Sarah Lyttle

Rare violin gifted

By PHILIP CHANDLER Queenstown's music school’s been gifted a rare violin that’s sat in an Auckland wardrobe for about 50 years. A copy of a 1736 Stradivarius, labelled an ‘Antonius Stradiuarius’, it was made in Cremona, northern Italy, in the 1800s. Part-time...
By PHILIP CHANDLER The baton’s been passed on at Queenstown’s music school. Sarah Lyttle is the first general manager of the Turn Up The Music Trust, replacing administrator Sue Marshall, who’s now become a trustee. Lyttle — a Queenstown Jazz Orchestra saxophonist...
Mark Twain wrote about Huckleberry Finn's adventures on the Mississippi River. His modern-day counterparts, Queenstowners Sarah and Jeremy Lyttle, recently rafted from Arthurs Point to the east coast. They discuss their adventures, in conjunction with their pet dog, with Philip Chandler Not many people can say they've...
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