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NZSO celebrates 75th birthday on 6 March with special streaming event

The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra celebrates its 75th birthday on Sunday 6 March with a special selection of videos and more for everyone to enjoy.

Creative NZ funding offering boost for district arts projects

Waikato District’s Creative Communities Scheme (CCS) is seeking applications, until noon on 14 March, from local individuals or groups that need financial support towards creative and performing arts projects.

Strong engagement from New Zealanders with Public Interest Journalism

Local audiences are solidly engaging with NZ On Air funded Public Interest Journalism (PIJF), according to NZ On Air’s first PIJF tracking snapshot.

Social influencer wins big for Maori Television

A social media influencer has taken TV Personality of the Year at the NZTV Awards.

Nicola (Nix) Adams transitioned to television through Terei Tonight on Whakaata Māori, co-hosting the popular show with Pio Terei.

Internationally renowned New Zealand conductor Gemma New joins NZSO

New Zealander Gemma New, in demand by orchestras around the world, has been appointed Artistic Advisor and Principal Conductor of the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra Te Tira PÅ«oro o Aotearoa.

C ARTS international digital online performance programme comes to Fringe

The award-winning C ARTS digital online programme of performance and creative work comes to the New Zealand Fringe, Pōneke (Wellington), in 2022, with a handpicked selection from the full C ARTS programme of over 50 shows.

Late mayor's awards 'honour community for excellent work'

Arts Inc. Heretaunga has taken out the Supreme Award in the Landmarks Trust Awards 2021, announced last week.

The awards are held every two years and include five categories: public art works, fine architecture, landscape, history and façade enhancements.

Fighting Chance: Personal journeys into the world of MMA - on Maori television!

Following the transformation of a group of 14 everyday people on a 20-week journey to their first mixed-martial arts fight, FIGHTING CHANCE premieres on Māori Television on Tuesday 1 March 2022 at 9.30 PM and Māori+ at 7.00 PM.

Rags are Riches: Accessible fashion for rangatahi - on Maori plus

Making high fashion accessible mō katoa - for all - is the big promise of RAGS ARE RICHES, a six part digital series premiering on Māori+ from 7.00 PM 28 February 2022 with each subsequent episode screening at 7.00 PM each day thereafter.

Announcing Recorded Music New Zealand’s new CEO Jo Oliver

The Recorded Music New Zealand Board is pleased to announce Jo Oliver as the organisation’s new CEO, following the departure of longstanding CEO Damian Vaughan.