The Modern Måori Quartet presents: Ngå Bro E Whå
66 MONTHS AGO
AUCKLAND SEASON @ GALATOS LIVE 3 - 9 th October
TICKETS FROM WWW.DASHTICKETS.CO.NZ OR 0800 327 484
Special rate for our BOOSTED supporters just contact Teresa firstname.lastname@example.org or 027 476 4837
Four Maori men come together from different corners of Aotearoa and prepare to take a journey of a lifetime.
Come & delve into our country's past and present with this group of insanely talented performers. Weaving a rich tapestry that draws from local music and stories, as well as integrating international hits throughout the ages, Nga Bro E Wha is the Modern Maori Quartet's premiere piece of multi-medium theatre and music unique to Aotearoa.
PREVIEW NIGHT - ALL TICKETS $ 20 At Galatos Live, 17 Galatos St,Auckland from October 3-9 @ 7 pm. Note: Saturday 5th October show will be upstairs in Galatos Lounge. 1 hour 20 minutes, no interval
VENUE OPENS FROM 6 PM each night. CABARET STYLE SEATING at tables but not as shown in venue picture. Closest large carpark Mercury Lane - click on link for more info http://www.wilsonparking.co.nz/go/wilson-carparks/auckland/k-road
Come join them for an evening of waiata, laughter and charm as they take you on a journey through the decades.
The Modern Māori Quartet is made up of: Maaka Pohatu (Two Little Boys), Matariki Whatarau (Go Girls), James Tito (The Almighty Johnsons) and Matu Ngaropo (Korero Mai) all graduates from Toi Whakaari: NZ Drama School. Nga Bro E Whā is produced by Teresa Brown of Boss, directed by Rachel House (The Maori Troilus and Cressida & Hui), with musical direction by Tama Waipara (Fill Up The Silence Album).
"My favourites...four sharp dressed men in suits and skinny ties singing harmonies and sending themselves and the music up just ever so..." Radio NZ review of Everything is Ka Pai show at Auckland Arts Festival 2013
"Top class...inspiring kaupapa" Rawiri Paratene NZOM