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Frequently Asked Questions

There are two easy ways to book tickets for our concerts:

Tickets for concerts at other venues may use a different ticketing agency, but you can always call Auckland Philharmonia Ticketing (09-623-1052) for assistance or advice.

You can read more about the orchestra members and our Music Director if you head to the Meet the Orchestra page. You can also watch videos highlighting some of our principal players in our Meet the Principal series, available to watch on our Watch & Listen page.

There are several eateries in Central Auckland to choose from. To see the range of options check out Heart of the City's Dining Guide.

The Civic Carpark is the closest. Click here for a map of nearby carparks.

Yes. There is lift or ramp access to all levels of the Auckland Town Hall Foyers. Wheelchairs can be accommodated in the Stalls level of the Great Hall. Please advise ticketing staff when booking if you require these positions.

An Induction Loop System is available with full coverage in most seats. Just tune your Hearing Aid to the T Position.

For any questions relating to the Auckland Live venues or patrons services go to www.aucklandlive.co.nz or phone (09) 309 2677.

A series is a set of pre-grouped concerts that you can purchase as a package. For example the New Zealand Herald Premier Series is a set of 12 concerts, all in the Auckland Town Hall at 7.30pm. You can choose to buy all concerts in a series, or just select the ones that appeal to you as part of a choose your own subscription. Again, please contact Auckland Philharmonia Ticketing for advice.

A subscriber is a patron who takes advantage of one of the multi-concert packages available in the Season Brochure. Subscribers get benefits such as a priority booking period and cheaper ticket prices – plus special benefits from several of our sponsors.

See our subscriber benefits here.

Email to request a copy of our latest Season Brochure. Copies of the brochure can also be picked up at Auckland Town Hall, The Civic and the Aotea Centre, plus Auckland public libraries.

Or you can view and download the season brochure online here.

Subscribe to the monthly Auckland Philharmonia E-Newsletter for updates on all that’s happening at the Auckland Philharmonia, plus monthly competitions and ticket offers. Sign up at the bottom of this page.

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The Auckland Philharmonia is a not-for-profit charity organisation and we survive through the passion and support of our audience.

There are many ways you can support the Auckland Philharmonia, from donating through our Annual Appeal or Chair Donor Scheme, becoming a member of the Auckland Philharmonia Friends or simply coming to more of our concerts! Head to our Support the Auckland Philharmonia page to find out more.

You may also like to take the opportunity to use an Auckland Philharmonia concert to do some corporate entertaining. If you are an organisation, you may also like to take the opportunity to become a partner to the Auckland Philharmonia, or to use an Auckland Philharmonia concert to do some corporate entertaining. Head to our Corporate Partnerships page to find out more.

Keep an eye on our Job Opportunities page. All positions, whether they are orchestral or administrative will appear here.

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