Dame Hinewehi Mohi has been announced as Recorded Music NZ’s 2024 Te Whare Taonga Puoro o Aotearoa | NZ Music Hall of Fame inductee.

2024 is a significant year for the artist, advocate, and broadcaster. As well as being inducted into the Hall of Fame, it marks:

  • 25 years since the release of her Jaz Coleman produced debut album Oceania
  • 25 years since she stirred up controversy by performing the national anthem in te reo Māori at a Rugby World Cup match at Twickenham
  • 20 years since she co-founded the Raukatauri Music Therapy Centre
  • 5 years since she initiated the Waiata Anthems project

Dame Hinewehi Mohi will be celebrated at the Aotearoa Music Awards on Thursday 30 May.

Read the announcement in full here

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