Nurturing young musical talent

Last updated 05:00 20/11/2012
Music workshop
JIM CHIPP

Musical future: Singer/songwriter Ria Hall with students from Te Ara Whanui Kaupapa Maori school Sianne Dougherty, left, Kahurangi Rangiaho-Katipa and Michaela Biddle on guitar. On the piano is Jelisa Bowden of Makoura College, Masterton.

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Some of Wellington's top musicians spent a day mentoring the next generation of musicians and song-writers.

Last week about 80 year-10 pupils from schools around the region took part in workshops run by Ria Hall, Rio Hemopo and Riki Gooch, Lisa Tomlins and Tyna Keelan tat the New Zealand School of Music.

Hemopo and Gooch are member of Trinity Roots.

Hall has performed with Trinity Roots, Eru Dangerspiel and Hollie Smith, but achieved widespread exposure for her inspired performance in the Rugby World Cup opening ceremony last year.

Tomlins has also worked with Trinity Roots and Hollie Smith, as well with Shapeshifter and Fat Freddy's Drop.\

Meanwhile, Tyna Keelan has worked with Native Sons, Dubious Brothers and Chris Marco.

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- Hutt News

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