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PIYN: Kevin Mark Trail - Pūnamawa Songwriting Workshop

PIYN: Kevin Mark Trail - Pūnamawa Songwriting Workshop

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When:

  • Sat 7 May ’11, 9:00am – 6:00pm
  • Sun 8 May ’11, 9:00am – 6:00pm

Where:

Western Springs College, 100 Motions Rd, Western Springs Show map

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Free Admission

Related Artists:

Lisa Crawley, Seth Haapu

PIYN: Kevin Mark Trail - Pūnamawa is a free songwriting workshop featuring Kevin Mark Trail, a leading British R&B, soul, reggae and hip hop singer-songwriter. It is open for people aged 12 to 19.

Pūnamawa is hosted by Tama Waipara & music commission industry mentors Maisey Rika, Seth Haapu, Lisa Crawley (solo artists), Fran Kora (Kora), Tonga Vaea and Ben Tapueluelu (Three Houses Down). Instruments & recording facilities available. Thanks to the British Council's PIYN, NZ Music Commission, APRA/AMCOS and Auckland Council.

Register your interest by emailing pumanawaworkshop@yahoo.com.

About PIYN:
The British Council is proud to announce the return of New Zealand’s most innovative music project, People in Your Neighbourhood (PIYN) for 2011. The 2011 project will offer a series of creative expression and technique workshops featuring leading UK artists and musicians, as well as some of NZ’s top creatives and performers. It aims to explore and celebrate the unrecognised artistic and urban talent in all of our neighbourhoods.

From May to July 2011, PIYN will again be hosting UK music and digital media talent in New Zealand. Guests include Pacific Sister and original Pacific Island Renaissance figure Rosanna Raymond, an online music collaboration with The Roundhouse in Camden UK and NZ talent, the visionaries behind Bottletop (UK), and Akala, the man behind the Hip Hop Shakespeare company.

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