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Concerts -- New Zealand

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:

A little on the bluesy side., 1985c

 Item — Poster 492: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90492
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Poster advertising a concert by women musicians. Also includes the text: 'With the assistance of QE2'.

Dates: 1985c

Braille Records Wellington presents: Nine musicians, in six groups, for eight nights., [1986]-06-10/[1986]-06-18

 Item — Poster 318: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90318
Scope and Contents note Poster advertising a series of concerts by various Jazz groups organised by Braille Records. Includes a photograph of nine musicians holding different instruments standing in front of a building. Also includes the texts: 'Jungle Suite, Motto, The Family Mallet, Four Volts, Black Sheep at Streets Ahead Performance Café 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th. Primitive Art Group, Limbs 14th, 15th, 16th + Shadows 18th June. New and improvised music. Photo by Marcel'. Also includes an image of a fingerprint...
Dates: [1986]-06-10/[1986]-06-18

Collegium Musicum of the University of Bonn., [1974]-08-27

 Item — Poster 540: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90540
Scope and Contents note Poster advertising a Christchurch performance by German orchestra Collegium Musicum der Universität Bonn. Includes an abstract geometric design of many thin lines radiating from four red circles. Also includes the texts: 'Directly from sell-out concerts in Australia, one of Germany's finest orchestra, the Collegium Musicum der Universitat Bonn will play works by Telemann, Pergolesi, Mozart, Schubert and Bartok. Aspecial Matinee performance of Prokofiev's "Peter and the Wolf," with...
Dates: [1974]-08-27

Dowse Art Museum Winter Concert Series., [19??]-07-31/[19??]-11-06

 Item — Poster 116: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90116
Scope and Contents note Poster advertising a series of Classical music concerts at the Dowse Art Museum. Includes the texts: 'July 31st: 5p.m. Milton Parker: Edrick Banks. Suite for Guitar / David Farquhar. Five Scenes for Guitar. 17 Pieces for Guitar / Douglas Lilburn. Sonatine for Guitar / Kenneth Young. August 14th: 5p.m. The Viotti Quartet, Robin Perks, Lucien Rizos (violins), Peter Barber (viola), Josephine Young (cello), String Quartet in E Minor / Douglas Lilburn. Hugh McMillan (piano), Ode for Piano / David...
Dates: [19??]-07-31/[19??]-11-06

End of term break up., [1973]-12-09/[1973]-12-24

 Item — Poster 442: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90442
Scope and Contents note Poster advertising an End of Term concert tour, and a Benefit concert at Auckland University. Includes black & white photographs of Sam Hunt and Jenny Parkinson. Also includes the texts: 'With Sam Hunt, Jenny Parkinson, Uncle Alberts Orgasmic Orchestra, Theatre Action, appearing December 9 Invercargill Borsal, 10 Dunedin Women's Prison, 11 Waipiata Youth Centre, 12 Christchurch Prison, 14 Wi Tako, 15 Wellington Prison, 17 Wanganui Prison / Kaitoke Youth Centre, 18 New Plymouth Prison, 19...
Dates: [1973]-12-09/[1973]-12-24

Evening of Jazz, Thursday May 10 Town Hall Auditorium 8pm., 1979-05-05/1979-05-12

 Item — Poster 496: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90496
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising a jazz concert as part of the 1979 Students' Arts Festival in Christchurch. Also includes the texts: 'Students' Arts Festival. New Zealand Students Arts Council Inc. Christchurch May 5-12 1979. Tickets available from Student Union. Bob Bradford's Big Band, Doug Caldwell's Trio, Malcolm McNeill & His Sextet, The Bobcats. $4.75 Tickets Town Hall & Student Union. In association with the New Zealand Students Arts Council'. Also includes the logo of 3ZM.

