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explore the wonder, the science, and the human perception of outer space

Supertonic is pleased to be returning to Hannah Playhouse to present its second concert of 2018. 

With Space, Supertonic will explore the wonder, the science, and the human perception of outer space, including ethereal music about the stars, the Voyager 1 space probe, and a Māori legend about the creation of the Milky Way. The centrepiece for this concert will be the collaboration with Wellington-based atmospheric rock band Elim, where together the choir and band will create a ‘concept album’ based on the chapters of the late Stephen Hawking’s book A Brief History of Time: a sonic representation of the universe’s creation and the fabric of reality. As well as the incredible music, Space will feature a strong multimedia visual element to transport the audience even further into the depths of the unknown.


  • Sunday 16 September, 6.30pm

Prices*: Adult $25.00; Student (with ID) $20.00; Senior Citizen (65+) $20.00. *Service fees may apply. 

Performance length: to be advised (incl. interval). Latecomers will be seated when appropriate. Seating options to be advised. 


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Supertonic is a 56-strong Wellington based choir for singers in their 20s and 30s known for its innovative and no-compromise concerts: explorations of endangered languages music written in imprisonment, rock spectacular tribute concerts featuring the music of Queen, Fleetwood Mac and David Bowie, and a collaboration with a musical theatre troupe, among many other exciting performances.