Sunday 24 November 2013 SMP Ensemble performs an eclectic mix of new compositions and classical gems at Futuna Chapel in Karori, Wellington at 2:00pm.
Tickets are $10 per person (cash at the door).
This concert is part of the Colours of Futuna concert series, curated by Carol Shortis.
EARLIER THIS YEAR:
SMP Ensemble at the NZ International Film Festival
SMP Ensemble accompanied the screenings of the film "The Crowd" with a live performance of a new score for this classic film by NZ based composer Jo Contag
July 28th, 2.00pm Sky City Cinemas, Auckland
August 11th, 4.00pm The Paramount, Courtney Place, Wellington
SMP Ensemble was founded in October 2008 by its initial musical director, Andrzej Nowicki, and is based in Wellington, the capital city of New Zealand. The group comprises an ever-changing line-up of performers and contributors. Since May 2011, SMP Ensemble has been co-directed by several of its core members, Anton Killin, Karlo Margetic and Carol Shortis.
The group produces several concerts per year, including some charity projects. Music played includes classical and contemporary chamber music, electroacoustic music, and experimental performances, often with a focus on New Zealand composition. The ensemble mainly comprises recent graduates of Te Koki The New Zealand School of Music, with occasional use of current students, staff, and other guest artists.
SMP Ensemble performing at Happy Bar in 2009
Photo by Rachel Brandon
SMP Ensemble performing at Wesley Church in 2012