Night at the Museum ft Huia Hamon 3rd July

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The Rogue Stage Presents: Night at the Museum

3 rd July 2016 – 6.30pm

Featuring award winning bilingual NZ artist

Huia Hamon

Huia’s performances incorporates electronic beats, organic percussion with live guitars and deep harmonies. She has an easy sound with conscious lyrical content.

Huia celebrates a vast musical journey singing with various artists and at festivals such as Waiheke Jazz Fest, Splore, Matariki Festival, Sundaise Festival, Oratia Jungle Festival, Mihirangiʻs Somebody Shake The Tree Tourʻ, The Body Arts Awards,  Parihaka, The Big Day Out, Rhythm n Vines and Pao Pao Pao.

Raised in Rotorua, she is familiar with the local landscape and through her music she entwines that which is dear to her: mother nature, family, friendships and tradition. Huia is based in Auckland where she successfully spends her time devoted to her family, her art career, music and mentoring young and upcoming talent. Together with husband, Chris Chetland, they own and manage Kog Studios – a recording and mastering studio, working with many high profile NZ artists such as Maisey Rika, Ahoribuzz, Jakob (Winner of the Taite Prize 2014 for best album) and JGeeks.

Huia received high acclaim for her first release, appearing on Good Morning TV3 and recipient of the ART Venture Award 2015. Exclusive to Rotorua audience, Huia will be performing tracks from her newly released album, Ata – a journey through Huia’s favourite music styles with reggae and dub beats by House of Shem and drum and bass by Baitercell.

To lisent and read more about Huia and Ata, please follow this link: www.iamhuia.com

The evening will also include performances by local performers Chris Webber and Jason Hamon. The evening is in conjunction with Te Reo Maori Language Week which is celebrated each year at Rotorua Museum.

Tickets are $30 per adult, $12 per Student and OAP

Available at Rotorua Museum, Musicworks Rotorua and by post // email booking The Rogue Stage – theroguestage@gmail.com

 

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