...The explanation, then second performance of the Tornyai made it much more approachable. Well done! And the Schubert! We came especially to hear it and you were splendid. Many thanks....
(Concertgoer, Palmerston North, 4/10/12)
Monday, May 14, 2012 - 11:13pm

Members of the Aroha Quartet are donating their services to perform a concert in Auckland on 10 June to raise funds for Autism NZ.

The programme for the concert, to be held at All Saints Church in Howick at 3pm, contains three wonderful works: Haydn's "Sunrise" Quartet, a dramatic arrangement of a traditional Chinese work "The White Haired Girl", and Debussy's sublime Quartet.

Aroha's first violinist Haihong Liu says "There's a real need in the community for the services Autism NZ provides. We hope that people will come along to this concert to hear some great music and support a great cause."

Entry to the concert is by a donation to Autism NZ of $25 ($50 families).