Dates: 1979-05-05/1979-05-12

Folk & Country concert., [19??]-06-28/[19??]-06-29

 Item — Poster 448: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90448
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising two concerts by New Zealand folk and country musicians. Includes a drawing of a woman holding a guitar. Also includes the texts: 'Shona Laing, John Hanlon, "Wave", Steve Robinson, Simon Morris, Darien Tackle and many others! 3 hours for $1.00! Family concessions. Hamilton: Friday 28 June, Teachers Training College 8pm. Auckland: Sat 29 June, University Student Building 8pm'.

Dates: [19??]-06-28/[19??]-06-29

George Benson live on stage., [1978]-03

 Item — Poster 556: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90556
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising American jazz musician George Benson. Includes a photograph of Benson singing. Also includes the texts: 'Here March, book now! On Warner Bros. Records and Tapes'. Also includes the logo of Warner Brothers.

Dates: [1978]-03

Grand Opening, 12.00 midday Sunday May 6., 1979-05-05/1979-05-12

 Item — Poster 500: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90500
Scope and Contents note Poster advertising the opening of the 1979 Students' Arts Festival in Christchurch. Also includes the texts: 'Students' Arts Festival. New Zealand Students Arts Council Inc. Christchurch May 5-12 1979. Tickets available from Student Union. A family fun day with a difference. Side shows, marching bands, displays, rock groups, poets, dancers, theatre, the Concerto For 20 Odd Car Horns, the Poethathalon, pooh competitions, sky divers, air force fly past, 21 gun salute. Special festival fanfare....
Dates: 1979-05-05/1979-05-12

Herbs, Aotearoa, Dread Beat & Blood ..In Concert., [1986]-07-19

 Item — Poster 340: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90340
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising a Wellington concert by New Zealand reggae bands Herbs, Aotearoa and Dread Beat & Blood. Includes a small drawing of a radio. Also includes the texts: 'Tickets $9 $7 Students. University Union Hall Victoria University, Friday July 19 8pm. Radio Active c/- VUWSA, Private Bag Wellington, Phone 738-939'.

Dates: [1986]-07-19

John Hanlon in concert., 1975-06-03/1975-06-07

 Item — Poster 434: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90434
Scope and Contents note Poster advertising a tour by New zealand popular musician John Hanlon. Includes a black & white photograph of John Hanlon singing into a microphone. Also includes the texts: Auckland Technical Institute: Tuesday June 3, lunch hour. North Shore Teachers College: Thursday June 5, lunch hour. Auckland Teachers College Café: Friday June 6, 8.15p.m. Auckland University Café: Saturday June 7, 8.15p.m. New Zealand Students Arts Council - Northern Region. Please don't steal this poster until...
Dates: 1975-06-03/1975-06-07

Leo Kottke., 1978-04-15/1978-04-16

 Item — Poster 432: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90432
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising two New Zealand concerts by American guitarist Leo Kottke. Includes a black & white photograph of Kottke playing a guitar. The name Leo Kottke is repeated four times. Also includes the texts: 'Sat. April 15th His Magesty's Theatre, Auckland. Sun. April 16th St. James Theatre, Wellington. Australian Concert Entertainment'.

Dates: 1978-04-15/1978-04-16

Mike Knock and friends., [1983]-05-29

 Item — Poster 4: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90004
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising a Wellington concert by New Zealand jazz pianist Mike Nock. Also includes the texts: 'Paul Dyne - bass, Roger Sellers - drums, Colin Hemmingson - sax. Memorial Theatre, Sunday May 29th, 8pm. Book at the State Opera House or Student's Association Office.'

Dates: [1983]-05-29

Mike Knock and friends [Red]., [1983]-05-29

 Item — Poster 104: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90104
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising a Wellington concert by New Zealand jazz pianist Mike Nock. Also includes the texts: 'Paul Dyne - bass, Roger Sellers - drums, Colin Hemmingson - sax. Memorial Theatre, Sunday May 29th, 8pm. Book at the State Opera House or Student's Association Office.' Red copy.

