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Star pianist and conductor Lars Vogt to debut with the NZSO

He’s an international sensation at the piano and on the podium. Now acclaimed German pianist and conductor Lars Vogt is coming to New Zealand for the first time.

Maestro Vogt will conduct and perform with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra in Wellington and Auckland this month.

New naming rights sponsor for iconic Wellington event

Sport Wellington is excited to announce Brendan Foot Supersite is the Naming Rights sponsor for the 2019 Wellington Round the Bays. In its 42nd year, Round the Bays is truly an iconic Wellington event, benefiting both the participants and the city.

Night Noodle Markets biggest yet in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch

The ever-popular hawker-style pop-up food festival, Night Noodle Markets, is returning this summer to New Zealand’s three largest cities - Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington - and it’s set to be better than ever.

Palmy students take to streets for explosive WWI show

Massey University theatre students are preparing for an explosive performance of a multi-media, multi-dimensional exploration of World War One to be staged on the streets of Palmerston North this weekend.

Te Auaha partners with the World of WearableArts in latest gallery exhibition

As you explore the city, keep an eye out for 12 unique installations featuring garments from the World of WearableArt historical collection. You can view some of these extraordinary works of art at Te Auaha Gallery until 12 October.

Musical masterclass aiming to build Latin ties

The sweet sounds of Argentina will float through Pātaka Gallery + Museum this week when a renowned musician looks to build closer ties with New Zealand through music.

Birthday celebration will be one to remember

New Zealand’s biggest and most famous classic motorcycle racing festival celebrates its 40th anniversary at Pukekohe on February 2-3 next year and it promises to be a birthday party to remember.

Featherston Booktown recognised internationally

The IOB has voted unanimously to make Featherston Booktown a full member of the global organisation, joining 21 other full member Booktowns, stretching across Europe, Asia and Australia.

Kapiti Coast commemorates Armistice Day with music and remembrance

This year Kāpiti remembers its own with an Armistice Day concert at Southward Theatre.

On 11 November, more than 100 musicians and performers from the Kāpiti Coast will use song and music to commemorate the contribution local New Zealanders made to the First World War.

Sky Tower glows for Pink October

The Sky Tower has joined landmarks around New Zealand in lighting pink to put the spotlight on breast cancer this October.