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Inspire Partnership Programme

Haydn Staples Piano Programme

Bringing world-class opportunities to our emerging pianists. This programme provides an incomparable opportunity for young pianists to learn from the very best in the world. The APO’s visiting artists engage directly with the participants via masterclasses, mentoring and open rehearsals, providing both advice and inspiration for these talented young performers.

 

OPEN REHEARSALS WITH PIANO SOLOISTS

10am, Thursday 21 February

Templar Great Classics:

Musical Postcards

10am, Thursday 28 February.

The New Zealand Herald Premier Series:

Beethoven's Triple

10am, Thursday 4 April.

The New Zealand Herald Premier Series:

Landscapes 

10am, Thursday 25 July

Templar Great Classics:

Tragic Heroes

10am, Thursday 17 October.

The New Zealand Herald Premier Series:

Bolero 

10am, Thursday 7 November

Templar Great Classics:

Magic and Mozart

MASTERCLASSES WITH PIANO SOLOISTS  

Wed 20 Feb
Tamara-Anna Cislowska

PIANO SCHOLAR

Each year, one young pianist of outstanding potential is chosen as the Haydn Staples Piano Scholar. In 2019, the Scholar will participate regularly in masterclasses, receive complimentary tickets to APO concerts and perform as part of various APO events, including a performance as soloist with the full orchestra. The Piano Scholar is selected in conjunction with the piano teaching team and Head of School at the University of Auckland School of Music. 

RÖNISCH AUCKLAND SECONDARY SCHOOLS PIANO COMPETITION

A unique competition in which secondary school pianists represent their schools. The competition provides important performance opportunities as well as tuition scholarships.

Generously supported by Haydn Staples and Lynley Stewart.

Applications open soon.

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