LIVE at the Museum: Auckland Museum for NZ Music Month 2022

LIVE at the Museum: Auckland Museum for NZ Music Month 2022

This May, LIVE at the Museum is back for another special New Zealand Music Month showcase. Be there when the Museum's stunning Grand Foyer comes alive with performances from emerging talents of Aotearoa's homegrown music scene.

Monday 16 May

Georgia Lines with musicians from the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra

MON 16 MAY, 6.30PM-9PM

Join us for a magical musical evening featuring young wāhine of Aotearoa: Georgia Lines with musicians from the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra, and opening artist Cassie Henderson.

This event is suitable for adults aged 18 and over. 


Georgia Lines: Georgia is known for her powerful vocals, her 80s/90s-inspired-R&B-sprinkled-pop, and her engaging live performances - which have varied from glamourous gowns to fun spontaneous crowd-surfing. Her ability to write authentic lyrics that weave effortlessly through well-crafted, catchy melodies has contributed to her growing reputation as an accomplished songwriter and vocalist. She has amassed more than 2 million streams across her platforms, and collaborated with a cast of well-known international writers, producers, and musicians. 

Making the magic even more special, Georgia Lines will be supported by musicians from the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra to debut new arrangements of her 80s and 90s-inspired-R&B-sprinkled-pop hits to delight the audience.

Cassie Henderson: Setting the tone for the evening is Cassie Henderson, another singer-songwriter whose distinctive lyrical vulnerability and bright vocals resonate with audiences around the globe. 

Cassie Henderson first made waves in the public eye as a 14-year-old contestant on New Zealand’s first season of X-Factor in 2014. With a recent move to Auckland and many stories to tell, Cassie, now 24, continues to write her most intimate and honest songs ever.

Her most recent single ‘Complacent’ struck a chord with fans when Henderson shared the acoustic on TikTok last year. The video went viral, attracting over 1.4 million views on the platform to date.

For more details on the event, including entry gate & members info, see the Auckland Museum website here.