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Dama Music Theatre has introduced a creative arts project for actors, singers and musicians.
Dama Music Theatre provides a platform for creative art lovers to learn and progress.
YOUNG performers who are keen to develop their talents are in for a treat as Dama Music Theatre has introduced a creative arts project for actors, singers and musicians.
The SPB Dama Young Artist project, launched in conjunction with the organisation’s 20th anniversary celebration, aims to increase the knowledge, skill and creativity among young people in creative arts.
The programme – separated to music and theatre categories – is a nine-month course available to performers aged 18 to 30.
The programme, supported by the National Culture and Arts Department, will place participants in an environment where they learn and train in groups. Participants will also get to build their own ensembles and quartets to train and perform.
At the end of the course, the SPB Dama Young Artist participants will collaborate to produce the Hansel And Gretel musical for their graduation ceremony, which will be open to public.
>> The SPB Dama Young Artist (music project) will conduct its final auditions on Jan 15 and 19. For enquiries, e-mail email@example.com or call 03-6201 9108.
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