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Students performing at Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament

"Burnside High School musicians performing "A Dandelion Day" by student Heather Dunford (not pictured). The musicians are practising at the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament ahead of a performance...

Date 1976-09-29
Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection 1976 Christchurch Star photographs

Children dancing at Spring's Here Festival

From left: Joanna Stilton, 3, Kate Cory, 4, Linda Mahar, 4, Joanne Haddock, 4, and Emma Pasco, 3, dancing to the music of 'Beyond a Joke'.

Date 1983-09-09
Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection 1983 Christchurch Star photographs

Polynesian Performing Arts Centre

Performer Joe Tamaira (left) with band members (from left) Jon Wallace, Keri Marriner, Steven Days and Bonnie Kaukau at the Polynesian Performing Arts Centre. The centre is part of the Polynesian...

Date 1987-10-31
Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection 1987 Christchurch Star photographs

Starlets Christmas Party

Scenes of performers on stage with a crowd of children looking on at the "Christchurch Star" annual starlets Christmas party in Abberley Park, St Albans. Frames three to five are of Country and...

Date 1969-12-13
Format Negative
Resource Type Image
Collection 1969 Christchurch Star negative strips

Starlets Christmas Party

A large crowd of children waving during the "Christchurch Star" annual starlets Christmas party in Abberley Park. Frame four shows a performer on stage during the party.

Date 1969-12-13
Format Negative
Resource Type Image
Collection 1969 Christchurch Star negative strips

Starlets Christmas Party

Scenes of crowds of children and families attending the "Christchurch Star" annual starlets Christmas party in Abberley Park. Frame two shows performers on stage during the party.

Date 1969-12-13
Format Negative
Resource Type Image
Collection 1969 Christchurch Star negative strips

Ibson Family, Dix Company, June 1905

Three women and two men in canoes, known as the Ibson Family of Musicans of Dix Gaiety Company on the Avon River. The Botanic Gardens footbridge and another boater is in the background.

Date unspecified day in 1905-06
Format Glass plate negative
Resource Type Image
Collection Samuel Anstey collection

Excelsior Piano Accordion Band

Excelsior Piano Accordion Band. Bought at a market years aged. Could be connected to the Excelsior Tavern? All in a great mood except the lady in black.

Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection 2016 Photo Hunt

Dr Chas. Harriss's British Empire Musical Festival Orchestra

Newspaper caption: This photograph is published at the request of the Choir, who had it taken in order that they might present Herr Wieleart with an autographed copy in memory of the very pleasant...

Date 1911
Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection Weekly Press

Strumming on the roof

Susan Piper, wearing a shawl and hat, playing guitar on a rooftop in New Regent Street. "Roof tops of New Regent Street, Christchurch. Susan Quirk is the guitarist." - Contributor's note.

Date 1971-04-08
Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection 2008 Photo Hunt

The Christchurch Banjo, Mandoline and Guitar Orchestra, 1907.

Pictured (Left to Right) are: Back Row - Mr W.B. Robinson, Mr J. Watkin (Secretary), Mr Roach, Mr Hough, Mr A.W. Winston, Mrs D. Harrison, Mr A. Sey, Mr J. Prinsep. Second Row - Mr W. Woods, Mr B...

Date 1907
Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection 2013 Photo Hunt

Defyd Williams

Defyd Williams, the musical director of the Canterbury Regimental Band.

Date 1980 (year approximate)
Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection 2020 Photo Hunt

Percussionist Gary Brain setting up instruments

Gary Brain, percussionist with “Music Players 70”, setting up musical instruments for a performance of a work by Karlheinze Stockhausen.

Date 1970-09-21
Format Negative
Resource Type Image
Collection 1970 Christchurch Star negative strips

Miss M. C. Barker, a promising young Christchurch musician

Newspaper caption: Young Christchurch musician, Miss Barker, frequently played with the Exhibition orchestra, as a harpist.

Date 1907
Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection Canterbury Times