Visit the home of the South Island's 3rd largest public art museum. Established in 1956 in the house called Aigantighe (pronounced 'egg and tie") which in Scottish Gaelic means 'at home'. Goldie, van der Velden and Colin McCahon.
After much demand, cellist Paul Lee and pianist Rachel Song will be joining forces to bring a concert full of musical adventure. They will be performing works by composers from all around the globe and introduce audiences to a variety of cultures and ... Start Date: End Date: Venue: Aigantighe Art Gallery - Timaru, South CanterburyDistance: 1.4 KM from Timaru
Experience the magic of male voices, the joy of mixed choirs to the sounds of big jazz band The New Zealand Male Choir is performing with the Mountainview High School Jazz Band and the Waimate Community Choir in the Mountainview High School ... Start Date: End Date: Venue: Mountainview High School - Timaru, South CanterburyDistance: 4.7 KM from Timaru
The National Youth Pipe Band of New Zealand is a high performance band of 50 young bagpipers and drummers from all over New Zealand. They meet 3-4 times per year for intensive training and rehearsals to prepare them for concert and festival ... Start Date: End Date: Venue: Mountainview High School - Timaru, South CanterburyDistance: 4.7 KM from Timaru