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Music Performances

SQUIRE, TABEA; Reto Doble for scordatura violin and viola; performed by Tabea Squire and Gregory Squire.

Traditional Scottish Pibroch Macintosh's Lament; performed by Gregory Squire (Baroque violin) during New Zealand wide COVID-19 lockdown, livestreamed on NZSO platform, April 2020.

LILBURN, DOUGLAS; Three Canzonettas for Violin and Viola; performed by Gregory Squire (violin) and Lyndsay Mountfort (viola), March 2018.

BACH, JOHANN SEBASTIAN; Brandenburg Concerto No.6 in B flat major, BWV1051; performed by Gregory Squire and Belinda Veitch (violas), Robert Oliver and Imogen Granwal (viole da gamba), Andrew Joyce (cello), Joan Perarnau Garriga (double bass), and Douglas Mews (harpsichord); August 2017.

BARTOK Duos for Two Violas, performed by Alice McIvor and Gregory Squire, August 2015.

SCHUBERT Sonatina in D for violin and piano D. 384, performed by Douglas Mews (piano) and Gregory Squire (violin), December 2014.

GRIEG Romanza performed by Hawke’s Bay Orchestra featuring Jose Aparicio (flute) and Gregory Squire (violin/ conductor), December 2013.

CACCINI Ave Maria performed by Hawke’s Bay Orchestra featuring Paula Sugden (cello), Sharon Callaghan (viola), and Gregory Squire (violin/ conductor), December 2013.

Talks & Workshops

Gregory Squire greeted the audience at the opening of a New Zealand Symphony Orchestra concert, 27 October 2017. Do pardon the tongue in cheek.

Gregory Squire gave a pre-concert talk for "Schumann & Barber" by the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra featuring cellist Daniel Müller-Schott, June 2017.

Brahms, Tragic Overture
Schumann, Cello Concerto in A minor
Barber, Adagio for Strings
Barber, Symphony No. 1

Gregory Squire delivered a pre-concert talk "Bold Worlds" by the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra with violinist Anne Akiko Meyers, October 2016.


Steve Reich, Three Movements

Mason Bates, Violin Concerto

Antonin Dvorak, Symphony No. 9

Or-ches-trate! Outreach

Or-ches-trate! Irongate School photo slideshow, accompanied by Waiata and Haka by Irongate School Whānau. Photography by Shayne Jeffares, co-founder of the charitable trust Foto iwi, whose vision is "to see young people inspired through creativity and through this a positive influence for their community and those around them". September 2020.

Or-ches-trate! Irongate School plays Tūtira Mai Ngā Iwi by Wi Huata, September 2020.

Or-ches-trate! Irongate School plays Zui Zui Zukkorobashi arr. Yoshiko Tsuruta, September 2020.

Or-ches-trate! Irongate School plays Rain Dance arranged by Yoshiko Tsuruta, featuring pūrerehua, traditional Māori bullroarer, and body percussion by Irongate School Whānau. September 2020.

Or-ches-trate! Irongate School plays Tico-Tico no Fubá by Zequinha de Abreu, arranged by Gregory Squire, September 2020.

Meet Or-ches-trate! Irongate School - introductions followed by Fiddle Time Joggers, September 2020.

Hawke’s Bay Or-ches-trate plays William Tells All (William Tell Overture rearranged), December 2015.

Hawke’s Bay Or-ches-trate plays Luck of the Irish featuring Teddy Bear’s Picnic and The Gumboot Song, December 2015.

Hawke’s Bay Or-ches-trate plays Finale in C by Haydn, December 2014.


Hawke’s Bay Or-ches-trate plays Toot-aly Olivia, December 2014.


Hawke’s Bay Or-ches-trate plays Drowsy Milly, December 2014.


Hawke’s Bay Or-ches-trate plays Where’s Amaris?, April 2014.


Hawke’s Bay Or-ches-trate plays Greek Tunes, December 2013.

Hawke’s Bay Or-ches-trate plays Scottish Swirls by Eriuqs Yrogerg, December 2013.

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