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  • What is PPV?     16 October 2016
    Posted by: Project Prima Volta

    Hear from the students themselves what PPV means to them

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  • We're on our way!     2 February 2014
    Posted by: Project Prima Volta

    ??Thanks to everyone so far for their very generous donations! The PPV team has been very busy - having perfected their version of the Marriage of Figaro - known as 'Figaro hooks up' and have been touring it to schools. It's been tiring but they are loving it! Click the link below to see the team thanking one of our sponsors Greenmeadows New World! https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151864232671956&set=a.10151864232661956.1073741826.534956955&type=1&theater

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  • See the PPV kids in action! New photos uploaded     24 January 2014
    Posted by: Project Prima Volta

    Rehearsals are in full swing - the kids are creating a 15 minute version of the Marriage of Figaro, but in their own unique style... with street dance, puzzling, singing and acting. It's incredible to see them letting go of inhibitions and working as a tight unit. The first performance is on 29th January at Woodford House in Havelock North, so the pressure is on to get it right! After a number of schools performances, PPV has been invited to perform at the MTG (Museum Theatre Gallery) in Napier. Watch this space for further updates!

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  • Project Prima Volta - Igniting the spark     22 January 2014
    Posted by: Project Prima Volta

    Listen to our mission to engage young people through music, and inspire them by letting them create a 15 minute version of an opera next to the professionals. We need your help to make this a reality!

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  • We're live!     21 January 2014
    Posted by: Project Prima Volta

    Hello! We're excited to be live on givealittle, and hope you enjoy learning about our mission to support young people in NZ through music. From the Prima Volta team

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