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Symphony's EUODD Fourth Audition, Hyderabad

Symphony's EUODD events in twin cities

(Economically backward, underprivileged, Orphans, Destitutes, Disabled) "Ability is of no value without opportunity"

Symphony Academy of Music is a well established music institute imparting training and placements to music lovers for the past 20 years.
Our unique program "Symphony's EUODD" focuses on improving lives of poor children, by giving them hope, confidence; avoid depression, fear, loneliness, giving the opportunity to learn music and dance, to create placements based on their caliber. Our programs support development and opportunities that prepare them for success. As children grow, our support changes them to enhance their progress towards becoming capable of contributing to their respective communities.

The competition is broadly divided into 4 areas namely singing, instrumental, dance and drawing & painting. The auditions are conducted on four weekends First Audition (8th & ) Second Audition (15th & 16th) Third Audition (22nd & 23 rd), Fourth Audition (29th & 30th) of June, 2013 respectively from 8.00 AM to 8.00 PM. Once their talent is identified, their skills are molded into fine tuning for a year, free of cost and in turn they come out with flying colors to attend the examination conducted by the Telugu University, Gandharva Mahavidyalaya and Trinity Music College, London.

We would release audio & video CDs related to the competitions at a gala function, which is planned to take place in the 2'd week of August, 2013 to boost their confidence

Our ultimate goal is to recognize their talent & encourage them in the area (singing, instrumental, dance and drawing & painting) of their interest and guide them to proper sponsors so that they can build their career and survive in the present day competitive world.
We hope you join hands with us to make this endeavor a grand success. (Note: Admission is free. No fee will be collected from any student. Prizes are given to the deserving candidates.)
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