Alistair Fraser is a Dunedin born and raised musician, craftsperson, and father of three who lives in Vogeltown, Wellington.
Since 1999, Alistair has been playing, making and researching ngā taonga pūoro, Māori musical instruments. He started down this path after attending workshops run by the ‘dynamic trio’ of Brian Flintoff, Richard Nunns and the late Hirini Melbourne. Alistair now plays, produces and composes taonga pūoro in a wide variety of settings.
Alistair was awarded a Wild Creations Artist Residency in 2011 and is a 2016 Churchill Fellow.
You can listen to Alistair's work here.