Bolivia musicians perform in Imphal


Pothashang News Service: Imphal, November 7, 2019: A musical concert by Jenny Cardenas and The Bolivian Capihuaras (from Bolivia) on Thursday performed at Manipur Film Development Society auditorium, Palace Compound, Imphal in presence of governor Dr. Najma Heptulla as the chief guest.

Heptulla said organising this kind of musical concert from a foreign country will help in enhancing the popularity of music. The musical concert by the renowned singers of Bolivia will help in exchanging valuable views and promote the diverse cultural activities of the country in general and the sate in particular.

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Music and dance are torch bearers and their studies provide not only a cultural and traditional glimpse of society but also reflect its vast image.  Music brings out the traditional richness and beauty of the people through the language of common and unassuming people, she added.

She expressed her confidence that the ICCR’s endeavor to keep performing various musical concerts will disseminate message to the people of the country as a whole for bringing peace and harmony in the society. She also congratulated Indian Council for Cultural Relations for hosting Latin America Festival in different parts of the country and for presenting the concert in Manipur with collaboration with the department of art and culture. Such kind of cultural exchange programmes will strengthen the relationship between India and rest of the globe, she added.

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The musical event was presented by Indian Council for Cultural Relations, Regional Office, Shillong in collaboration with department of art and culture.

Padmashree Dr Elam Indira Devi and regional director, Indian Council for Cultural Relations, Shillong N. Munish Singh among others attended the concert.


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