Best Folk Artist 2019 – Nominations Now Open

Nominations are open for the 2019 Best Folk Artist. The Auckland Folk Festival is New Zealand’s largest folk music and dance festival. Come and celebrate the 46th annual festival at the Kumeu Showgrounds on Auckland Anniversary Weekend.  With international guest artists, musicians from around

Diverse line-up of finalists for the 2018 Vodafone NZ Music Awards

Four groups share the prestige of having the most Tui nods at the 2018 Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards. Beloved Kiwi group Six60 will be looking to add to their trophy cabinet which already hosts nine Tui. After releasing their third self-titled album earlier this year, and  recently announced as

He whakamihi i ngā ringapuoro pūharu Māori i Ngā Tohu Puoro o Aote...

Kua eke a Alien Weaponry, Troy Kingi me Katchafire ki te whiringa toa o Ngā Tohu Puoro o Aotearoa 2018, mo te taonga Ringapuoro Māori a Te Māngai Pāho. I tauhouanga nei ka kaha kitea te whakarauoratanga o te reo Māori i ngā mahi a te rēhia, i whakarae anō hoki te ahurea Māori i ēnei tokān

Aotearoa’s most inspiring music teachers recognised with Tui nod

Recorded Music New Zealand today announces the three finalists for the inaugural Music Teacher of the Year Tui, with each being recognised for their incredible impact on their students and the local community. Elizabeth Sneyd from Porirua’s Virtuoso Strings Charitable Trust, Jane Egan from Gisborn

Music Awards 2018 launch includes new Dick Frizzell Tui design

Stan Walker and Kanoa Lloyd set to host event on 15 November at Spark Arena. Recorded Music New Zealand has revealed the new direction of the Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards with a rejuvenated programme of build-up events and a new Tui trophy designed by renowned artist Dick Frizzell. The new look

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International music producers to front world class seminars

Producer Series returns as part of Recorded Music NZ Tui Music Series. The third New Zealand Music Producer Series will be held in Auckland from 30 October to 10 November. Presented by Recorded Music New Zealand and curated by producer Greg Haver with support from NZ On Air, APRA AMCOS NZ, SAE Auckl

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