- Radio New Zealand
- New Zealand Symphony Orchestra
- Royal New Zealand Ballet
- APRA AMCOS
- Chamber Music New Zealand
- Voices New Zealand Chamber Choir
- Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra
- The New Zealand String Quartet
- NZ Choral Federation
- Orchestra Wellington
- New Zealand Music Commission
- Christchurch Symphony Orchestra
- Dunedin Symphony Orchestra
- Auckland Chamber Orchestra
- Opus Orchestra
- Arohanui Strings - Sistema Hutt Valley
And many more.
SOUNZ is a member of the International Association of Music Information Centres (IAMIC), an international network of 34 member countries all over the world. IAMIC member organisations document, promote and inform on the music of their country or region in a diversity of musical genres. IAMIC recognises the importance of sharing and optimising knowledge, expertise and know-how and encourages collaborations, exchanges and partnerships between member countries. Diana Marsh, Chief Executive of SOUNZ Centre for New Zealand Music, is the newly appointed President of IAMIC, and the first person from outside Europe and the UK to serve in this role and does so in conjunction with her work at SOUNZ.
SOUNZ would like to thank all the New Zealand composers, performers, artists, arts organisations and venues, that make our work possible through allowing access to their works and performances.
If not by SOUNZ, the continuously changing images on this website have been provided for use with the kind permission of generous individuals and organisations including: Adam Chamber Music Festival, Aroha String Quartet, Brass Band Association of NZ, Composers Association of New Zealand, Choral Federation, Chamber Music New Zealand, Dunedin Symphony Orchestra, Gisborne International Music Competition, Horomona Horo, National Youth Jazz Competition, NZTrio, Orchestra Wellington, Rob Thorne, Screen Composers Guild of New Zealand, Stroma, The Big Sing, The Troubles, Wallace Piano Competition, Wellington Brass Band, Wellington Jazz Festival, New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, St Matthew's Orchestra, National Library, Westlake Symphony Orchestra, Gareth Watkins and the many other composers, performers, and related organisations and presenters, whose profiles and works are available for browsing on our website.