PNCA offers music training for music lovers

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Pakistan National Council of the Arts (PNCA) has invited applications for classes of Music to impart training of basic music to the music lovers.

The six months course is to start from March 1, 2017 and training will be imparted in singing, Key board, Guitar and Violin.

The lower age limit for admission is twelve years and admission forms can be obtained from PNCA Office Islamabad or can be download from PNCA website wwww.pnca.org.pk.

PNCA to organize stage play ‘Jungle Mangal’

The PNCA will also organize a two-day stage play “Jungle Mangle” from February 14 to 16, as part of PNCA’s activities to introduce the trend of theater in Twin Cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi and promote the concept of thoughtful theater.

Talking to the state-run news agency, an official of the PNCA said that the play ‘Jungle Mangal’, is written by Dr. Fouzi Farooq.

The PNCA official said that the stage plays an important role in highlighting and resolving social issues with correction of society through humour, thoughtful and artistic expressions.

The official said that stage drama is a strong medium of education which plays an important role in transforming the societies with reflection and identification of social evils.

Besides giving quality entertainment, the event will also promote healthy activities among the youngsters and revive the concept of theater in the Twin Cities with theme of promoting peace love and harmony.