1-2 of 2 results  for:

  • Music Education and Pedagogy x
Clear all

Article

Adrienne Simpson

One of New Zealand’s largest and most progressive arts promoters. It was founded in 1950, based in Wellington, and in 1987 changed from a federation of autonomous societies to a centralized organization. Its principal purpose is to present chamber music concerts by international and New Zealand artists. Concert series are presented in nine major centres, as well as concerts in a further 25 cities and towns, and a contemporary music series in a more limited number of venues. Since the 1960s it has produced a newsletter, ...

Article

Roger Covell

Australian chamber music network. Unrivalled in the thoroughness with which it serves a single country (with more than 2000 concerts annually), the network presents ensembles in subscription seasons in Australian capital cities and elsewhere and in regional and school touring. It was founded in Sydney in ...