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St kitts: Ministry of Youth Empowerment organizes Cultural Exchange Program from 14 to 18 Jan

St Kitts and Nevis Ministry of Youth Empowerment has recently extended their way to announce that a Youth Cultural Exchange Program is all set to be organized by a prominent International Music Camp in the region of North Dakota coming summer for the students interested in music between the age group of 14-18.

St Kitts and Nevis:

St Kitts and Nevis Ministry of Youth Empowerment has recently extended their way to announce that a Youth Cultural Exchange Program is all set to be organized by a prominent International Music Camp in the region of North Dakota coming summer for the students interested in music between the age group of 14-18.

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As per the recent updates, it has been reported that the initiated music camp will provide several opportunities to the music students, which will enhance their love and knowledge regarding the cultural music of the nation. Said, officials.

 In addition, the hosting organization of the music camp is a well-established and leading summer school of the fine arts in the region of North America which is located at the International Peace Garden on the geographical border between the United States of America and Canada.

During the music camp period, the students interested in learning and improving their musical understanding will learn from highly qualified teachers and mentors. The students will also learn the practices to enhance their abilities in specific genres and increase their comprehension of the different genres and art styles.   

Furthermore, the camp’s purpose is to encourage the development of a greater understanding among the world’s youth using music as the universal language. Over 150 of the finest Artist-Teachers and Guest Conductors will provide an enriching musical experience through master classes, music theory, private lessons and full ensemble rehearsals.

Additionally, the Ministry of Youth Empowerment will follow a selection process to choose two students between the ages of 14-18 who are outstanding and capable in the respective field of music and melody for this rewarding opportunity that covers the areas of Band, Musical Theatre, Choir, Piano, Guitar, Jazz Band, Vocal Jazz and Orchestra.

Moreover, the officials from the Ministry of Youth Empowerment have also mentioned their official website called youth@gov.skn and encouraged the students to register by filling out the form along with their name and contact information with the subject” International Music Camp”.

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In the end, the Ministry of Youth Empowerment has also mentioned the deadline date for the submission process as March 1st 2023. Interested individuals will go through an interview process before two students are selected.

Selected individuals should have a United States Visa and be available to travel during July. Please note that the Ministry of Youth Empowerment in St. Kitts are solely responsible for the final selection of the two chosen students from St. Kitts or Nevis.

 

Tariq Saeed

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