MSO tickets up for grabs with Courier
See the Manukau Symphony Orchestra (MSO) live and hear works by Dvorˇa´k and Sibelius at Vodafone Events Centre.
Your Eastern Courier has
two ticket double passes to win
the concert on November 25.
NZ Symphony Orchestra’s principal cellist Andrew Joyce joins forces with the MSO to bring Dvorˇa´k’s Cello Concerto in B Minor to South Auckland.
Interim orchestra manager Joy Liu says that although Dvorˇa´k was writing his concerto while living in New York, it’s thoughts of his Czech homeland that infuse his work.
‘‘Beautiful melodies, dreamy interludes and animated folk tunes and dances all flow from the composer’s pen to transport us to his Bohemia.’’
In the second half, Liu says Sibelius’ Finlandia takes listeners on a journey to his home country. To enter the Eastern Courier
to see MSO’s Homeland at 7.30pm on November 25 at BNZ Theatre, Vodafone Events Centre, Manukau, email email@example.com with MSO Homeland in the subject line, and your name, address and contact phone number by Sunday, November 19.
draw for two tickets
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