ISLAMABAD, Oct 18 (APP):National Institute of Folk and Traditional Heritage (Lok Virsa) Open Mic on Thursday resumed weekly auditions for new talent at Mai Bhagi Hall.
Open Mic at Lok Virsa serves as an academy to a growing base of young, amateur singers from the twin cities. Harnessing their talent and confidence, the Open Mic platform gives opportunity to it’s rising stars to perform on various other stages, said In-charge of the Open Mic.
Naeem Fatima is the coordinator for the programme. Lok Virsa started this programme to provide a platform to the emerging singers from all genres.
Talking to APP Naeem Fatima said that the idea was to promote those who are eager to sing, but do not have an opportunity or proper platform. She said that Lok Virsa started this programme to provide an opportunity to the upcoming singing stars to perfect their performances in front of a crowd.
Naeem Fatima said that all those who think they have the talent of singing can contact us. Not only certificates were distributed among the singers, but they were also provided the opportunity to sing at different forums.
Lok Virsa Open Mic programme is the first step to discover the melodious voices. This will continue and at every Thursday Lok Virsa will conduct auditions and Sunday will be the day of performance.