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Harry Hodgman

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Harry Hodgman is a Kiwi piano playing singer-songwriter.

Harry is a unique contributor to the NZ music scene with his original songs and instrumentals. He has published two original songbooks for piano & voice, and is currently writing a third. A scarce amount of venues in Wellington and throughout New Zealand have pianos in-house, since lockdown of 2020 he has developed a growing online audience via Instagram Livestreams, playing his solo original music.

His songs vary from fictional characters and stories to political and biographical commentaries. Harry is becoming an established artist both as a New Zealand songwriter and as a queer artist. He performed for the Dunedin Pride festival in 2014, played as support for Flip Grater, and has been recognised by acclaimed singer-songwriter, Rufus Wainwright. He improvised a solo tour from Tokyo to Western Europe in 2016, before returning to New Zealand, living between Dunedin, Wellington, and Melbourne, Australia.

A quality, imaginative and creative visual & musical artist, Harry Hodgman is a brilliant underground discovery for any music fan to enjoy.

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