NZ Barok’s response to Corona virus (COVID-19): The health and welfare of our audience, musicians and communities is of the utmost importance to NZ Barok. We are monitoring and managing any potential risks, and updating our procedures as needed.
Please note: Subscriptions have been extended to 1st September 2020.
Corban “4” Quartets will be postponed to Sunday 9th August at 2pm. iTICKET will be in touch directly. If you are unable to or prefer not to use your tickets for this concert, you will receive a full refund. Corban “3” Trios will be shifted to Sunday 8th November at 2pm, and Corban “2” Duos to Sunday 20th December 20th at 2pm. However if circumstances change or directives are received this may change. We thank you all for your support.
NZ Barok has chosen to cancel its Viva Vivaldi! and Hark, Sweet Music concerts at St George’s Presbyterian Church, Takapuna on Fri 1 May and Fri 2nd October 2020 respectively. iTICKET will be in touch directly. If you are unable to or prefer not to move your subscription to Hark, Sweet Music 3-4 Oct 2020 and Viva Vivaldi! 1-2 May 2021 at St. Luke’s Church in Remuera you are entitled to receive a full refund.
NZ Barok has chosen to postpone the Viva Vivaldi concerts at St. Luke’s Church currently 2-3 May 2020 until 1-2 May 2021. However if circumstances change or directives are received this may change. iTICKET will be in touch directly. We’d appreciate you considering changing your 2020 subscription to Hark, Sweet Music 3-4 Oct 2020 and Viva Vivald! 1-2 May 2021. If you are unable to or prefer not to you will receive a full refund. Thank you for your ongoing support of NZ Barok.
NZ Barok has chosen to cancel its Baby Baroque Free Kids’ Concerts 17-19 July 2020 (Massey, Remuera, Takapuna, Pakuranga, Otara, Tauranga and Hamilton). We will have to assess the financial impact of current events on our ability to offer these concerts in 2021. We thank you all for your understanding and support.
NZ Barok is New Zealand’s only period instrument orchestra.
Comprising leading baroque specialists from all over New Zealand, NZ Barok performs using instruments and playing styles of the period, breathing fresh life and vitality into baroque and classical masterpieces and lesser-known musical treasures from the 18th century.
“…authentic, classy and spirited performances…I certainly look forward to any future opportunities to hear NZ Barok.” Tony Ryan, RNZ Concert
“NZ Barok are a revelation…the distinctive sound of their authentic instruments in perfect balance” Theatre Review
Read more about NZ Barok on Te Ara – The Encyclopedia of New Zealand