An interview with local Jan Newton about his journey learning Te Reo and Kapa Haka. Image Credit: Diane Worthy, Marketplace/Stuff
A recording of the entertainment at the opening of the fully dressed wharenui at Kia Piritahi Marae on June 5th, 2016. The entertainers were (in order of appearance): Waiheke Primary kapa haka group, Nga Purapura from Te Huruhi School (18:40), and the Piringakau Maori performing arts group from Waiheke High School (28:15). The performance ended […]
Bob Upchurch has been teaching on Waiheke Island for a period spanning four decades. Upon his retirement he spoke on Waiheke radio to a brand new teacher, and Island Life host, Brent Simpson
Matariki at Waiheke High School is by many accounts uniquely celebrated. The school’s four houses spend considerable time learning new waiata and practicing and honing the school haka in preparation for the day’s festivities. These festivities include competetive performances, speeches, and presentations from faculties. The day culminates in the sharing of kai from the hangi […]
A small group of instrumentalists from Waiheke High School, playing a variety of improvisational jazz, directed and joined by brass improv Pete Kelly.Recorded live at Waiheke Library on Sunday 10 May 2015, as part of the library’s NZ Music Month live performance series
Chris Walker talks to Sarah McNabb, head of music at Waiheke High School. The interview is interspersed with excerpts of Waiheke Radio’s recordings of performances by high school students at Waiheke Library in NZ Music Month
To mark NZ Music Month Waiheke Libray hosts a series of live musical performances each Saturday during May. On Saturday 17 May a group of five Waiheke High School msuic students performed a range of pieces.
Island Life is our weekly magazine show focusing on Waiheke people events and issues. On Sat 19 Feb 2011 Shirin Brown talked to: The head boy from Waiheke High School, Brian Griffiths from Forest and Bird and, Greenpeace oceans campaigner Karli Thomas Download podcast (right click, save as)