Great Hall Lunchtime Concert Series 2020


Specific Mondays

Time

1.10PM – 1.50PM

Please note that online bookings include a $1 booking fee per ticket.

Pricing

  • Adults $15.00
  • Friends of The Arts Centre and Concerts for Christchurch Foundation Trust members $10.00
  • Students and children $5.00
  • Venue: Great Hall, The Arts Centre Te Matatiki Toi Ora, 2 Worcester Bouelvard

    Concerts from June onward are still happening at this stage. We are also exploring options to bring some concerts online, watch this space!

    In light of the NZ Governments efforts to control the spread of COVID-19, and in the interest of the safety of our customers and performers, we have decided to cancel the March and April concerts. We apologise for any inconvenience and will be in contact with those who have purchased tickets.

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    Enjoy a stellar line-up of renowned local, national and international artists performing in a beautiful heritage venue.

    Due to popular demand, we've increased the number of performances this year. 

    How do I get tickets?

    In advance

    Book your tickets online. Scroll down and select the concert you wish to attend and click on 'Find out more' to book your ticket. Please note that online bookings include a $1 booking fee per ticket.

    You can also email to reserve preferred seating - concertsforchristchurch@gmail.com

    On the day

    Purchase tickets at the Great Hall entrance from midday on the day of the concert.

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    Performances take place in the Great Hall of The Arts Centre Te Matatiki Toi Ora from 1.10pm to 1.50pm on the following dates:

    [Note: Artists, venues and dates are subject to change]

    Cameron Pearce (trumpet) and Tom Rainey (piano)
    13 July 2020 Great Hall

    Presented by the Great Hall Lunchtime Concerts, from jazz classics all the way through to some beautiful Billy Joel melodies. Find out more

    Jeremy Woodside (piano) and Lois Johnston (soprano)
    20 July 2020 Great Hall

    As part of the Great Hall Lunchtime Concert Series 2020, "Ravishing Delight" is a programme of English song exploring people, places, seasons, and nature. Find out more

    HKH Trio
    27 July 2020 Great Hall

    Presented by the Great Hall Lunchtime Concerts Series 2020, HKH (Hoekstra Kime Hobson) was formed around 20 years ago when the three musicians discovered they had a similar passion for European jazz. Find out more

    Helen Charlton (soprano) and Chris Archer (piano)
    10 August 2020 Great Hall

    Presented by the Great Hall Lunchtime Concerts, Helen has a beautiful voice and Chris is an exquisite pianist, together they're a formidable team. Find out more

    Broadway Buddies
    17 August 2020 Great Hall

    The 2020 Great Hall Lunchtime Concert Series presents a classic selection of Broadway’s best loved songs and melodies presented by, you guessed it, ‘Buddies’. Find out more

    Garden City Big Band
    31 August 2020 Great Hall

    As part of the Great Hall Lunchtime Concert Series 2020, the GCBB has a full big band line-up consisting of some of the best local musicians and vocalists. Find out more

    Naomi Ferguson (voice) and Alex van den Broek (piano)
    14 September 2020 Great Hall

    As part of the Great Hall Lunchtime Concert Series 2020, this dynamic duo bring you a concert of their favourite songs. Find out more

    Aeolus Saxophone Collective
    28 September 2020 Great Hall

    As part of the Great Hall Lunchtime Concert Series 2020, an impressive line-up of eight saxophones, of all sounds and shapes, will perform as quartets before colliding together to form an octet. Find out more

    Brett Painter and Roanna Funcke (percussion)
    5 October 2020 Great Hall

    Our masters of percussion Brett Painter and Roanna Funcke will span music from the Caribbean, Latin America, Africa and Europe, performing on Marimba, Caribbean steel pans and hand percussion. Find out more

    Michael Endres (piano) and Mark Menzies (violin)
    12 October 2020 Great Hall

    Michael is a superb pianist of international acclaim and for this concert he will be joined by Mark Menzies who is described as an ‘extraordinary musician’ and a ‘riveting violinist’. Find out more

    Fiona Pears (violin) and Connor Hartley-Hall (guitar)
    19 October 2020 Great Hall

    The music Fiona and Connor will be performing as part of the Great Hall Lunchtime Concert Series 2020 will be a mix of fiery Gypsy jazz, heart-warming ballads along with some well-known classics. Find out more

    Suoni - The ‘Sound of many Voices’
    2 November 2020 Great Hall

    An offering of great vocal ensemble and choral works led by the indomitable master of song, Ravil Atlas. Find out more

    Classical Jazz Quartet
    9 November 2020 Great Hall

    The 2020 Great Hall Lunchtime Concert Series is proud to present Cathy Irons (violin), Barry Brinson (piano) Michael Davis (bass) and Doug Brush (drums). Find out more

    Café Operana
    30 November 2020 Great Hall

    Featuring Helen Webby on pedal harp, Sophia Bidwell on accordion and Lois Johnston the vocalist. Find out more

    Jennine Bailey (jazz vocalist) and Tom Rainey (piano)
    7 December 2020 Great Hall

    Jennine and Tom have performed as a duo throughout New Zealand for many years now and have collaborated on various recording projects. Find out more

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