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Bleau Bustenera TAPAC

Congratulations to TAPAC's Bleau Bustenera - Appointed to NZTrio Foundation's Board of Trustees

TAPAC is so proud of our wonderful Education Coordinator Bleau, who's joining the Board of Trustees of the Foundation for NZTrio, the stunning ensemble recognised as a national treasure’.

NZTrio say they're thrilled with her appointment. "Bleau brings a wealth of experience along with her warmth and wit to the table and we look forward to getting stuck in."

Bleau, a cellist, previously worked for the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra with the Sistema Aotearoa programme. As well as managing all of TAPAC's education programmes, she is the Auckland Concert Manager for Chamber Music New Zealand and is also involved in the Executive Committee for the Auckland Youth Orchestra.

Mixit's Online Performing Arts Programme for Refugees, Migrants and Locals (aged 13-22 years)

Saturdays 2.00pm-3.30pm : 23 October - 11 December




Mixit is an awesome opportunity for youth to build community for themselves, as well as practice communication and leadership skills. 

Mixit's Term 4 programme will explore spoken word, poetry and music. Over the course of 7 weeks, you'll  investigate different ways to generate material and work toward communicating your 'voice' to a wider audience. Mixit warmly welcomes you to drop in on a session and have a closer look! 

For more information, visit



Fine Fatale Launch Boosted Campaign!

Fine Fatale is a performing arts collective with the kaupapa to amplify Pasifika and Māori Trans and Queer MVPFAFF artists. They're aiming to fundraise $15,000  to go towards the development of their  recent sell-out season success of “FEVER: Return of the Ula” into a National tour in 2022!

The group says "FEVER: Return of the Ula is a cultural reset that centres queer indigenous bodies. It’s a reclamation of power through our history, ‘her’story and ‘their’story, fulfilling our ancestors’ wildest dreams and beautiful nightmares. To some, this show will be an education, a history lesson, a cute night out with the girls, a kiki, a date night, a laugh. But for girls like us, this is more than that. It’s a reminder, a reference, a reclamation. It’s healing."

You can donate HERE

Rogue Productions - Casting for Toi Time Series 

Rogue Productions (Anika Moa Reunited, Anika Moa Unleashed, Barkley Manor, Erebus, Black Magic..) are casting for a new live action variety-style series for preschoolers.

Toi Time is a 20-episode series for TV2 and will feature Anika Moa and her music.  There are six roles to fill, with a focus on singing, dancing and proficiency in te reo Māori:

The first stage of the audition process will be via a video. 

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Please submit resumes, headshots and audition video to Trish Heard -  [email protected] 

Submissions must be received no later than Friday 29th October 2021.

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