Lahore, January 29, 2020 (PPI-OT): The Lahore Arts Council on Wednesday 29th of January evening devoted to the music and held a finale of the singing competition titled “Folk Music Competition” a music talent hunt in which the young generation took immense interest and enthusiastically performed at Alhamra Hall 2 at Arts Centre the Mall.
The “Folk Music Competition” was attended by more than 100 singers from all over Punjab who were auditioned and 15 singers were selected for the final round. Those fifteen singers showcased their musical skills during the finale of “Folk Music Competition” which met a huge round of applause and appreciation from the audience. MPA Punjab Mrs. Mussarat Cheema was the chief guest of the evening and the singer’s like singer and teacher Abdur Rauf, Ustaad Hussain Bakash Gullu and Ustaad Saleem Haider performed the duties of judges in Folk Music Competition”.
On the occasion, Executive Director Lahore Arts Council Ather Ali Khan thanked the jury members and congratulated all the winners, and said that our prime destination is bright and prosperous Pakistan for our future generation. Khan stated regarding the finale that it is a matter of pride for us that our youth is greatly talented in every field of art and highlighting the name of our beloved Pakistan and Alhamra around the world. Alhamra Arts Council is a rich cultural institution and an open platform for everyone who wants to make his / her career in the field of art, so anyone can try their luck in the future to participate in events of Alhamra Arts Council, he added.
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