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Amiria Grenell is currently attending her last year of NASDA (Bachelor of Performing Arts). Starting young in the Kirwee Players 'The sound of Music', and continuing on to theatre such as Linnaeus, Baby, Jane Eyre and 'The Maids' which was at the Christchurch Court Theatre more recently.

Her solo music career has blossomed over the last 3 years playing live on TV shows such as ’CRY TV’ (music Television) and the CTV breakfast show.

Amiria is a highly regarded singer/songwriter and recording artist who has played at The Gathering three years running, Destination dance festival, The Kaikoura Roots Festival and ‘Visionz’ Music Festival. She won the ‘woman musicianship award’ in Rockquest as a solo artist in 2001 and is focussing on finishing her degree this year and hopes to record and perform overseas next year. Her recent highlights have been playing around Christchurch for New Zealand music month – May. At The Dux, Christchurch city Library, Mainstreet bar and the ‘TV2 National Anthem’.

Amiria mainly focuses on playing the guitar and singing but also enjoys playing the violin, bouldron (irish drum), piano, didgeredoo and percussion instruments.

Her style is of contemporary folk and she sings all original


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Joined: 14/10/03
Posts: 36
Location: Canterbury
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Amiria Grenell (Mea) and Jessie Moss
Posted: Sat Jun 19, 2004 5:50 pm
An inspiring and energised folk duo, Jessie Moss and Mea will be playing an innovative mix of folk, blues, Irish and reggae music on their tour of Christchurch and Dunedin, starting on the 1st of July. These up and coming young women will soon be recognised in the New Zealand music scene.

Several guests including Amy Grace, Tim Moore and Clare McLennan-Kissel will join them along the way. You can catch them in Christchurch at Mainstreet Café and Bar on Thursday the 1st July at 9pm and at the Harbourlight on Tuesday the 6th of July for $5, doors open at 7:30pm, 8pm start. At the Dunedin Art gallery Saturday the 3rd, NEFC at "Tull cafe" Sunday 4th at 7:30pm and Arc Cafe Monday the 5th at 9pm.

Jessie Moss has been studying in Wellington for the past year and has been steadily making a name for herself in the Wellington music scene. Prior to living in Wellington she was studying at the Christchurch Jazz School and playing gigs with around town with Mea. Highlights for Jessie have been playing at music festivals such as The Gathering, Destination and Visionz.

Mea (Amiria Grenell) is in her final year of NASDA (National Academy of Singing and Dramatic Arts) and will be joining Jessie in Wellington next year to begin focusing on her Wellington music and theatre career. Highlights for Amiria have been playing at The Gathering, Visionz, Destination, Kaikoura Roots Festival and more recently appearing on the TV2 National anthem. Amiria hails from the famous Grenell family, getting a head start in music with the help of her Father John Grenell and her brothers Oakley and Redford.

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