Celebrate Music of the Month in an unmissable series of free, live music events in our Atrium.
Music of the Month is programmed as part of Ever Present: First Peoples Art of Australia, a series of upcoming performances which strive to build connections between our neighbouring Indigenous creative cultures.
Don't miss this extraordinary opportunity to experience visual art and soul-stirring music together – book your spot today. Join us as we embark on a journey of cultural exploration, celebration and connection at Ever Present: First Peoples Art of Australia.
- North Atrium
Pan Moana Group
A dynamic reflection of the bubbling wai (waters) underneath the streets of Tāmaki Makaurau, Pan Moana Group draws forth a swirling brew of taonga puoro, (traditional Māori musical instruments) kaleidoscopic modular synthesis, earth-shaking drums and future-poised instrumental combinations and approaches.
This iteration of Pan Moana Group consists of a breathtaking array of local musicians: Abigail Aroha Jensen, Leafa Krause, Eamon Edmundson-Wells, Sione Faletau, Salvador Brown, Parks, Rāhana Tito-Taylor and Navākatoa Tekela-Pule, offering a lively concoction of Tāmaki Makaurau / Pan-Moana sound to resonate with.
Playing to mark the final day of the remarkable Ever Present: First Peoples Art of Australia exhibition, Pan Moana Group say they are looking forward to speaking to their tuakana (elder siblings) from across the ditch, and the works they have brought to Tāmaki Makaurau for us to ponder.
Tickets are free, but in limited supply. Be sure to book your place without delay!
Image credit: Courtesy of the artist.