Dunedin Symphony Orchestra Events

2020 Events 

Up Close with Simon O’Neill – A Fundraiser for the DSO 

Up Close with Simon O’Neill – Cancelled
The DSO’s fundraiser ‘Up Close with Simon O’Neill’ is also not able to go ahead as scheduled. The main reason for this is because Simon O’Neill is based in Auckland and, because of COVID-19 and the Level 3 restrictions currently in force for Auckland, he is therefore not able to travel to Dunedin.
– If you bought your tickets through Eventfinda, they will be in touch with you soon to confirm their particular refund process.
– If you bought your tickets at the Regent Theatre, please either go to the Regent Theatre or contact them directly to make arrangements for your refund.

Sunday 23 August, 4:00 pm, Hanover Hall, 65 Hanover Street DSO-UpClose-2020-DCC-955x500

Join Simon and Terence Dennis in an hour-long discussion about Simon’s extraordinary career. Originally from Ashburton, via studying at the University of Otago, he is now one of the world’s top tenors singing (usually) on the world’s most prestigious opera stages.

Simon and Terence will entertain us with stories of Simon’s career. Simon, accompanied by Terence on the piano, will also perform some of his favourite arias.

Sunday 23 August
4.00 pm
Hanover Hall
Complimentary refreshments on arrival. Cash bar available after the concert.

Tickets: $50 (booking fees will apply) – On Sale from 6 August
A fundraiser for the DSO (No Door Sales)
On sale at the Regent Theatre and via Eventfinda eventfinda.co.nz

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Performance partners

The Dunedin Symphony Orchestra regularly accompanies productions by resident and touring opera, ballet, musical and choral companies. The following are our engagements for the 2020 season:

Rejoice! Music for Christmas

Rejoice! Music for ChristmasPresented by City Choir Dunedin on Saturday 28 November 2020, 7:30 pm, Dunedin Town Hall

City Choir Dunedin, accompanied by the Dunedin Symphony Orchestra and conducted by David Burchell, presents a programme of choral music for the Christmas season. The programme will include Bach’s Magnificat, Benjamin Britten’s A Ceremony of Carols, and other Christmas-themed works to inspire and bring joy.

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