As a result of Auckland’s continued COVID response, the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra (APO) regrets to announce further changes to previously postponed concerts.
Unfortunately, due to limitations on venue and artist availability and the continued uncertainty around current COVID-19 alert levels the APO is now cancelling the following performances outright.
APO Ticketing and Ticketmaster will be communicating with all ticketholders impacted by these cancellations.
The APO are continuing their efforts to reschedule The New Zealand Herald Premier Series: Symphonic Dances performance. This programme includes the world premiere performances of NZ Arts Laureate Dame Gillian Whitehead’s latest APO Commission, a concerto for violin, written especially for our own concertmaster Andrew Beer. The APO recognises the significance of this occasion and are doing all that is possible, within the current climate, to enable this world premiere performance to take place in 2021.
The APO will continue to monitor Government guidelines regarding the COVID-19 situation and how this relates to future APO events and activities. If changes to events occur, APO will communicate with audiences, artists and stakeholders appropriately.
Updates will also be posted on the APO website and the APO Facebook page.