Spirit of ANZAC

20 Apr 2016 by Mike Tisdall
NZSO Anzac poppy
 
This Thursday 21st April and Friday 22nd April, our client the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra continues to commemorate the centenary of the First World War in a special concert of remembrance and thanksgiving. Inspired by three very different aspects of the conflict: Gallipoli, mortality, and the challenging aspect of desertion. Three moving pieces feature in this performance that is reflective, stirring, frightening and beautiful. 
 
The design for this signature event in the orchestra’s calender features a solitary poppy, focused, vulnerable yet resolute. In honour of each individual ANZAC life lost.
 
Tickets for these concerts are available from Ticketek (Wellington concert) and Ticketmaster (Auckland concert).
 
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