Great Hall Lunchtime Concert Series 2022


Specific Mondays

Time

1.10PM – 1.50PM

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

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

    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. 

    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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    Students tickets 

    To purchase students tickets during the red traffic light setting, please email concertsforchristchurch@gmail.com 

    Reserving Seats

    Purchasing a ticket to a Great Hall lunchtime concert guarantees you a seat to watch the performance. If you have a specific seat you prefer, please come early to reserve that seat. There is no formal reserve seating process.  

     

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

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

     

    Ali Harper (vocals) and Tom Rainey (piano)
    Monday 22 August Great Hall

    Join Ali Harper (vocals) and Tom Rainey (piano) as they treat you to a lunch filled with jazz standards, musical theatre and some other tasty morsels. Delicious lunchtime fare! Find out more

    New Zealand String Quartet
    29 August 2022 Great Hall

    The Concert Trust is very excited to have the NZSQ perform in the Great Hall Lunchtime series. Music from the USA, Japan, South Korea and New Zealand will be showcased. Find out more

    John Bevin (jazz trio)
    19 September Great Hall

    Sit back, relax and absorb the sultry smooth sounds that will make this concert memorable and leave you wanting more. Find out more

    Nicholas Young (piano)
    26 September 2022 Great Hall

    We look forward to welcoming Nicholas to the Great Hall stage. “Spellbinding…”, “Breathtaking…” Find out more

    Aeolus Saxophone Collective
    3 October 2022 Great Hall

    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)
    10 October 2022 Great Hall

    Our masters of percussion Brett Painter and Roanna Funcke will perform music from the Caribbean, Latin America, Africa and Europe. Find out more

    Alice Tanner (vocals) and Heather Webb (guitar): Alchemy
    17 October 2022 Great Hall

    Enduring friends and collaborators, Alice Tanner and Heather Webb, come together in an exciting fusion of musical forces. Find out more

    Tomas Hurnik (cello) and Anna Maksymova (piano)
    31 October 2022 Great Hall

    Tomas and Anna will be performing the rarely heard first Cello Sonata by Beethoven alongside beautiful French romantic works by Fauré and Goens. Find out more

    SOLE Music Academy Showcase
    7 November 2022 Great Hall

    SOLE Music Academy was established by founder Sacha Vee to create a guided pathway for ambitious singers, songwriters and producers to establish a career in music. Find out more

    Celebrating Sondheim
    14 November 2022 Great Hall

    In this performance Juliet Reynolds-Midgley, Naomi Ferguson, Jack Fraser and Michael Lawrence, pay tribute to the late, great writer/composer Stephen Sondheim. Find out more

    Café Operana
    21 November 2022 Great Hall

    Let Café Operana take you on a wild journey across Europe and beyond, from Puccini's sun-drenched Florence to the sophistication of Fauré's Paris, with exotic stops in hidden places along the way. Find out more

    Opera Club
    28 November 2022 Great Hall

    Join some of Christchurch’s finest voices performing memorable operatic arias and ensembles with the direction of Sharolyn Kimmorley AM. Find out more

    Jennine Bailey (jazz vocalist) and Tom Rainey (piano)
    5 December 2022 Great Hall

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

    AGBB (All Girl Big Band)
    12 December 2022 Great Hall

    The AGBB consists of an array of talented musicians whose “infectious joy of music making” is evident at all their live shows. Find out more

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