Tagata Pasifika

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Vince Harder VPMA16 Full Performance – Tagata Pasifika

NZ Music Commission Best Pacific Male Artist and Niu FM Best Pacific Urban Artist: Vince Harder Facebook: www.facebook.com/tagatapasifikapage/ Twitter: www.twitter.com/tagpas Web: http://tvnz.co.nz/tagata-pasifika

Malcolm Lakatani – Polyfest vital for preservation of Pacific Language and Culture.

Pacific artist, teacher of music and Niue language advocate Malcolm Lakatani on the importance of Polyfest to young Pacific people in the 21st century.

Pasefika Proud PMA 2013 extended Performances Part 2 – Part 3

Tagata Pasifika Special: We continue honouring Pacific Women in Music with more extended performances from the 2013 Pasefika Proud Pacific Music Awards featuring –Grace Ikenasio, Victor Hawkins-Sulfa, Peta Si’ulepa and all accompanied by Lance Su’a, Tomorrow People, Swiss, and the gorgeous group MaVelle with The Levites.

Next week Annie Crummer at a World Music Festival

Next week Annie Crummer at a World Music Festival Tagata Pasifika TVNZ 14 June 2012

Te Vaka recording music in Auckland

Te Vaka recording music in Auckland Tagata Pasifika TVNZ 25 Aug 2011 – Te Vaka – Sydney based World Music phenomenon Te Vaka have been in Auckland mixing their 7th album. Tagaloatele Osone Okesene caught up with them – only to find out, that change is in the air for the group

Nesian Mystik and upcoming Asian Tour Tagata Pasifika TVNZ 12 Nov 2009 wmv

Nesian Mystik and upcoming Asian Tour Tagata Pasifika TVNZ 12 Nov 2009 wmv

Nesian Mystik and Deceptikonz finish after 10 years in the music industry

Nesian Mystik and Deceptikonz finish after 10 years in the music industry Tagata Pasifika 19 Aug 2010 TVNZ Tangata Pacifica Pasifica.mpg

Part 1 of 2 Walk the Talk Week 12 Tagata Pasifika 9 Dec 2010

Part 1 of 2 Walk the Talk Week 12 Tagata Pasifika 9 Dec 2010.mpg

TP+ Polyfest Launch 2018

ASB Polyfest 2018 was officially launched on Tuesday by Associate Minister for Pacific Peoples Hon. Carmel Sepuloni. We caught up with some of the students set to perform in the world's largest Polynesian Festival!