ISLAMABAD, Jul 12 (APP): Pakistan National Council of the Arts (PNCA) has started summer music classes for children to boost their extra skill besides their regular studies.
An official of the PNCA said that these classes will be held three days a week from Monday to Wednesday in the morning at the National Arts Gallery.
He said the programme is regular feature aiming to provide opportunity to the children to explore their hidden talent through artistic activities during summer vacations.
He said that six-week music classes would conclude on August 18.
He said that children aging 6-16 years are participating in the classes.
He said that the classes would give healthy activity to the students during summer holidays as well as provided them an opportunity to explore their hidden talents.
“Music classes were comprised of three courses including singing, guitar and key board, being held three days a week with the duration of two hours,” he said.
On completion of course, certificates will be distributed among the participants.
On outstanding performances, prizes would also be given during workshop to the participants.