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Music at Home: Amiria Grenell - Colonial Cottage Museum

Music at Home: Amiria Grenell

Colonial Cottage Museum

68 Nairn St, Mount Cook.

Sunday 23 March at 2pm

Entry by Koha


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Amiria Grenell, the 2012 winner of Tui Best Folk Album New Zealand Music Awards completes the Music at Home series at Colonial Cottage Museum. On Sunday 23 March at 2pm, the singer / songwriter tune’s her guitar to perform her award winning songs in the recently refreshed Visitors Centre.

After touring throughout Australasia, the songstress returns to the creative capital to perform her own music at Wellington’s oldest original cottage.

Amiria says, “Music is a great medium to share our stories and history, which is why I’m looking forward to performing my songs at Colonial Cottage Museum. I’m thrilled to be showcasing a wide range of my music and stories to Wellington.”

Public Programmes and Learning Manager Rachel Ingram says, “The Music at Home series is a great opportunity to showcase Wellington’s musical talent and share it with our community. We’re excited to finish this year’s series with talented artist, Amiria Grenell.”

Pack a byo picnic and enjoy the cottage gardens summer bloom with the heritage chickens before or after the 2pm performance.

ENDS

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