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Rosalind Manowitz (Rainbow Rosalind)

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Biography

Rainbow Rosalind the Fairy is an award-winning Children’s Singer/Songwriter and Entertainer based in Dunedin, New Zealand.

Her recent successes include the APRA Best Children’s Music Video Award 2016 for her original music video ‘ Aotearoa, Home of our Hearts’, and the recent release of her debut album of all original children’s songs, entitled ‘ Kia Ora’ .

Rainbow Rosalind comes from a classical music background, playing the viola and flute with orchestras and groups such as the NZSO National Youth Orchestra, Dunedin Symphony Orchestra, Chamber Strings of Melbourne, Victorian Youth Symphony Orchestra, Dunedin Youth Orchestra and The Tui Quartet.

While studying musical theatre overseas, Rainbow Rosalind found her passion in writing songs for children.

Since returning to New Zealand, Rainbow Rosalind has become a part of Kiwi Kids Music, enjoys co-hosting award-winning children’s radio show ‘SpaceStationKiwi ’, and performs regularly throughout Dunedin and New Zealand, engaging her young audience in song, dance, learning and fun!

Some of her recent performances include the Queenstown Winter Festival , The Plunket Big Day Out, narrating ‘ Peter and the Wolf ’ with the Dunedin Youth Orchestra, and her most recent tour, performing for schools and orphanages around Fiji.

Rainbow Rosalind sprinkles fairy dust, joy, music, magic, love and laughter wherever she goes!


Works (5)

A Fairy and a Pirate

for female voice, male voice, violin, flute, percussion, piano accordion, double bass and drum kit, 5m 30s


Rosalind Manowitz: Aotearoa, Home of our Hearts

for voice, youth choir, string quartet, double bass, drum kit and piano, 5m 30s


Sleepyhead

for voice, flute, string quartet, double bass, keyboard and drum kit., 3m 30s


Spinning 'Round

for voice, string quartet, double bass, keyboard and drums, 5m


The Rainbow Song

for voice, string quartet, double bass and keyboard, 7m 30s