Dear NZ Barok Subscribers and ticket holders,
The health and welfare of our audience, musicians and communities is of the utmost importance to NZ Barok. As a result of the current Covid-19 lockdown in Auckland, NZ Barok has decided to postpone the Hark, Sweet Music concerts Saturday 2nd & Sunday 3rd October 2021 at St. Luke’s Church, Remuera, Auckland until Saturday 13th & Sunday 14th November 2021.
iTICKET will contact you soon. We hope you will be happy to have your subscription/concert tickets transferred to Saturday 13th & Sunday 14th November 2021. You will be automatically transferred into the day of the week (Saturday or Sunday) you had booked by iTICKET. If you are unable to attend or prefer not to attend you will receive a partial refund of your subscription, or if you choose to, we would like to offer you the opportunity to gift-back a portion of your refund to NZ Barok. Please let iTICKET know if you would like to do this instead of receiving a refund. Please note that refunds are limited to the ticket value, and any booking or transaction fee is non-recoverable.
On behalf of iTICKET and NZ Barok, we thank you for your ongoing support, and we apologise for any inconvenience caused. Nga mihi Helen Brinkman on behalf of NZ Barok: New Zealand’s Baroque Orchestra and the iTICKET Customer Support team.
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.
NZ Barok now has its own Youtube channel! This has been made possible with support from Creative New Zealand Toi Aotearoa and Radio New Zealand Concert.
“…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