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30 May 2024

IVY evolving and growing

Dunedin, New Zealand, Australia, the world … that’s the basic four-step plan for...

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20 May 2024

Caroline Plummer Fellow seeks collaborators

Marcela Giesche, this year’s Caroline Plummer Fellow in Community Dance, is offe...

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10 May 2024

Graduate Scott Bezett daring to squiggle

Scott Bezett will be the muscial act at his own graduation ceremony on 11 May.

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18 Mar 2024

The musical gifts of Emeritus Professor Peter Adams

Peter Adams has been made an Emeritus Professor on his retirement from the Music...

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01 Feb 2024

Writing, producing and performing her story

It has been said ‘good things take time’ and that’s something playwright Chelsea...

18 Sep 2023

Six60 2024 Scholarship recipients announced

Four talented Otago students are shocked and excited to have been selected as ne...

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17 May 2023

Music a way to forget about everything that’s going on

For one University of Otago honours student, music is a creative outlet that all...

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20 Mar 2023

Tauira realise dream on Te Matatini stage

University of Otago tauira took centre stage at Aotearoa’s most popular Te Matat...

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25 Nov 2022

Continuous learner Dr Tessa Romano wins Division of Humanities Teaching Award

Dr Tessa Romano, Pūkenga, Te Kāhui Tau/Lecturer of Voice, School of Performing A...

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05 Oct 2022

A different kind of Dunedin sound

Most people are aware of the indie rock style of music called the Dunedin Sound,...

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05 Oct 2022

Award winner plans on improving opera’s appeal

Keeping opera relevant in today’s world is one of the main goals of an Otago mus...

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24 Aug 2022

Six60 scholarship recipients announced

Four musically talented University of Otago students have been selected as the r...

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