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Our Affiliate Organisations

We are grateful to our Affiliate Organisations for their friendship and support.

This category of membership is by invitation from the Council of the Institute. Please contact the Registrar for more information.

Ehara taku toa i te toa takitahi, engari he toa takitini – my strength is not that of an individual but that of many

 

              ABRSM is the examination board of the Royal Schools of Music and is the leading authority on musical assessment. ABRSM is committed to supporting high quality music-making, learning and development throughout the world, and to producing the best possible resources for music teachers and students.

PO Box 81
Silverdale 0944

T 09 480 1200
F 09 480 1201

Contact
Carla Johnston – North Island Representative
Lois Dalton – South Island Representative

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  ANZCA is a non-profit examining body of the performing arts. ANZCA aims to provide music teachers and students with an examination system which is both accessible and innovative, combining the security of a proven format with an exciting range of repertoire. (Jazz syllabus being released in 2017.)

PO Box 70
Greensborough
Victoria Australia 3088

NZ address:
Unit 318 Longlands
80B Burwood Road
Matamata 3400

Contact
Barry Archibald – Chair of Board of Directors
Tony Betros – General Manager
Maureen Grive – Vice Chair

Denise Dore – NZ Representative

W anzca.com.au

Founded in 2004, the versatile Wellington-based Aroha String Quartet is known for its passionate musicality, impressive technique and multicultural innovation. The Aroha Quartet is committed to presenting string quartet works from western classical and avant-garde repertoire to traditional Chinese folk music, as well as works for larger forces through collaboration with numerous high-profile musicians. 

c/- 45 Furlong Crescent
Churton Park
Wellington 6037

Contact
Haihong Liu – violin (key contact)
Konstanze Artmann – violin
Zhongxian Jin – viola
Robert Ibell – cello

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Music has a unique ability to influence and inspire people. It connects us as human beings. At Chamber Music New Zealand, we’re absolutely committed to creating opportunities for New Zealanders from all walks of life to experience the transformative nature of music. CMNZ prides itself on bringing outstanding international and national artists to concert halls across New Zealand.

Level 1, Zephyr House,   82 Willis Street, Te Aro Wellington 6011

PO Box 11540
Manners Street
Wellington 6142

T 04 384 6133

Contact
Gretchen La Roche – Chief Executive
Michelle Walsh – Manager Marketing & Development
Valerie Paquin – Marketing & Communications Coordinator

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Music Education New Zealand Aotearoa (MENZA’s) core role is for the benefits of Early Childhood Education, Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Teachers with an interest in music education. It is also the national professional organisation and therefore open to all with an interest in music education. MENZA encourages regional partners and related professional organisations to contribute to the professional development of music educators.

PO Box 36314
Northcote
Auckland 0748

T 021 678 109

Contact
Ben Lau – Chairperson
Katrina Daniela – Deputy Chair
Jeni Little – Secretary
Pauline Logger – Administrator

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Christchurch Civic Music Council Incorporated (CCMC) aims to secure by co-operation with civic and other authorities and organisations, the fullest measure of public recognition and support of all forms of musical activity and to encourage the active interest and participation of the community in all forms of music making. 

P O Box 7633
Sydenham
Christchurch 8240

T 03 339 8885

Contact
Michael O’Regan – President
Carmel Brown – Secretary
Cynthia King – Treasurer

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The New Zealand Choral Federation’s central purpose is to promote the performance, creation and enjoyment of choral music. The Federation represents the interests of over 21,000 members from 230 chamber & community choirs, over 280 school choirs and 400 individual memberships. Among these are many top-level choral performers.

PO Box 188
Wellington 6140

T 04 213 8883

Contact
Christine Argyle – Chief Executive

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The New Zealand International Musicians and Artists Association is a charitable organization that aims to promote the advancement and development of the world’s music and art. Our goal is to support New Zealand culture through world cultural and artistic exchanges, building bridges and channels for musicians and artists. 

953C New North Road
Mount Albert
Auckland 1025

T 09 929 3623

Contact
Able Zhu – President
Lynn Herman – Secretary

 

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The mission of the NZ Music Examinations Board is to develop and deliver to music students at all levels a balanced, comprehensive, professional New Zealand based curriculum and assessment programme that will develop musical performance as a lifetime skill.

PO Box 7019
Tauranga 3148

T 0800 388 748

Contact
Colette Alefounder
National Administration Manager
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Anna Wilson – Accounts
E annawilson@nzmeb.org

W NZMEB

 

New Zealand Music Trust

The New Zealand Music Trust is a charitable organisation that seeks to develop and support new opportunities for New Zealand musicians and composers, to promote international collaboration between New Zealand musicians and musicians in other countries and to foster a wider awareness and appreciation of New Zealand music internationally.

PO Box 28042
Kelburn
Wellington 6012

Contact
Freya Wang – Director and Trustee

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NZ Suzuki Institute

Suzuki music education combines instrumental teaching with a philosophy embracing the total development of the child. The triangle of parent, teacher, and child creates a community of learning and sharing, nurturing happy and successful future world citizens through music

PO 633
Wellington 6140

Contact
May Lee – Administrator

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ORFF New Zealand Aotearoa (ONZA) promotes the Orff Approach: a way of teaching music that explores the relationship between music, movement and speech. It approaches musical learning in active ways that are responsive to the interests, contexts and abilities of students. We provide professional development opportunities for teachers and musical events for children.

PO Box 24 432
Royal Oak
Auckland 1345

T 021 594 268 (Hayley)

Contact
Hayley Hunter – President
Philippa Drake – Administrator/Treasurer
Lindsay Mason – Vice President
Jo Charman – Primary Workshops
Shirley Harvey – ECE Workshops
Millie Locke – Levels Courses

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St Cecilia Examinations is a division of the St Cecilia School of Music and has been providing music examinations and tuition in Australia, New Zealand, Asia and Europe for over 40 years. St Cecilia’s aim is to offer musicians a fair and honest assessment of their ability through an exciting and innovative examination process.

273 York Place
City Rise         
Dunedin 9016

T 0800 151 661

Contact
Matthews S Tyson – Founder/Director
Elizabeth Bouman – NZ Contact

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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.

School of Music
University of Canterbury
Private Bag 4800
Christchurch 8140

T 03 364 2987 x 4876

Contact
Francis Yapp – Associate Head of Creative Arts & Humanities – Music
Mikaela O’Neill – Creative Arts Outreach and Administrator
Emmy Nicol – Administrator

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SOUNZ champions the music of Aotearoa New Zealand by collecting and curating resources, connecting them with audiences and collaborating with partners towards shared goals.

PO Box 27347
Te Aro
Wellington 6011

T 04 801 8602

Contact
Diana Marsh – Executive Director
Sanna Lounasto – Communications Manager

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Trinity College London provides a wide range of music assessments for students at all levels across classical and rock genres. Trinity’s qualifications are internationally recognised and accredited by a number of education authorities.

PO Box 45 122
Te Atatu Peninsula
Auckland 0651

T 09 834 4801

Contact
Annemarie Gasparini
NZ National Coordinator

E annemarie.gasparini@trinitycollege.co.nz
W trinitycollege.com or 
trinityrock.com

 

 

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