Hyderabad

Young artistes leave audience spellbound

SHOWCASING TALENT: A student performing at the drum festival at HariharaKala Bhavan, on Saturday. Photo: R. K. Balachander Goud

SHOWCASING TALENT: A student performing at the drum festival at HariharaKala Bhavan, on Saturday. Photo: R. K. Balachander Goud  

Musee Musical School of Music organises drum festival

Their nimble hands worked magic and made many tap their feet. Showcasing their talent on drums and other percussion instruments, students aged eight and above kept the audience at Hari Hara Kala Bhavan here on Saturday engrossed for over an hour with their lively and peppy beats.

Each student was allowed to play two scores and that was sufficient for many students to showcase their ability.

As they continued to play one after the other, the audience stayed spellbound and cheered for the participants.

The event was organised by Musee Musical School of Music as part its drum festival ‘Cadence’.

About 35 students from the school preformed during the drum fest.

The fest featured musical performance on various kinds of drums.

The objective was to provide a platform for youngsters to showcase their talent.

Certification exam

The program was entirely conducted by the youngsters from Musee Musical, G.S. Rajesh from Musee Musical School of Music said.

These students will also appear for certification exams at Trinity College of London next month, he informed.

National Coordinator, Trinity College, Haricharan Das was the chief guest for the function while J. Jaya Ratna of Ratnalaya School of Music and Orchestra, Chennai was the guest of honour. of the programme.

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