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The Music of Leonard Cohen - A Commemorative Concert

The Music of Leonard Cohen - A Commemorative Concert

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  • Sat 3 Nov ’18, 7:30pm – 10:00pm


St Andrews on the Terrace, 30 The Terrace, Wellington


All Ages

Imperfect Offering presents a concert of the music of Leonard Cohen. After sell-out performances in 2016, 2017 and 2018 at venues including Q Theatre Auckland and Ascension Wine Estate Matakana, Imperfect Offering bring their spellbinding line-up to Wellington for the first time as part of a North Island tour to commemorate Leonard Cohen. Audiences have been warm in their praise:

"Fantastic night plus a full house and standing ovation. Congrats. It was brilliant"

"Great show. Seamless mix of decades and Peter introduces the songs effortlessly and helps us get a sense of Cohen and his music phases"

"So good for the body and soul - you were all amazing!"

" A rich tapestry of music played by talented musicians"

A full nine-piece band includes vocalists, violin and even balalaika with musicians from all musical backgrounds including jazz, rock and classical. Imperfect Offering featured on TVNZ News on the event of Cohen's death in November 2016 and there has been huge interest to hear his music. Cohen's best-loved songs will be lovingly recreated including "Suzanne", "Bird on the Wire", and his best-known song "Hallelujah" as well as music from his astonishing last album, "You Want It Darker".

This event will be presented at St Andrews on the Terrace, Wellington at 7:30pm on Saturday 3 November 2018.

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