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Beat2Beat: Unique music, dance competition for the spl challenged & Govt school students on July 16

Beat2Beat: Unique music, dance competition for the spl challenged & Govt school students on July 16

Mangalore Today News Network

Mangaluru, July 14, 2017: ‘The Music for Change Trust’ a non-governmental organization to hold ‘Beat2Beat’ an  unique music and dance competition for the specially challenged children and Government school students of ‘Music for Change’ on 16th of July at 6pm at Forum Fiza Mall Auditorium.


Beat2Beat is a unique music and dance competition where students have been mentored by professional singers and dancers and after preparing for a month, will be performing with them  to compete against each other in two categories. It will also feature special performances by well renowned Mangalorean band and semi-finalists of India’s Got Talent Rhapsody Out Loud (ROL) along with various dance crews from around Mangalore.

The aim of the event is to raise awareness about the importance of music and dance in the development of children whether it is personal, social or academic, said a release.

‘Music for Change’ has been teaching specially-able, physically disabled and economically backward children in Mangalore since its inception in 2014. After conducting dance classes twice every week with professionals at St Agnes Special School, Chethana Child Development Centre and music classes at Swaroopa Adhyayana Kendra and Mannagudda Government School, our students will be displaying their talents, hard work and dedication at Beat2Beat.

The Chief Guests of the event will be Mangalore South Constituency MLA   JR Lobo, Allegro Ventures India Chairman and CREDAI President DB Mehta and Kanara Chamber of Commerce President Jeevan Saldanha.

Music for Change was started by Arjun John DSouza, Entrepreneur and Ashish Jason Palanna, Musician and is run by Leona Aranha.

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