Dates: [1983]-05-29

Mike Nock and friends at the Maidment, 29-30-31 July '82., 1982-07-29/1982-07-31

 Item — Poster 357: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90357
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising a series of concerts by New Zealand pianist Mike Nock. Includes a black & white image of Mike Nock. Also includes the texts: '1 performance with jazz quartet - Thursday July 29 8.00PM, 2 Solo piano performance - Friday July 30 8.00PM, 3 Performance with Limbs Dance Company - Saturday July 31 8.00PM. "Brace yourselves. This man is sinfully musical." Stereo Review (US). Bookings at The Corner. With the assistance of the Queen Elizabeth Arts Council'.

Dates: 1982-07-29/1982-07-31

New Ticket, dance-concert., [19??]-06-01/[19??]-06-10

 Item — Poster 449: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90449
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Poster advertising a tour of New Ticket. Includes a drawing of two human-like figures with animal legs, and an eye in the centre of a bullseye. Also includes the texts: 'Foot-stomping, floor-shaking rock. Dunedin Fri, 1 June. Ch.Ch. Sat 2 June. Well Tues 5. Palm.N. Wed 6. Hamilton Thurs 7. Auck Sunday 10.' Also includes the signature: C. Grosz.

Dates: [19??]-06-01/[19??]-06-10

Orientation Festival '87: Champagne Breakfast at Shadows, Thursday 5th March, 8.00am with The Heptocrats., 1987-03-05/1987-03-06

 Item — Poster 80: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90080
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising a Champagne Breakfast and a Jazz Picnic in Auckland as part of the AUSA 1987 Orientation Festival. Includes a stylised image of a bottle of wine labelled Glengarry. Also includes the texts: 'Jazz Picnic: Symonds St Gardens (behind University Bookshop) Friday 6th March 12.30 with Hattie and the Hounds. Courtesy of Glengarry. Both events $10, or $6 with Orientation Festival '87 Discount Card. Book at Maidment Booking Office'.

Dates: 1987-03-05/1987-03-06

Peter and the Wolf., [1974]-08-27/[1974]-08-29

 Item — Poster 541: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90541
Scope and Contents note Poster advertising two performances for children by the German orchestra Collegium Musicum der Universität Bonn. Includes the shapes of a wolf, a boy and a bird created from fragments of musical notation. Also includes the texts: 'Mozart: five German Dances. Haydn: Two Movements from Symphony No.100. Prokofiev: Peter and the Wolf (Narration by Nationwide's Ian Fraser). Christchurch Town Hall, 2pm, Tuesday 27th August. Dunedin Regent Theatre, 2pm, Thursday 29th August. Adults $1.60;...
Dates: [1974]-08-27/[1974]-08-29

Rainer Brüninghaus Trio., [19??]-10-08/[19??]-10-11

 Item — Poster 595: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90595
Scope and Contents note Poster advertising a New Zealand tour by West German Jazz group The Rainer Bruninghaus Trio. Also includes the texts: 'Modern jazz from West Germany. "The perfection of these three players in enchanting" Frankfurter Rundschau. The Goethe Institute in association with the Queen Elizabeth II Arts Council proudly presents: Rainer Bruninghaus - Piano, Synthesiser. Hugo Read: Soprano and alto saxophones, flutes. Trilok Gurtu: Tabla, drums, percussion conga. ECM Recording artists. Auckland, Tues 8...
Dates: [19??]-10-08/[19??]-10-11

Slick Stage and Topp Twins National Tour.

 Item — Poster 348: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90348
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising a tour by New Zealand musicians [Slick Stage] and the Topp Twins. Also includes the text: 'Supported by the Youth Initiatives Fund and Dominion Budget Rent-A-Car'.

