Lok Virsa to organize special evening with emerging child artists

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ISLAMABAD, July 26 (APP): National Institute of Folk and Traditional Heritage (Lok Virsa) will organize special evening with emerging child folk artists of the country in second week of August.

The event aims to discover new talent in the field of folk
music.

Executive Director Lok Virsa Dr. Fouzia Saeed told APP that
children had a great potential to express their creativity.

She said that Lok Virsa was making efforts to inculcate
knowledge about our culture and music in the younger generation, who was the future of the country.

“It is an effort on the part of Lok Virsa to sow the seeds of
pluralistic society in the youth of Pakistan. We believe that it
will serve to provide an orientation to children about our rich
musical heritage,” she said.

She said that it would also contribute towards creating
ownership among children regarding Pakistan’s cultural heritage besides reaffirming our identity of being multi-cultural and pluralistic country.

Dr. Fouzia said that it focused on diversity within provinces
and served to afford an opportunity to the masses to witness authentic folk musical and cultural entertainment besides buying traditional items on affordable prices.

A large number of people from different walks of life will
attend the event and enjoy the performances of child singers.