Sunday Concerts

The 2022 series started on 1 May and ends on 2 October.

Wellington Chamber Music presents chamber music concerts in its Sunday Concerts series on selected Sunday afternoons at 3 pm at St Andrew’s on the Terrace. Concerts typically finish before 5 pm.

Click here to download a summary of the 2022 series (PDF)

SundayConcerts is required to follow Government rules under the Covid-19 Protection Framework (Traffic Lights). Under the current Orange setting, this means those attending concerts will need to wear a mask, unless they hold an exemption.

Booking options:

Seating for all concerts will be by General Admission.

Full series subscribers *SAVE 25% on single ticket prices.

A standard subscription is $210 and an under 26 subscription $60.

Single adult tickets are $40 each. For people under 26, single tickets are $10. One school-aged child may attend for free with each adult who has paid for a full-price ticket.

A. Postal or email Bookings:

Series subscriptions (all 7 concerts) and individual concerts

Postal or email bookings for the full series are available only through Wellington Chamber Music Trust, up to the day of the first concert 1 May 2022.

You can also purchase tickets to individual concerts directly from us.

Direct bookings require internet banking or direct deposit to our bank account – but do not have fees.

Click to download the one-page Booking Form

Print and complete the Booking Form and either email it to sundayconcertsnz@gmail.com or post to:

Wellington Chamber Music Trust 23 Ngatoto Street Ngaio Wellington 6035

Alternatively, just send us an email.

B. Eventfinda Bookings for individual concerts:

Payment may be by credit card or internet banking, but fees apply:

1. Booking online at Eventfinda www.eventfinda.co.nz/;

2. Booking over the counter at ‘Visitor i-Sites’ in Wellington, Lower Hutt, Carterton, Masterton and Martinborough;

3. Phoning Eventfinda: 0800BUYTIX or 0800 289-849

Notes: • Eventfinda will not accept postal bookings or payment by cheque. • Tickets for all online and phone bookings will be emailed to you.

Fees: There may be both a booking fee and a payment fee

Booking fees: • Online: No charge • Visitor i-Sites: $3 per ticket • Phone: $4.50 per ticket

Payment fees: • Credit card: 2.5% of the ticket price • EFT/POS at Visitor i-Sites: No charge

C. Door sales:

Only cash will be accepted If a concert has not sold out beforehand, you can buy tickets at the venue from 2:30 pm on the day of the concert.

Subscription tickets will also be available at the door on the day of the first concert only.

Attending our concerts

Find out how to get to St Andrews on The Terrace.

Free programmes are provided at each concert.

Unfortunately, there are no refreshments available.

Disability Access

There is disability access and space for wheel chairs at the venue.

Parking

Car parking is available in nearby parking buildings on The Terrace or Bolton Street and on nearby streets.

Concert reminders

If you would like to keep up to date with our activities and receive concert reminders, then join our mailing and/or email lists by emailing us your contact details or register on the website.

New to chamber music?

Chamber music is classical music originally intended to be performed in small places (small halls, even home living rooms), by small groups of musicians (usually one to four, though sometimes up to eight).

Chamber music ensembles traditionally include duos, string trios, string quartets, piano trios, piano quartets, and wind ensembles, as well as solo piano.

Click here to find out more about what chamber music means to the musicians and their audiences.

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Season 2022


Wellington Chamber Music proudly presents Sunday Concerts 2022 – seven concerts featuring some of New Zealand’s finest musicians.

The programmes feature a wide range of mainstream classics alongside newer works by composers from New Zealand and elsewhere.

Yuka & Kemp (violin/piano sonatas)

Sunday 10 July 3:00 pm

St. Andrew's on The Terrace

Edward Elgar – Salut d’Amour (Liebesgruss), Op 12 Ludwig van Beethoven – Violin sonata No 5 in F major, Op 24 “Spring” Maria Theresia von Paradis – Sicilienne Anthony Ritchie – Song for Minstrel, Op 120 Jules Massenet – “Méditation” from Thaïs William Kroll – Banjo and Fiddle George Frideric Handel – Sonata in D major HWV371 Niccolò Paganini (arr. Robert Schumann) Caprice in A minor Op1 No 24 Fritz Kreisler – Recitativo and Scherzo — Caprice for solo violin, Op 6 Fritz Kreisler – Liebesleid Fritz Kreisler – La Gitana John Williams – Theme from Schindler’s List Vittorio Monti – Csárdás

Levansa Trio (piano trio)

Sunday 31 July 3:00 pm

St. Andrew's on The Terrace

Antonín Dvořák – Piano Trio No. 2 in G minor Op. 26

Claire Cowan – Ultraviolet

Georgy Sviridov – Piano Trio in A minor

Pyotr Tchaikovsky – Piano Trio in A minor Op. 50

Ensemble Gö (violin/marimba)

Sunday 14 August 3:00 pm

St. Andrew's on The Terrace

Johann Sebastian Bach – Prelude, Gavotte en Rondeau BWV1006

Anders Koppel – Romeo and Juliet at Gare du Nord

Ross Harris – Strings and Wood

Peter Klatzow – Sonata for violin and marimba

Linda Dallimore – Matariki (CMNZ Commissioning Prize)

Anders Koppel – Tarantella

Jacob “JacobTV” ter Veldhuis – The Body of your dreams

Duo Enharmonics (piano duets)

Sunday 02 October 3:00 pm

St. Andrew's on The Terrace

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Sonata in D, KV381 Felix Mendelssohn – Andante & Allegro Brillante in A, op 92 John Psathas – Motet Fazil Say – Night Hanna Kulenty – Van Igor Stravinsky – The Rite of Spring

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