MSO tick­ets up for grabs with Courier

Eastern Courier - - OUT & ABOUT - TARANNUM SHAIKH

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 with MSO Home­land in the sub­ject line, and your name, ad­dress and con­tact phone num­ber by Sun­day, Novem­ber 19.

draw for two tick­ets


Auck­land Coun­cil is get­ting a greater num­ber of in­creas­ingly com­plex con­sent ap­pli­ca­tions slow­ing pro­cess­ing.

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