Pittsburgh Performance Project is a competitive performing ensemble. P3 strives to provide its cast members with the opportunity for growth in color guard, twirl and dance training, as well as choreography, education and performance.
~ Pittsburgh Performance Project aims to educate, entertain, engage, enrich & evolve ~
Pittsburgh Performance Project cast members experience what it is like to create in a real-world studio setting
and perform competitively and non-competitively.
Pittsburgh Performance Project provides its cast members with the opportunity to:
- Learn more about color guard, twirling and dance as a performing and artistic medium
- Train for a heightened level of technical understanding and strength
- Gain valuable knowledge about the choreographic, design and education process
- Experiment with the development of personal choreography in a safe and educational environment
- Perform and compete
Since 1997, Pittsburgh Performance Project has existed to offer young people a quality educational and performance experience in color guard, dance and twirl. P3 participation helps develop cast members into culturally enriched, caring, motivated, responsible and goal-oriented adults.
Pittsburgh Performance Project has consistently set new standards in the pageantry arts while maintaining an extremely positive cast membership experience.
Currently, the group thrills and inspires younger performers and audiences at local shows hosted by Three Rivers Winter Ensemble Association and the Tournament Indoor Association.
If you are interested in becoming a part of Pittsburgh Performance Project, please take a moment and fill out the registration form.