UoA Folk Music Association        

Musicians from Auckland University Folk Music Association presenting a repertoire of jazz and modern songs (saxaphone, drum, flute and keyboard) and nostalgic Chinese tunes (tank drum, xiao flute, guitar, violin and ukelele)
       
M-Y Golden Ballads        

Chinese folk songs and tunes (Hulusi and Ocarina)
       
Eric Q        

Mandarin and Cantonese Songs
       
Isabelle  A        

Violinist.  Isabelle been playing the violin since 4 yrs old and loves classical and musical theatre.  Outside of violin, Isabelle enjoys ballet and dreams to live in Paris on day.  Favourite food : Sushi and mooncake!
       
Ersha Island        

Singer-song writer duo (sisters) , + e-keyboard and violin
       
Jenni Smith        

Solo Guitar and singing.  Mix of well-known covers and original music
       
Eliette’s Music Academy         

Eliette's Music Academy is a playing placed music academy for ages 2 and up.  EMA is based in Grafton and Albany.  Students will be performaing a mix of original and cover songs
       
Roskill Chinese Group        

Group members will present a mix of Chinese favourites  through playing the musical instruments Guzheng, Er-hu, Saxophone and Flute.
       
Luke Hurley        

Luke Hurley is an independent New Zealand guitarist and singer-songwriter and was described as "one of New Zealand's great unknown musicians" by organisers at the Wellington Busking Festival.
       
The Human Agency        

An agency for performing artists inclusive of actors, dancers, singers, circus performers, mime artists and entertainers,
       
Tim Calder        

A professional musician for decades, Tim is most well known for his successes with Peking Man and more recently his solo career.
       
ZacTakular        

Street circus at its best
       
Erin G        

Local, self-taught musician, singer and songwriter
       
Mia        

Duo songwriters, musicians and singers

 

Alina

The dinosaur playing the saxophone

Pascal Gillies and Yasmina

Piano accordian players extraordinaire

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