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The Ryan International Children’s Festival (RICF) got off to a flying start at Bengaluru

Published On : 03 Nov 2018   |  Reported By : Rons Bantwal

The Ryan International Children’s Festival (RICF) got off to a flying start at the MLR Convention Center in Mahadevapura, Bangalore.

The festival opened to a glittering start and LokayuktaShriSanthoshHegde who was the Chief Guest at the event said, “I am extremely happy and contented to see that this institution is imparting great values to the children. One performance of today's international theatre festival which really stayed with me was the once bonding in a family. It is much needed for today's generation.”

The festival, which is being in held in Bangalore by the Ryan International School, Bangalore from Nov 1 to Nov 3, 2018 has the theme of Brighter Tomorrow. This is aimed at establishing and strengthening the bond between young cultural ambassadors from across the globe.

Various trainers from Czech Republic, Spain, UK, Swaziland, Ethiopia and Zimbabwe have been camping in Bangalore for weeks training over 2,000 children for various performances.

The opening event, which showcased the skills of the students, thrilled the parents and students alike. Various performances which included large props like lotuses and puppets were appreciated by one and all.

Ms Sushminta, parent of Kushali Rain, Grade 8, Ryan Global School, said, “I am attending this for first time. What a wonderful standard of the show! It was beyond all our expectations.”

Priyanka Raju, a student of Grade 10 said, “Apart from all the dance steps, it increased the memory power and things had to be learnt and remembered quickly.”

The festival will have many showcase performances spread over 3 days to thrill the audiences.

Commenting on the event, Madam Grace Pinto, MD, Ryan International, said, ““We strongly believe that performing art is a powerful medium that not only unites cultures but also provides a ready platform for young performers to explore and express their talents and skills in an unfettered manner. Ryan’s International Children Festival just provided this opportunity to our vibrant youngsters. While we thank our Lord Jesus Christ for all his blessings, we are grateful to him for having blessed us with our wonderful stakeholders – parents, staff, students and well wishers who constantly support us to make education equitable, meaningful, and engaging for our students.”

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