Auckland/Northland

National Board Members based in Auckland:

  • Selena Bercic selenab@farnorthreap.org.nz Based at REAP Kaitaia
  • Tim Randle, RN@manurewa.school.nz,
  • Chris Moore c.moore@dilworth.school.nz
  • Jeni Little jeni.little@hobsonvillepoint.school.nz, current Chair of MENZA
  • Robyn Trinick robyntrinick@gmail.com

We are always happy to hear from members in these regions regarding PLD ideas or needs. These teachers are engaged across the EC to Secondary sectors, are experienced in many pedagogical styles and are greatly involved in the many music education events within this region – NZCF, the Ukulele Trust, Hook Line and Singalong, the KBB Band festival , Chamber music, Smokefree Rockquest, Tangata Beats, SUSO, The Big Sing and more … and can help you with information regarding these.

The local Auckland committee is about to be revived in 2019, led initially by Stephanie Lees stephaniejlees@gmail.com

Please email her if you should like to be involved with this or know what is planned.

The MENZA admin will email all Auckland and Northland members on the current database about future events – so join up now if you haven’t already.

Remember first year teachers and full time teacher trainees gain free membership to events.

Menza Auckland/Northland Contacts

Jeni Little

Jeni Little

jeni.little@hobsonvillepoint.school.nz


Chris Moore (MENZA Board Member)

Chris Moore (MENZA Board Member)

c.moore@dilworth.school.nz


Tim Randle (MENZA Board Member)

Tim Randle (MENZA Board Member)

RN@manurewa.school.nz


Selena Bercic (MENZA Board Member)

Selena Bercic (MENZA Board Member)

selenab@farnorthreap.org.nz


Stephanie Less

Stephanie Less

stephaniejlees@gmail.com


Upcoming Auckland/Northland Music Education Events

Wellington Symphonic Bands – Weekend workshop

Wellington Symphonic Bands – Weekend workshop

January 23 | January 24

Event Categories:
Prime your playing for 2021 with the help of our awesome musical directors. All ages, levels Grade 3 and up. Register your interest here. Organiser is Megan Brownlie, Heretaunga College.  
Creating Taonga Puoro in the Classroom

Creating Taonga Puoro in the Classroom

January 25 @ 9:00 am | January 25 @ 3:00 pm

Event Category:
Taonga Puoro allows our students to think about their Hauora and Mauri and gives the opportunity to make musical instruments in our classrooms. In this Professional Development opportunity, we will focus on how we can make music more inclusive and allow our classrooms to resonate towards Te Tiriti o Waitangi.…

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Latest Resources

CONFERENCES

  • The ISME (International Society for Music Education) 35th World Conference “A Visible Voice” will be in Brisbane, Australia, 17 – 22 July 2022. Updates will be posted here. The call for papers will open in March 2021.
  • The 36th ISME World Conference will return to Helsinki 28 July – 2 August 2024, Helsinki, Finland
  • ISME Regional Conference Asia Pacific/APSMER 2021: 18 – 19 September 2021 held in Tokyo, organised by the Japan Music Education Society. Call for papers: Abstracts are due by Feb 28th 2021. Registration opens 1st June 2021.
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