Opeloge Ah Sam
Opeloge Ah Sam has over 15 years experience as a professional musician as well as being a music graduate of Auckland University and the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music.
Opeloge currently works as a music lecturer, mentor and Pasifika Music Co-ordinator at the NZ School of Music at Victoria & Massey Universities in Wellington, NZ. He also worked as a secondary school music teacher, professional pianist, conductor and composer, Opeloge brings a wealth of experience, creativity and professionalism to his work.
Opeloge Ah Sam recently became a High chief in Samoa now holding the title Matatumua Opeloge Ah Sam.
Opeloge Ah Sam became the first Samoan & Pasifika person to ever conduct the NZ Symphony Orchestra at the recent celebration of 50 years of the Treaty of Friendship between Samoa & NZ at Victoria University which was a great honour for Opeloge and his family.