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Tamariki Kapa Haka

Watch kapa haka performed by tamariki (children) from Wellington schools, Early childhood and Te Puna Reo o Ngā Kākano Early Childhood Centre. They have been practising waiata-a-ringa, poi, and haka all year culminating in this performance.

  • When | Āhea Wed 3 Nov 2021, 10.30am–12.00pm
  • Where | Ki hea
    Te Marae | Rongomaraeroa, Level 4
  • Cost | Te utu Free event

Join us for a kapa haka

  kapa hakaMāori performing artsMāori | Noun
performance by kids for kids, and whanaungatanga

  whanaungatangafriends and familyMāori | Noun
. The performers include young children from Tai Tamariki Kindergarten, Te Puna o Ngā Kākano, Polyhigh Community Childcare Centre and older children from Kelson, Wainuiomata, and Fernlea Primary Schools.

The little ones will perform waiata

  waiatasongsMāori | Noun
which they have been practising, after which their older peers will perform waiata-o-ringa waiata-o-ringaaction songsMāori | Noun, poi poia ball on a string which is swung or twirled rhythmically while singingMāori | Noun, and haka

  hakaceremonial danceMāori | Noun
.

A group of children standing on a stage facing the audience and singing

Caption

Tamariki Kapa Haka 2017. Photo by Jack Fisher