The CSO, in partnership with the Christchurch City Libraries, is delighted to introduce Music Trails through the Library. Proudly brought to you by the CSO and Leighs Construction. Free, caregiver required.
More performances planned for 2018
The Music Trails through the Library programme has finished for 2017. A new schedule of performances for 2018 will be announced in the new year.
The performances took place at 10.30am on the first Wednesday of the month, at a different library each time.
Leighs Construction CSO Presents: Music Trails through the Library with a Brass Quintet.
Posted by Christchurch Symphony Orchestra on Tuesday, June 6, 2017
More about Music Trails
These free 45-minute performances by CSO ensembles provide a fun and interactive way of introducing children to live music. With elements of dance, song and stories, Music Trails through the Library is a great opportunity for children to see the instruments up close and join in with the musical fun.
Proudly brought to you by the CSO and Leighs Construction. Free, caregiver required.
Previous performances: Wednesday 1 November: Ōrauwhata: Bishopdale Library and Community Centre (Brass), Wednesday 6 September: Linwood Library (Harp, flute and violin), Wednesday 7 June: South Library (Brass); Wednesday 3 May: Te Hāpua: Halswell Centre (Percussion); Wednesday 1 February: Fendalton Library string quartet; Wednesday 1 March: Papanui Library woodwind ensemble; Wednesday 5 April: Upper Riccarton Library ensemble of the harp, flute and violin; Wednesday 5 July: Central Library Peterborough (Strings); Wednesday 2 August: Shirley Library (Woodwind); Wednesday 4 October: New Brighton Library (Percussion)
- Find out about Music Trails through the Library on the CSO website
- See the performances in the CSO 2017 season
- Read Newsline's article Christchurch Symphony Orchestra to perform at libraries
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