Cellist Inbal Megiddo is Senior Lecturer at New Zealand School of Music and has performed regularly for SundayConcerts as part of the Te Kōkī Trio. Inbal has given many concerts in Europe, Asia, America, Israel, Ireland and NZ. Recent engagements have included performances with the Israel Chamber Orchestra, the National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland, the Ukraine and Lithuanian Philharmonic Orchestras, as well as concertos and recital tours in Israel, NZ, and Asia. Inbal is the founder and director of the Cellophonia festival.
Inbal replaces Robert Ibell who has an injury that prevents him from performing.
Dunedin-born Wellingtonian Rachel Thomson gained a doctorate in piano performance from the Cleveland Institute of Music in the US. She regularly performs with some of the New Zealand’s leading musicians. She is a member of various chamber ensembles including the Koru Trio. She also records for RNZ Concert.
In Cello Journey the pair travel around the globe exploring different musical cultures, styles and periods.
How to buy tickets:
Single tickets are $40, or $10 for those under 26. A school child attending with an adult who has purchased a full-price ticket is free.
Series tickets are $210 for all 7 concerts and $60 for those under 26. These can only be purchased directly from SundayConcerts.
Click to download the one-page Booking Form
You can buy single tickets (transaction fees may apply) by:
• booking online at: Eventfinda Bookings
• booking over the counter at ‘Visitor i-Sites’ in Wellington, Lower Hutt, Carterton, Masterton and Martinborough
• phoning Eventfinda: 0800BUYTIX or 0800 289 849 Note: Eventfinda will not accept postal bookings or payment by cheque. Tickets for all online and phone bookings will be emailed to you.
• at the venue: from 2.30pm on the day of the concert (cash only).
The CMNZ Regional Series is supported by The Deane Endowment Trust Artist Development Fund.
Sunday 09 May
3:00 pm, St. Andrews on The Terrace
Manuel de Falla – Suite Populaire Espagnole
Salina Fisher (NZ) – Mono no aware (物の哀れ)
Dmitri Shostakovich – Selections from ‘The Limpid Stream’
Nadia Boulanger – Three Pieces for Cello & Piano
Astor Piazzolla – Le Grand Tango
Johannes Brahms – Cello Sonata No 2 in F major Op 99