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Chinese delegation donates classical instruments to the Seychelles National Conservatoire of Performing Arts

Chinese delegation donates classical instruments to the Seychelles National Conservatoire of Performing Arts (Forimmediaterelease.net) Students of the Seychelles National Conservatoire of Performing Arts have given a visiting Chinese delegation from Henan Province the most pleasurable experience of standard repertoire of classical music.

Transforming the Seychelles National Cultural Centre into a temporary concert hall, the six-member Chinese delegation headed by Mr. Liu Chunliang, the Senior Advisor of the People’s Government of Henan Province, said that it was “heartening to see young Seychellois captivating their audience with majestic sounds that rivaled international orchestras.”

The Seychelles National Conservatoire of Performing Arts has been the beneficiary of more than a hundred pieces of classical music instruments such as the electric piano, the alto saxophone, and violin, all donated by Henan Province in China.

The delegation had come to Seychelles especially to donate this consignment of equipment to the music program of the Seychelles National Conservatoire of Performing Arts.

The signing of a handing over agreement between the Special Advisor to the Minister for Tourism and Culture, Raymonde Onezime, and Liu Chungliang, Senior Advisor of the People’s Government of Henan Province, took place at State House, at the office of Mr. Danny Faure, the Vice President of the Republic of Seychelles. The more than a hundred pieces of musical instruments will cater to the more than 270 students on a waiting list to start musical lessons at the Seychelles National Conservatoire of Performing Arts.

Liu Chungliang said that this first consignment of musical instruments donation from Henan Province will further enhance “mutual cooperation and bilateral relationships between Seychelles and China.”

The Director of National Conservatoire of Performing Arts, Pierre Joseph, said that the donation of musical instruments will help the progress of students taking up classes in string and in wind instruments.

He said that this donation to the Seychelles National Conservatoire of Performing Arts came at an opportune time for the school which is putting greater emphasis on string and wind instruments.

The Chinese delegation was on a one-day mission in Seychelles. The delegation is set to leave Seychelles on Friday.

PHOTO: Chinese delegation from Henan Province taken by student of National Conservatoire of Performing Arts violin performance / Photos from Seychelles Ministry of Tourism and Culture

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