New Zealand Music Month comes to Selwyn
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Last modified: 29 Jul 2020 10:41am
Residents can get involved and make some noise with the Christchurch Symphony Orchestra (CSO) every Friday in May.
The orchestra will be bringing a one-hour interactive show, designed for children aged two to six, to all four district libraries, introducing each instrument in the orchestra, and mixing elements of song, stories and dance.
The shows are a great opportunity for children to see the instruments up close and join in. The CSO Music Trails shows will be held at Darfield Library on 3 May, Lincoln Library 10 May, Rolleston Library 17 May and Leeston Library 24 May. A caregiver is required for all children.
If you prefer just to listen, there will be Saturday concerts hosted at each library across the month. Local artists Picking at the Remnants, Moonflower, Alex and Patrick, and Hanna and Connor will be playing acoustic sessions from 11.30am–1pm, including breaks. All Music Month events in Selwyn are free, with no bookings required, however spaces are limited. See selwynlibraries.co.nz for more details.