Taane Mete: Pōhutukawa
Mātakitakitia te kaitito nekehanga me te kaikanikani a Taane Mete (nō Ngāti Kahungunu me Ngāti Koroki Kahukura) mō tana whakatautau i hangaia mō Matariki, Pōhutukawa.
Ko Pōhutukawa tētahi whakaari e toru ōna wāhanga. He kanikani o nāianei, ko Taane Mete kaiwhakaari. He titonga waiata hou, ko Taisha Tari te kaiwaiata. Ka mutu, he kōputu titonga waiata, ko Stephen Small te kaitito, te kaiwhakatangi anō hoki. I tito te kōputu waiata mō The Story of a New Zealand River, 2001, nā Michael Parekōwhai.
Join renowned choreographer and dancer Taane Mete (nō Ngāti Kahungunu me Ngāti Koroki Kahukura) for his performance conceived especially for Matariki, Pōhutukawa.
Pōhutukawa is a performance in three parts, contemporary dance performed by Taane Mete, original composed waiata performed by Taisha Tari and original musical composition performed and written by Stephen Small on The Story of a New Zealand River, 2001 by Michael Parekōwhai.
24th June 1 - 1.35pm
25th June 2.30 - 3.05pm
10th July 1 – 1.35pm and 2.30 – 3.05pm