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Call for local musicians to show interest

Felix Chaudhary
Thursday, May 08, 2014

LOCAL musicians are being asked to register their interest to participate in the first Fiji Performing Rights Association Music Awards.

Association executive and renowned musician Seru Serevi said the FPRA Music Awards, formerly known as the Vaka Lutu I Voce Awards was scheduled to be held on July 26 at the Grand Pacific Hotel in Suva.

"The FPRA Music Award is designed to honour, highlight and celebrate the achievements of our local composers, singers and is a must attend event and a major celebration for the whole local music industry," he said.

Serevi said 400 guests were expected to attend and there were 12 awards up for grabs.

"The awards will future 12 categories in total celebrating and rewarding success in every genre of Fijian music."

Nominations for the awards will be launched on May 19.








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