The music program that began in Hari Kul's humble drum shop in Lalitpur has expanded into the newly-founded Musica Music Institute. The new, expanded program, established by brothers Dinesh and Mahesh Nakarmi, has access to computers, the ability to introduce recording classes and is hosting public performances so the students can showcase what they’ve learned.
The program, located in Laliptur District, Nepal, is led by seven talented teachers, including former Hari Kul student, Lama Maya. Over forty students attend music classes in vocals, keyboard, guitar and drums.
The Musica Music Institute is already establishing itself as a source of inspiration and creative expression for Nepali youth. We’re excited about the new possibilities this program will bring.
A great example of the impact this program is already having on its students is the talented Anu. Anu has been participating in the program over the past year and is already developing a strong stage presence combined with a powerful voice. She took center stage during the 2014 PFC Day concert in Laliptur and made a significant impression on her local community.
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LIFE IN THE COMMUNITY
Lalitpur sub-metropolitan city, popularly known as Patan, is one of the most vibrant cities of Nepal. It is located 5 kilometers south-east of Kathmandu and its urban history dating back to as far as 2300 years. Lalitpur is simple, but full of tourists during the high season. The daily life in the city can be busy and bustling most days, with customers visiting the many local shops and families either taking their children to school or joining for prayer at a temple in the famous and beautiful, Patan Dubar Square. The city is also renowned the world over for its traditional Nepali art and craftsmanship, and has been home to a number of famous artists and master craftsmen that produce beautiful thangka paintings, jewelry, and metalworks, to name a few.
An amazing talent that brings the house down with every performance at PFCF's Musica Music Institute . Her first music memory is the Guns N' Roses classic "Sweet Child Of Mine." We are pleased to have her join the PFC team and bring such inspiration to us.