Lorde (Ella Yelich-O'Connor) performs to a packed crowd at Horncastle Arena during the Christchurch leg of her first New Zealand tour.
Band rotundas were built in many public spaces across Christchurch to create permanent outdoor locations for the numerous bands to play in and to help to project their music into the surrounding area...
Remember that band from your high school? You might find them here in this selection of photographs from our collection. Christchurch has produced many musicians, including some who turned their...
Members of the New Zealand Community Trust Woolston Brass band performing outdoors.
Views of The Female Intrusion, an all female pop band.
Views of the members of the band, Section (Sandy Inglis, Paul Lewis and Dale Avery).
Portraits of Barbara Kirby-Mason, lecturer of music and broadcaster.
View of crowds at the Little River Band concert held at Queen Elizabeth II Park. The Little River Band were supporting Willie Nelson during his tour.
Philip Oldfield holds a ticket for Sweetwaters South music festival. The queue stretches behind him.
Views of New Zealand Broadcasting Corporation (N.Z.B.C) taping an open-air folk music concert by CHTV3 producer Peter Muxlow in the Band Rotunda in Hagley Park.
Views of N.Z.B.C taping an open-air folk music concert by CHTV3 producer Peter Muxlow in the Band Rotunda in Hagley Park.
Grant McDonagh of South Edge Tapes Co-operative, a confederation of small Christchurch independent recording labels.
The NZ music group at Linwood Intermediate School singing with Wati Heremaia, playing a guitar, in a classroom.
Felicity Williams, the 1988 New Zealand Composer for schools, dancing with students from Elmwood School as part of a programme to increase creativity through music in schools.
Members of the City of Christchurch Ladies Highland Pipe Band competing at a "C" grade contest in Timaru /5th/6th March 1955. There are no ladies pipe bands left in New Zealand now.
Members of the Hornby High School Band Outer Control, ahead of a performance at Rock Quest '89 at the Theatre Royal. Band, from left, Glen Teasdale, Bob Kennedy, Kate Hewson, Clinton Harris, Pearl...
Views of the Gospel Folk Group of the Youth for Christ called Certain Sounds at Christchurch Boys High School.
Views of British musician John Mayall with his wife Nancy at the Christchurch Airport.
Putter Smith, actor and musician.
Christchurch Schools Music Festival in the Town Hall.
The general choir, the special senior choir, and the youth orchestra at the Christchurch Schools Music Festival in the town hall.
Elizabeth Jordan of Catholic Cathedral College playing a bassoon as part of an orchestra at Christchurch Town Hall.
Performance of the Christchurch Symphony at Christchurch Town Hall. Orchestra members are playing string, brass and wind instruments.