New Zealand String Quartet – Wings, Warbles & Wondrous Weather: A Musical Adventure

The New Zealand String Quartet is back to Te Papa with a new performance dedicated to nature's sounds, to celebrate International Earth Day. 

When | Āhea

Mon 22 Apr, 10:30am to 12.45pm

Where | Ki hea

Rongomaraeroa, our marae, Level 4 

Cost | Te utu

Free event

The New Zealand String Quartet takes to the stage once more with popular children’s entertainer Chris Lam Sam to celebrate Earth Day 2024 with music inspired by nature.

Echoing the distinctive sounds of Aotearoa’s native birdlife, to mimicking the flight of the bumblebee, this concert will encourage children to explore the wonder of nature via the medium of music. This highly engaging 40-minute performance has been created with primary school-aged tamariki in mind and guarantees to have something the whole whānau can enjoy.

  • Show #1: 10:30am - 11.15am

  • Show #2: 12:00pm - 12.45pm

Chris Lam Sam appears courtesy of the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra.

Imagery and resources kindly supplied by Zealandia. 

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