Dates: 1977 - 1992

Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee., 1976-03-03/1976-03-11

 Item — Poster 354: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90354
Scope and Contents note Poster advertising a tour by United States blues musicians Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee. Includes a black & white photograph of the musicians performing. Also includes the texts: 'Christchurch Wed March 3 Campus, Dunedin Thurs March 4 Regent, Christchurch Fri March 5 Theatre Royal, Wellington Sat March 6 Campus, Wellington Sun March 7 Opera House, Palm. North Mon March 8 Opera House, Hamilton Tues March 9 Founders, Auckland Wed March 10 Campus, Auckland Thurs March 11 His Majestys....
Dates: 1976-03-03/1976-03-11

South Seas Ball with Aotearoa and Kaihana., [1988]-02-27

 Item — Poster 382: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90382
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising a ball at Auckland University featuring New Zealand reggae bands Aotearoa and Kaihana. Includes a blue line drawing of three people dancing. Also includes the texts: 'Saturday Feb 27th 8pm. Cultural entertainment, kava & ethnic food $22 or $18 (with card). AUSA Café (transformed)'.

Dates: [1988]-02-27

Taranaki Sol: Shaddup an' play a song! Tour: Orientation Thurs 5 Mar., [1987]-03-05

 Item — Poster 96: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90096
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising an Orientation Festival performance by New Zealand musician Taranaki Sol. Includes a drawing of a man in a spotlight with the word 'Tour' and various other letters coming from his mouth. In the foreground are silhouettes of audience members laughing.

Dates: [1987]-03-05

Topp Twins, In Joy, Annie Davis, Janice Gray., [1981]-06-12/[1981]-06-13

 Item — Poster 325: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90325
Scope and Contents note Poster advertising two concerts featuring the Topp Twins and other women performers, as part of the Christchurch Arts Circus. Also includes the texts: 'Many will remember the tremendous Slick Stage / Topp Twins tour during orientation earlier this year. The twins are returning to Christchurch to do two shows for Arts Circus. Their music is a vital blend of country-rock-folk and feminism; "new wave blues". If you are into perfectly harmonised raw power, don’t miss them. Women performers....
Dates: [1981]-06-12/[1981]-06-13

Topp Twins, Peter Garrett : National Tour, For a nuclear free and independent Aotearoa, New Zealand., [1985]-03-01/[1985]-03-07

 Item — Poster 423: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90423
Scope and Contents note Poster advertising a series of concerts by New Zealand musicians the Topp Twins, and Australian rock musician Peter Garrett. Includes an image of the Topp Twins and Peter Garrett with a drawing of the bow of a boat in the background. The boat has a peace symbol spray-painted on the hull. Also includes the texts: 'Mar 1 - Auckland, Mar 3 - Tauranga / Hamilton, Mar 4 - Palmerston North / Wellington, Mar 5 - Wellington, Mar 6 - Christchurch, Mar 7 - Dunedin. Sponsors: Peace Movement Aotearoa -...
Dates: [1985]-03-01/[1985]-03-07

Touring Indian Music & Dance., 1974-03-25/1974-04-11

 Item — Poster 159: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90159
Scope and Contents note Double-sided pamphlet advertising a 1974 tour by Indian musicians and dancers Professor V. V. Shrikhande, Ashok Roy, Bhagwan Pandya and Skakuntala Nair. The front side includes a black & white photgraph of two men playing instruments, and the text: 'NZSAC The New Zealand Students Arts Council in association with Air New Zealand. Professor V.V. Shrikhande, of Indian Cultural Centre - Fiji, with Mr Ashok Roy (Sarod), Mr Bhagwan Pandya (Tabla) and Mrs Skakuntala Nair (classical dance). The...
Dates: 1974-03-25/1974-04-11

Umbrella Festival - July 11-20: Programme No. VI., [19??]-07-11/[19??]-07-20

 Item — Poster 503: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90503
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising the programme of the Umbrella Festival held at Victoria University of Wellington. Includes a typewritten list of dates, times, venues and events. Also includes the texts: 'Wellington City / Victoria University. All enquiries to - Victoria University Students Assn, Private Bag, Wellington, Ph 738 566.'

Dates: [19??]-07-11/[19??]-07-20