Tēnā koutou ki aku tauira o te ao puoro. He mihi nui ki a koutou. He mihi tautoko hoki mō ō koutou mahi i a ra, i a ra, kia tipu ai ō koutou pukenga waiata, ō koutou pukenga taonga puoro, ō koutou pukenga tito waiata hoki.
Welcome to all my music students and my warm greetings to you all. I offer you my continued support in your daily work to develop your singing, your instrumental practice and your songwriting skills.
My next journey north from the Kapiti Coast will be on the following dates :
12th November – Sunday – Palmerston North – Creativity & Songwriting workshop
14/15 November- Tuesday/ Wednesday – Auckland
16th November – Thursday – Whangarei
17th November – Friday – Dargaville
18th November – Saturday – Matakana
19/20 November – Sunday/ Monday – Auckland
3rd December – Sunday – Paekakariki – Creativity & Songwriting workshop
I’d love to see as many of you as possible, please do get in touch asap if you’d like to schedule a session.
I have been offered the opportunity to bring subsidised Creativity & Music workshops to two distinct communities through two successful Creative Communities grants.
Palmerston North – Sunday November 12th $20 11am-5pm
Paekakariki – Sunday December 3rd. $10 11am – 5pm
Please share the word to your friends in these communities so they can take advantage of these very special prices.
My year of travelling up and down Te Ika o Maui / The North Island is drawing to a close and I am yet to see where I will be drawn to settle for 2018. It’s been an amazing year of learning for me as I have been on the journey of discovering Te Reo Maori / Maori Language, and finding people and places where I can use this beautiful language, thoughts and ideas in my day to day life.
I will be travelling to Australia for the New Years Period to play with Matiu Te Yuki in his band My Golden Soul at Woodford Festival. I’ll also be playing and offering Creativity&Music ‘taster workshops’ at Voices of Sacred Earth Festival in Auckland in March.
I look forward to hearing from you : email firstname.lastname@example.org or text 021 946 399.
( photo by Melanie Shaw )