a one-hour concert of elegant, easy listening classical music. Join the musicians as they perform and talk about the music and the 18th century instruments they play.
“If God wanted to speak to men through music, He would do it with the oeuvres of Haydn, but if He himself wished to listen to music, He would choose Boccherini” (Jean-Baptiste Cartier 1765-1841).
Sparkling and elegant music by Mozart and Boccherini will delight in this programme of classical quartets. Join NZ Barok players Graham McPhail (violin), Amelia Giles (violin), Alison Salmons (viola) and Helen Brinkman (cello) with guest Sally Tibbles (flute).
“NZ Barok are a revelation…the distinctive sounds of their authentic instruments in perfect balance” - Theatre Review