Luanda — The general director of Kaposoka School Complex, Pedro Fançony, announced Thursday, in Luanda, the intention to train 120 children in each province of the country, in a total of 2.160 nationwide, in various domains of music and civility, starting in the second semester of 2013.
Speaking to ANGOP, during the offering of two pianos delivered by the government of Japan to Kaposoka Symphony Orchestra, the official said that the project comes from a guideline of the President of the Republic, José Eduardo dos Santos, aimed to discover new talents in the country.
According to Pedro Fançony, the criterion for selection of students is done in public primary schools, covering more children of needy families.
The official manifested satisfaction at the fact that the institution will receive more support from other institutions. The school has 620 children trained in various music domains.
The Japanese ambassador, Ryozo Myoi, said the Japanese government granted the donation of two pianos worth about 3 million kwanzas.
The memorandum of donation was signed by the Japanese ambassador, Ryozo Myoi, and the director of the school, Pedro Fançony in the presence of the minister of Culture, Rosa Cruz e Silva.