2022 Subscriptions are open! Buy an annual subscription with us, and get all five concerts for a discounted rate, plus exclusive subscriber benefits and invitations. Select your favourite seat (in the Town Hall) and keep it all year, receive free programmes, attend an exclusive rehearsal before the concert, and join us for a celebration after the last concert of the year! Subscriptions will close on Sunday 13 March.

You can subscribe online here.

Annual Subscription Prices (early bird offer has closed for 2022)
Adults: $279 (regular)
Seniors: $239 (regular)

Do you have any questions? Contact us, we would be happy to assist you.

Concert Dates 2022

Saturday, 26 March 2022, 8pm, St. Matthew-in-the-City, Opera Gala
Sunday, 27 March 2022, 3pm, St. Matthew-in-the-City, Opera Gala
Sunday, 10 April, 5pm, Auckland Town Hall, Requiem (Schumann) and Concerto de Aranjuez (Rodrigo)
Sunday, 3 July, 5pm, Auckland Town Hall, Samson (Handel)
Sunday, 18 September, 5pm, Auckland Town Hall, Requiem (Duruflé), Tolnay, and Piazzolla
Sunday, 11 December, 5pm, Auckland Town Hall, Bach’s Magnificat, Violin Concerto in E, and Flute Concerto

For more information, have a look at our Brochure for 2022

Subscriber Seat Selection

For the Town Hall concerts, some people like to sit in the Stalls, some in the Circle. In the Stalls, some people like to sit close to the Stage, while others feel the sound is better further down the hall. We’re pleased to be able to allow subscribers to decide where they want to sit in the Town Hall.

Subscribers are invited to look at the seating chart of the Town Hall and select at least the general area in which they would like to sit: For example, please select either the Stalls (main floor) or the Circle. If you have already submitted a subscription request, just email us to let us know if you have a seating preference. We will try to honour your selection as closely as possible.

We think that the best seats are

  • Stalls – Rows A-N, seats 14-17 and 18-21 (4 seats on either side of the aisle). Remember that in front of row A there are usually four other rows which are not considered the “Premium” seats, since they are so close to the stage. Thus row A is generally the 5th row.
  • Circle – Section D
  • Circle – Row J

We are holding these seats for subscribers until a few weeks before the first concert, and we will place subscribers in one of these places unless you request somewhere else.




The balcony is not available for any of our concerts.