Nominations Closing Today!

February 18th 2019
It's the last day for you to get in a nomination for APRA Best Country Song, APRA Best Jazz Composition, and APRA Best Children's Song, and Recorded Music NZ's Best Children’s Music Artist, Best Country Music Artist, and Best Jazz Artist Tuis.

The NZ Country Music Awards celebrate the best in local country music, and are comprised of the APRA Best Country Music Song, and the Recorded Music NZ Best Country Music Artist. These awards are presented as part of the NZ Gold Guitar Awards celebrations in Gore, which have been running for more than 40 years. The APRA Best Country Song Award prize is $1000 along with a framed certificate.

CLICK HERE to enter the APRA Best Country Song Award.

visit https://www.recordedmusic.co.nz/ to enter the Recorded Music NZ Best Country Artist Award.

 

The NZ Jazz Awards recognise excellence and creativity in the broad world of jazz, and we're thrilled to be partnering with the Wellington Jazz festival once again to celebrate the achievements of the NZ jazz community. The awards are comprised of the APRA Best Jazz Composition Award, and the Recorded Music NZ Best Jazz Artist Award

The awards will be presented as part of the Wellington Jazz Festival in June, and the APRA Best Jazz Composition Award prize is $1000 along with a framed certificate.

CLICK HERE to enter the APRA Best Jazz Composition Award.

Visit https://www.recordedmusic.co.nz/ to enter the Recorded Music NZ Best Jazz Artist Award.

 

The Children's Music Awards champion the music of our home-grown songwriting heroes – those crazy cool cats that write music for our youngest music fans.

The winner of the APRA Best Children’s Music Song Award takes home an $8,000 NZ On Air grant to go towards the production of a song and a music video, while the winner of the NZ On Air Best Children's Music Video takes home a $500 cash prize from APRA. The awards will be presented at a special ceremony in May.

CLICK HERE to enter the APRA Best Children's Music Song Award

CLICK HERE to enter the NZ On Air Best Children's Music Video Award

 

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