Coromandel Muso's

Are you a musician, performer, vocalist or band member living in The Coromandel? If so, Creative Coromandel would like to hear from you.


Creative Coromandel are focused on celebrating and promoting all the arts genres around the Peninsula by featuring individual and group listings, events and opportunities on the Creative Coromandel website. 


The website is a central hub for visitors, residents and creatives throughout the region, showcasing all creative activities through directory listings and featured content. 


The website serves as a useful tool for those seeking bands, singers and musicians to perform for Coromandel audiences.  Coromandel performance venues are listed alongside musicians and performers of all genres.


For muso's, the website contributes to their online profile and will also serve as a way to connect with other musicians and with opportunities related to music.


There is also a directory for groups to promote their organisation.  If you belong to a music group in your area, please invite them to add their free listing to the site.  This is a great way to raise the profile of your group and to encourage and invite new members. 


If you are a musician or performer, or have a venue, musical opportunity or music group to contribute to Creative Coromandel, please add your free listing here.


If you have a musical performance, gig, festival or event coming up on The Coromandel, please add your free event here.


For any enquiries about how Creative Coromandel can help you spread the word about your music, please email us.


Photo credit: Felicity Jean Photography: Taste of Matarangi, Band: Cosha


Article Published 2 July 2018

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