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Amalia Plays Mendelssohn

 Amalia Hall is acclaimed for her ability to move audiences with her ‘sumptuous and sweet tone, inherent musicality and natural facility’, so her performance of Mendelssohn’s concerto is bound to be captivating.

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We are delighted to share details of the DSO’s 2022 concerts and activities. The power of live orchestral music to entertain and engage with a diverse range of people has been especially evident in our recent uncertain times. This ability of live music to connect people and contribute to society’s well-being has underpinned the selection of our outstanding 2022 conductors and soloists, and of the repertoire to entertain and inspire you - our audience.

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Amalia Plays Mendelssohn



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News - 07 Dec 2022

Hooked on the classics

The six-person DSO band was travelling around schools in Dunedin and Queenstown to share their love of music with the pupils, she said.

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Review - 10 Nov 2022

Review: 'Amalia Plays Mendelssohn'

A well-balanced programme, superbly performed, kept a large town hall audience spellbound during Saturday’s Dunedin Symphony Orchestra concert, featuring fabulous New Zealand violinist Amalia Hall.

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News - 03 Nov 2022

Hall brings the romance of Mendelssohn alive

Auckland-based violinist Amalia Hall arrives in Dunedin today for final rehearsals with the Dunedin Symphony Orchestra ahead of its "Amalia Plays Mendelssohn" concert on Saturday night.

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News - 01 Nov 2022

Returning ‘home’

Conductor James Judd will perform with the Dunedin Symphony Orchestra for the first time next month after Covid-19 scuttled his last attempt to come to the southern city, he tells Rebecca Fox.

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