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LATE at Auckland Museum

LATE: The Music Machine

Past Event
MON 7 NOV, 6pm
Event Centre, ADULTS $20, STUDENTS AND INSTITUTE MEMBERS $10

Music is a shared experience. How do fans and critics influence musicians and how can an audience – both online and offline – shape an album? Hear about the relationships between musicians and their fans and critics from some of New Zealand music’s sharpest minds.

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Auckland War Memorial Museum – Tāmaki Paenga Hira.

Chaired by Charlotte Ryan, your expert panel for the evening features director of Saiko Management Scott Maclachlan, bass player to many Chip Matthews, four time Silver Scroll Award finalist Anna Coddington and James Milne, one of New Zealand's finest songwriters better known by his stage name Lawrence Arabia.

Volume: Making Music in Aotearoa will be open for a LATE-night viewing. To conclude the evening, you will enjoy a 25-minute whistle-stop tour through the history of NZ music performed by special guests.

Enjoy panoramic views of Auckland City from the Museum’s level three Event Centre, a delicious menu created by the chefs at Dawsons Catering, and a selection of drinks at the bar.

Programme

6.00PM
Atrium doors open
Volume: Making Music in Aotearoa exhibition open until 9.30PM
Event Centre open on Level 3 with access via the Atrium lifts
Bar open and food available
7PM
Smart Talk: Moderator Charlotte Ryan and guests Scott MacLachlan, Chip Matthews, Anna Coddington & James Milne better known as Lawrence Arabia
8.10PM
Enjoy a 25-minute whistle-stop tour through the history of NZ music performed by special guests.
8.45PM
Bar closes
9.30PM
Doors close

Entertainment

Enjoy a 25-minute whistle-stop tour through the history of NZ music performed by special guests Paul McLaney (Gramsci, Concord Dawn, SJD, The Impending Adorations), Jol Mulholland (Gasoline Cowboy, The Mots, Neil Finn, Anika Moa), tonight's panelist Chip Matthews (The New Lounghead, Home Brew, @Peace, The Krates), Matthias Jordan (Pluto, Night Choir, Pyjama Club), Tom Broome (The Means, Julia Deans, Hollie Smith, Home Brew) and fronted by Ria Hall and Bailey Wiley. Also featuring the magnificent voices of Auckland Youth Choir.

Booking information

ADULTS $20, STUDENTS AND INSTITUTE MEMBERS $10

Bookings recommended at ticket desks, +64 9 306 7048 or online. A booking fee of $3 applies to each offsite transaction. Door sales subject to availability.

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