Project Prima Volta: Finding Voices Shaping Futures
Project Prima Volta exists to give teenagers the opportunity to find their own voice, through song and in life.
We deliver a range of programmes with singing at the core, bringing young people together with inspiring mentors and giving them skills, knowledge, and confidence to take the stage and put it all to the test. But singing doesn’t just feel good, it does good too. Our programmes connect across social boundaries, remove barriers, overcome social and emotional challenges and create proven positive long-term outcomes for our students and their whānau.
We’re helping build happier, healthier and thriving communities through music.
Still making music in lockdown! 17 September 2021
Despite the on again off again lockdowns of 2020/2021, Project Prima Volta students are finding ways to use their voice in positive ways. Project Prima Volta's most recent project included a collaboration with Fur Patrol Front-woman Julia Deans, who helped guide the students in the recording of their first ever PPV EP. The students' original track 'Rainbows' is a catchy reminder that hope is waiting for all of us. The song made its public debut at our live recording event this past July at the Toitoi Opera House.
Stay tuned for more exciting news from our PPVers, including a summer packed with performance!
Thank you so much for your donation, it means the world to us. You are helping young people to find their voices and enrich their lives. Thanks, from PPV
Thank you so much Amy! What a wonderful Christmas gesture, we are very grateful. Wishing you and yours a fantastic season - thanks for everything you do! :) xxx