Solo Recital, Music Centre Chapel

Christchurch, October 25, 2000; Reviewed by David Sell, The Press

". . . intensely musical, stylish and absorbing".

Giverny Trio; Christopher’s Classics, Arts Centre Christchurch

September 17, 2003. Reviewed by Ian Dando, The Christchurch Star.

Best of 2003: Best chamber music was the unusual combo of the Giverny Trio of harp (Helen Webby), flute and viola in Debussy’s Sonata and a new work by Gubaidulina.
"This meaty programme was one of the best kept secrets of Christopher’s Classic series. This was a demanding programme, especially for Helen Webby who played superbly throughout the entire evening. The Christchurch Symphony and Christchurch are lucky to have such an outstanding harpist".   

Giverny Trio at the Great Hall

Sep 17, 2003; Reviewed by Rachel Hawkey, The Press.

" This chamber series’ commitment to high standards was surely upheld in this concert. Exceptional musicianship was consistently underlined in attention to dynamic details, beautiful shaping of phrases and effortless fluency. The three instruments were true equals, perfectly balanced and closely interwoven".

Christchurch Symphony Classics 1.

James Hay Theatre, April 7, 2000; Reviewed by David Sell, The Press

"The performance from Tony Ferner and Helen Webby of the Mozart Concerto for Flute and Harp was a winner. . . . . in harpist Helen Webby, Christchurch Symphony has a wonderful asset. She is highly musical, responsive and positive".  

Christchurch Symphony Classics 3.

Aurora Centre, May 11, 2002; Reviewed by Ian Dando, Christchurch Star

"Sparkling serving of rare musical treats . . . . Helen Webby transformed the Harp Concerto by Dittersdorf in to a sparkling rivulet rippling through a parched paddock".

Christchurch Symphony Classics 3.

Aurora Centre, May 11, 2002; Reviewed by Rachel Hawkey, The Press

"Elegance, grace from Symphony . . . . Helen Webby, harpist with the CS, was the soloist in Dittersdorf’s seldom heard Harp Concerto. A graceful, pretty work, it was an excellent showpiece for Webby’s finely judged playing.

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