Performing Arts Competition continues its fourth day

The 23rd Myanmar Traditional Cultural Performing Arts Competition (Central Level) continued at designated venues in Nay Pyi Taw Union Territory yesterday.
Contestants from regions and states participated in the Maha Gita (classic songs) men’s amateur level (second class) event which took place at the Banquet Hall of Myanmar International Convention Centre-II in Nay Pyi Taw.
The modern song contest was held at the Signing Room of MICC-II, participated by contests in the men’s amateur (second class) event and the basic education level men’s (aged 15-20) event and the higher education level women’s event.
At the Plenary Hall of MICC-II, contestants joined the higher education level women’s dancing contest and the basic education level boys’ (aged 10-15) dancing contest.
The marionette play event was held at the Plenary Hall of MICC-II. Contestants from regions and states participated in the amateur level (second class) men’s event and the amateur level (second class) women’s event.
The marionette troupe contest was held at Yinkyayhmu Yadana Hall of the Ministry of Religious Affairs and Culture. Mann Theinga marionette troupe representing Mandalay Region took part in the amateur level (first class) event. Contestants participated in the amateur level (first class) Ramayana drama event at the training theatre of the ministry.
Contestants also joined the amateur level (second class) song composing contest at Yinkyayhmu Yadana Hall of the ministry.
Contestants from regions and states competed in the amateur-level (first class) Dobat (Myanmar tradition drums) contest, students of basic education level (aged 15-20) event, amateur-level (second class) event and higher education level event.
At Mini Theatre of National Museum in Nay Pyi Taw, contestants competed in the amateur-level (second class) men’s xylophone event, amateur-level (second class) women’s event, basic education level men’s and women’s (aged 15-20) events and basic education level girls’ (aged 10-15) event.
Likewise, contestants participated in the amateur-level (first class) men’s violin contest, basic education-level men’s and women’s (aged 15-20) event, basic education-level girls’ (aged 10-15) events, amateur-level men’s (second class) event, amateur-level women’s and men’s (second class), higher education-level men’s and women’s events.
Contestants also took part in the amateur-level men’s (first class) mandolin contest, amateur-level women’s (first class), and basic education level boys’ and girls’ (aged 10-15) events.
These events were watched by Union-level persons, deputy ministers and ethnic affairs ministers of regions and states and officials. — MNA

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