ISLAMABAD, 20 Sep — Music and art classes are in full swing here at Pakistan National Council of Arts (PNCA) which aims to attract the aspirants of music and arts.
The classes of sitar, singing, calligraphy, flute, violin, singing instruments and calligraphy that began at PNCA under the supervision of various maestrous attracted young aspirants in the performing arts.
Well-known professionals and master craftsmen in various specialized music and crafts provide training to registered participants in PNCA.
According to an official, the classes are now in full swing as new students are going to register themselves every day.
He said Ahmed Niazi was appointed for the singing classes, for Amir Hussain Khan for the sitar training, while Jhangir Saghar for violin, Salman Adil for flute and Shabir Ahmed for calligraphy.
He said the aspirants are very interested in different forms of singing, including classical, sufi and jazz.
He said these classes are offered by various master musicians and calligraphers to nurture their learning skills in music and art.
He said any citizen can participate in these classes but strict SOPs will be followed with social distance.