Perak’s People of Remarkable Talent (PORT) is working hand in hand with Sekolah Kebangsaan (SK) Tambun to foster more music talent among its students.
To start off the campaign, the two parties signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) at SK Tambun recently. The ceremony which was attended by the manager of PORT, Zamari Muhyi and SK Tambun’s headmaster Che Wa Saad. “We have been working together with the school since 2014 where we brought their singing team to attend various competitions in Kuala Lumpur,” said Zamari Muhyi.
During the affair, PORT with its partner, CK Music donated a Korg Pa600MY keyboard worth RM5000 to the school as an initiative to support the campaign.
“This is the first step taken by PORT to encourage the younger generation to explore the world of music. We hope to work with more schools in Perak in the future,” added Zamari.
PORT and CK Music also plan to donate more musical instruments to the school as well as helping students who have an interest in the field of music including singing and percussion. Aside from the MOU, Zamari added that PORT is currently training its very own marching band for the upcoming Malaysia National Band Competition (NATCOMP) that will be held in Perak in August.