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Our Colleague Organisations in Music Education

In addition to our Affiliate Organisations we work closely with our colleague organisations in music education. 

  The ABRSM (Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music) is one of the world’s leading providers of music examinations. Its mission is to inspire achievement in music. The ABRSM supports high quality music making and learning around the world and offers pathways and resources for learners and teachers to help build musical skills.

ANZCA Music Examinations is a non-profit examining body of the performing arts. ANZCA aims to provide music teachers and students with an examination system that is both accessible and innovative, combining the security of a proven format with an exciting range of repertoire. 

 

MENZA (Music Education New Zealand Aotearoa) is the national professional body that represents the interests of all music education sectors in New Zealand.

  NZMEB (New Zealand Music Examinations Board) is a quality, national alternative for music assessment. The NZMEB syllabuses include repertoire from New Zealand composers. NZMEB has course approval from the New Zealand Qualifications Authority, recognising commitment to high standards of achievement.
   

MThNZ (Music Therapy New Zealand) works to raise awareness and understanding of music therapy in order to advance the provision of music therapy to all who will benefit from these services. 

  NEWZATS (New Zealand Association of Teachers of Singing) is dedicated to excellence in the vocal arts. NEWZATS supports and develops all those actively performing, teaching, studying or with an interest in the art of singing within New Zealand and is committed to supporting singing across all genres and styles.

Rockschool provides graded music examinations and performance diploma in rock music. 

The St Cecilia School of Music was established in Tasmania Australia in 1974 and resulted from a need for a more relevant, innovative and exciting approach to assessing the capabilities of music students at all levels. The examination system also offers professional teaching and performing qualifications.
  Trinity College London is a leading international examinations board and independent education charity that has been providing assessments around the world since 1877. Trinity specialises in the assessment of communicative and performance skills covering music, drama, combined arts and English language. Its aim is to inspire teachers and learners.

 

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Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra is Auckland’s leading performing arts organisation and the city’s resident fill time professional symphony orchestra. 
 

CMNZ (Chamber Music New Zealand) is the largest presenter of top-quality chamber music concerts throughout New Zealand. Its mission is to nurture the love and understanding of music, create remarkable experiences, foster live music by solo performers and small ensembles as well as encourage and support New Zealand performers and composers.

  CNZ (Creative New Zealand) encourages, promotes and supports the arts in New Zealand for the benefit of all New Zealanders through funding, capability building, CNZ’s international programme and advocacy.
  The Ministry of Education is the Government’s lead advisor on the education system, shaping direction for education agencies and providers and contributing to the Government’s goals for education in New Zealand. EDUCANZ (Education Council of Aotearoa New Zealand) is the professional body for New Zealand teachers and champions best practice and leadership.
  NZSO (New Zealand Symphony Orchestra) is the national symphony orchestra whose vision is to provide musical experiences that inspire all New Zealanders.
SOUNZ champions the music of Aotearoa New Zealand, connecting performers, presenters, teachers, composers, artistic directors and broadcasters with New Zealand music. SOUNZ maintains and develops a diverse collection of quality New Zealand music resources and makes them available for loan, hire and sale, accessed through SOUNZ online or by visiting SOUNZ. 
The School of Music, University of Canterbury, provides degree level training and education in music for aspiring and emerging musicians and postgraduate education for upskilling and further research.