We are so proud to be celebrating our ONE Year birthday party for One Space HQ Bondi venue.
It was a year ago we had our launch party with Matiu as our international guest and he is back to do it all over again with us.
We have a huge line up for you. Only 30 tickets sold to this event as this is mainly invite only event to our community supporters.
Event 6.30pm – 10pm
66 Bondi Rd, Bondi Junction
Food available from 6.30pm
MATIU TE HUKI joined by Julian bel-bachir ( OKA) on percussion
We here at Onespace HQ are really excited for the return tour of Matiu! Matiu has over 20 years experience as a Maori language and performance teacher, he is a playwrite, musician, facilitator and leader amongst his own communities. Matiu’s approach is welcoming, inspiring, fun and empowering.
Join us for an intimate concert with the incredible Matiu Te Huki from New Zealand. Maori musician, “The Hook” Te Huki is known for his amazing vocal skills and energy, his ability to powerfully connect with and lift a crowd with his mesmerising stage presence while fronting great bands or with his solid solo looping show.
As a singer songwriter, the soul stirring messages in Matiu’s music are positive, inspiring and unifying. Matiu’s soulful roots music has a strong Maori flavor, using haka, chants and traditional Maori instruments, backed by grabbing grooves, deep, beautifully crafted bass lines, funky rhythms and magical melodies that stay with you well after the show ends, all held up by a pillar of Pacific passion.
Matiu will also be hosting a workshop on Saturday 25th June.
This workshop has been specifically designed by Matiu Te Huki to help participants connect more deeply with their internal warrior, leader, speaker and their ancestors.
This interactive workshop will cover traditional Maori practices including the art of introduction, song, haka, sharing the breath of life, story and more. Participants will leave with ancient yet practical tools to support them in the way they stand, speak, listen, connect and move powerfully through life.
Wes Carr has worn a lot of hats in the twenty years he’s been a professional musician, acoustic troubadour, reality show winner, chart-topping pop star. He’s been frontman of the Silverchair side project Tambalane and was the nations sweetheart when he took out Australian Idol. Wes’ ragged, soaring voice recalling Bruce Springsteen and John Lennon coupled with the rambling spirit and story telling of Leonard Cohen has taken him around the globe and then some. Wes is a man who has walked through the fire, paid more than his share of dues, and has emerged on the other side. He has experienced the highs and adulation few of us will ever enjoy. He’s ridden the rigours of a spell in the music industry spotlight, and has arrived with a bag full of songs, bursting at the seams.