Take a bow for con­cert

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the Flaxen Hair from the French Im­pres­sion­ist era was as charm­ing as ever and was fol­lowed by quirky and happy selec­tions from New Zealan­der David Far­quar’s Ring Round the Moon.

The YPT ended their part of the con­cer­twith mu­sic from an­other Rus­sian com­poser; Tchaikovsky’s 4th move­ment from the Lit­tle Rus­sian Sym­phony.

To end the first half of the con­cert the BOP Sym­pho­nia per­formed Schu­bert’s Un­fin­ished Sym­phony, cap­tur­ing the seren­ity of the sym­phony with its lovely melody in­ter­spersed­with dark fore­bod­ing pas­sages.

The sec­ond half of the con­cert saw both or­ches­tras on stage. The au­di­ence was given a won­der­fully up­lift­ing and mind­blow­ing ex­pe­ri­ence ofMahler’s great fi­nale to his 3rd sym­phony and then to fin­ish the pro­gramme some rol­lick­ing mu­sic from Pi­rates of the Car­ib­bean.

Take a bow Jus­tus Roze­mond, Youth Phil­har­monic Tau­ranga and Bay of Plenty Sym­pho­nia; you did your­selves proud.

Youth Phil­har­monic Tau­ranga.

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