23rd Myanmar Traditional Performing Arts Competition continues

The Myanmar Traditional Performing Arts Competition continued for the third day in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday morning. Contestants from Rakhine, Kachin and Shan states and Taninthayi, Bago, Sagaing, Yangon, Mandalay, Magway and Ayeyawady regions participated in “Maha Gita” singing competitions at women’s amateur level (second class), and contestants from Bago, Yangon, Sagaing, Mandalay and Taninthayi regions and Shan and Kayin states took part in basic education level boy’s (aged 10 to 15)event. These competitions were held in the Banquet Hall of the Myanmar International Convention Centre II.
Modern song competitions at women’s (amateur-level first class) for men’s higher education level and basic education level for women’s aged 15 to 20 were held in the Signing Room of the Myanmar International Convention Centre II.
Ngapada Akkhaya (five-stanza Jataka of Marionette play competition (amateur level first class), the Ramayana of mario nette competition (amateur level first class), the Myanmar Folk dance competition (amateur level first class) for men, (amateur level second class) for women and basic education level competition for girls aged 10 to 15 were held in the Plenary Hall of the MICC II.
Higher education level song composing competitions and amateur level (first class) composing competitions were held in the Yinkyayhmu Yadana Hall of the Ministry of Religious Affairs and Culture.
Myanmar orchestra troupe competitions for basic education level women (aged 15 to 20), (amateur level first class) for women and amateur level (first class) for men were held in the Wunzin Min Yaza Hall of the National Museum (Nay Pyi Taw).
Myanmar solo orchestra competitions (amateur level second class) for women, basic education level for girls (aged 10 to 15), higher education level for women and higher education level for men were held at the training theatre of the Ministry of Religious Affairs and Culture.
Xylophone competitions (amateur level first class) for men, (amateur level first class) for women, basic education level for boys (aged 10 to 15) and higher education level for men’s women’s events were held at the Mini Theatre of the National Museum (Nay Pyi Taw).
Mandolin competitions (amateur level second class) for men and women, higher education level for men, and basic education level for men and women (aged 15 to 20) took place in the News Briefing Room of the MICC II.
State-level officials, ministers for Ethnic Affairs and ministers for Social Affairs of regions and states, advocates-general, officials from relevant departments, artistes and those interested watched the competitions. — MNA

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