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Musicnet Summary to 29 October 2016

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By MartinEmo

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Kia ora tātou,

 

The 2017 Hook Line and Sing Along Competition was launched last week. This is the eighth year of the successful collaboration of MENZA, MusicWorks and the NZ Music Commission.  The prize includes a $1000 travel grant to record it at the Roundhead Studios in AKL. So no excuses for those outside of Auckland!

 

These has been used as a great project to keep your students focused and engaged with a real-world goal in the last term. The website includes all of the previous winners to help provide some inspiration.  

 
 

Summary to 29 October 2016 (This is a two-week summary as I’ve been sick)

 

General (for all Music Levels)

 

Primary  

 

Intermediate/Lower Secondary  

 

Secondary

 

Professional Development/Concerts/Competitions

 
 

Positions

 

For Sale

 

As always, this summary will be uploaded to the Musicnet VLN Blog and our Twitter feed @ArtsOnline1. To access any of the threads on the Arts Online website archive simply type the username “artsonline” and the password “mailinglist” to do this.

 

Martin Emo

Teacher in Charge of Music, HOD Performing Arts

TKI Arts Online Community Facilitator – Musicnet

Music Education New Zealand Aotearoa Board Member (MENZA)

EDNet Music Technology Mentor Australasia

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