HBK sponsors talent

Mere Samisoni and members of her management team with FPRA board members who are organisers of the nations annual music awards. Picture: LICE MOVONO

Mere Samisoni and members of her management team with FPRA board members who are organisers of the nations annual music awards. Picture: LICE MOVONO

Update: 3:20PM MUSIC aids in the teaching of skills and so it is important to support those whose talent is in creating it.

Member of Parliament and founder of the Hot Bread Kitchen (HBK) group Mere Samisoni this morning called on other corporate organisations to support composers of music as she gave a cheque for $10,000 to the Fiji Performing Rights Association (FPRA).

Ms Samisoni said the HBK supported initiatives which showcased God given talent because she believed “talent should not be buried”.

She said this was the ethos of the chain of bread shops which she founded.

FPRA board member Seru Serevi said the funds, which was initially meant to be $5000 would fund the main category, the Best Composition Award of the FPRA Music Awards to be held on May 12.

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