KATHMANDU, Feb 15: Nepal Music School celebrated its 7th anniversary and Saraswatii Puja at the school premises on Friday. Renowned musicians, like Kali Prasad Rijal and Shila Bahadur Moktan, were present to honor the double festivity. Students offered musical performances for the audience, and were also joined in by their teachers.
Two welcome songs ushered in the occasion, and were followed by a classical dance performance. There was an equal mix of both eastern and western musical influences, as students presented all genres of songs and music for the audience. From a melodious rendition of popular singer Astha B’s ‘Ma ta ekkaisau sadi ki keti hu’, to a soulful tribute to Narayan Gopal and then a drum led instrumental rock performance, the event was enjoyable for everyone.
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Singer and composer Amber Gurung presents a token of appreciation to a teacher during the 7th anniversary celebration of Nepal Music School on Friday.
Ambar Gurung was the chief guest for the event and true to his passion for music, he told the students, “A true musician is one who learns music from the heart.” Further, he advised them to make the most of the opportunity to learn.
At the same occasion, students were also presented with certificates of merit.
After going through the school’s list of programs and recent achievements, Principal Iman Bikram Shah, concluded the event by talking about the school’s “commitment to promote music education.”