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45th International Viola Congress Rotterdam
44th International Viola Congress Wellington
Orchestra Wellington and Te Vaka
Orchestra Wellington
Orchestra Wellington
Orchestra Wellington
Orchestra Wellington
Orchestra Wellington
Bonobo
44th International Viola Congress Wellington
44th International Viola Congress Wellington
Dunedin Symphony Orchestra
Orchestra Wellington
Orchestra Wellington
CubaDupa 2018
Dunedin Symphony Orchestra
Orchestra Wellington
Troubadour Quartet CMNZ
Troubadour Quartet
Troubadour Quartet
Troubadour Quartet
Troubadour Quartet
Troubadour Quartet
Orchestra Wellington
Sarasota Youth Philharmonic at Carnegie Hall
New York Fashion Week - Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week
Italy
Recovering Forbidden Voices Conference
Senior Recital at FSU
Orchestra Wellington
NZSO NYO
Nick Granville Group with String Quartet
MMus recital with Donald Maurice and John Psathas
ANZVS Viola Convention in Gosford
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News & Reviews

10 Questions: Elyse Dalabakis

New Zealand String Quartet
April 25, 2018

"Our new Marketing Administrator, Elyse Dalabakis, talks about her background in the USA and moving to NZ, her experience as an active violist and performance scholar, juggling her busy lifestyle and what she enjoys most about her new role with the New Zealand String Quartet."

Review: The Troubadour Quartet

Rotorua Daily Post, Hanno Fairburn
July 17, 2017

"This performance by the newly-formed string quartet was the first of a four-concert tour, and it was immediately apparent that they would live up to their name as a group of wandering minstrels who entertained arrestingly."

Love for Viola

From RNZ's Upbeat, 1:00 pm
January 25 2017

New Zealand plays host to the 44th International Viola Congress this September. Organiser Donald Maurice and congress manager Elyse Dalabakis explain why they’ve decided to bring it to Wellington. The Congress is usually held in Europe and aims to promote the often neglected instrument. One of the visiting guests will be star Russian-Italian violist Anna Serova.

Viola central to an interesting programme of student performances from three centuries

By Rosemary Collier
May 25, 2016

"...the dark, mellow tone of Elyse Dalabakis’s in the Bruch work... both musicians brought off a difficult work in fine style."

 

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