| Jasrinder Kaur | Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia | 9 Nov 2015 | Asia Samachar |
By Jasrinder Kaur
SGGS Kirtan Academy will hold intensive tabla and waja classes from 23 Nov to 31 Dec at its centre in Sentul, Kuala Lumpur.
The classes, coinciding with the year-end school holidays, caters for both beginners and those with basic kirtan skills.
“This will be an intensive teaching-learning experience. The classes will be tailored to fit the students,” Master Manmeet Singh, who will be handing the classes, tells Asia Samachar.
Centre manager Chamkaur Singh said kirtan is beautiful and a great skill to have.
“Singing is a good channel for a child to release daily and emotional stress. What more than in a manner that shows praise and gratitude to God and Guru,” he said.
The classes will be held according to student time availability from Mondays to Sundays. Each student must sign up for a minimum of three classes a week. fee for the one-to-one learning session is RM25 per hour.
Contact details: Chamkaur Singh (019.2257394) or Master Manmeet Singh (011.33859097).
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