Jade Eru-Vocals



Courtesy UH Library Heritage Collection

Caption: Promising young opera singer Jade Eru with the spoils of her victory. She had won four awards in the August 28 competitions; the Most Outstanding award, and the 18th-century Italian, Vocal Solo, and Modern British Art Song classes.

Printed in greyscale in the ‘Leader’ on September 8, 1999.

Jade has always felt destined for the stage, from a young age competitively singing she developed a love for music, dance and playing the piano. In later years she trained as a classical vocalist through the Conservatorium of Music and set up her own singing school. Furthering her education in Youth Work, Jade enjoys investing her time in mentoring young people and exploring ways of enhancing wellbeing through creative experiences.





Jade has always tried to remain open to all styles of music which has taken her around the world with kapa Haka, to singing the NZ National Anthem on International TV. She has recorded original material with New York Producer Ron Thaler and been a vocalist in numerous bands. More recently Jade has found her calling, singing in a gospel/blues/soul band and developing a duo sound with fellow singer Lynley Christoffersen. Calling themselves “The Tempests”, they are currently working on material for a debut show in early 2018.



Jades album “The Maori Heart” is available on ITunes


Short  introduction of the talents of Jade  Aint no better than you

Jade is also actively involved in the Youthtown team.



Jades album “The Maori Heart” is available on ITunes