Woven

Tickets

  • General Admission: $36.00 each
  • Concession: $32.00 each

Phone Sales

Restrictions

All Ages

Listed by

Hamilton Arts Festival

Dates

  • Wed 28 Feb 2024, 8:30pm–9:30pm
  • Sun 3 Mar 2024, 7:00pm–8:00pm

Taisha Tari is poised to debut her first multidisciplinary stage show co-directed with Whetu Silver. This original work weaves together Taisha's beautiful compositions, and voice co-crafted with her son Hayden Kuhtze, with spoken word artist Danielle Renee, dancer Zion Jones, and taonga pūoro practitioner Komako Silver.


This story threads through all the invisible ties that bind us together—languages, culture, whanau, and whenua.


These four incredible artists collaborate, each representing a unique thread, offering a captivating and diverse experience.


Zion Jones, our 16-year-old dancer, utilizes his body as a storytelling tool to convey profound messages in the songs. Komako Silver, our Taonga Pūoro artist, weaves stories of different whenua through oro/music, discovering the invisible thread that connects us all. Danielle Renee, deeply valuing the power of words, transforms them into art that ignites truth and authenticity.


At the narrative's core is Taisha, the weaver, harmoniously uniting diverse stories into a collective korowai. Her waiata and compositions echo the environment we inhabit. The music is a melody of remembrance expressing the inseparable ties that bind us to those within our whanau, past and present, and connecting us to our whakapapa and whenua.


Woven invites the audience into the captivating world of Te Ao Māori, providing a perspective to share cultural narratives and experiences. It believes that our differences are our strengths, emphasizing the oneness of humanity and whenua.


Seating provided.

Woven qualifies for multi show Discount off GA tickets

Te Parapara Garden, Hamilton Gardens

Hamilton Gardens, Hamilton

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