Garcia continued to compose, arrange for singers and conduct much of his original music with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra.
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The Finnish conductor Pietari Inkinen continues his excellent Sibelius series with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, with the blazing 2nd symphony and the popular Karelia Suite, and Jane Glower completes the equally a fine series of Haydn masses with the Theresienmesse, where she conducts the Trinity choir and Rebel Baroque Orchestra of New York.
They met four years ago in New Zealand while he was on tour and she was playing in the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra.
The concerto was also previously performed this February in Wellington, New Zealand, by the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra as part of the Asia Pacific Festival, and in June in Poland by the Koszalin Philharmonic.
Plunket dad and New Zealand Symphony Orchestra (NZSO) sub-principal trumpeter Mark garter and his two-year-old Benjamin on trombone rehearse this month's performance of These Arms to Hold You.
Career highlights include performances with the London Symphony (Barbican Centre), National Symphony (Kennedy Center), Houston, Chautauqua, New Zealand Symphony Orchestras, all the major Spanish and Latin American orchestras, recitals in London's Queen Elizabeth and Wigmore Halls, Salle Gaveau (Paris), 92nd Street Y (NewYork) and the Musikverein (Vienna).
It's actually a subtle, delicately scored tone poem that is not only evocative - the opening horn and trumpet calls and string writing strangely reminiscent of Sibelius - but extremely beautiful, and played here with loving care and tonal lustre by the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra under James Judd.