We were lucky to hear him play the beautiful melody of the Pūtātara (the sea shell horn) and the Nuguru (whale tooth nose flute).
He told us stories about the Māori goddess of music, Raukatauri. Then it was our turn to make our own musical instrument using clay.
We listened carefully to Jerome's instructions and step by step we created our own Ukutangi; this instrument relates to the music of Papatūānuku, Earth Mother.
Our next step is to keep practicing and hopefully one day we will be able to play the Ukutangi as well as Jerome.