CLSU Maestro Singers, Minister of the Korea Forest Service Award Winner

CLSU Maestro

CLSU Maestro Singers, the Central Luzon State University’s pride, once more exhibits their impeccable talents in a perfect balance of singing on a global scale in the recently concluded Virtual Choir Competition in celebration of the 10th Anniversary of the Changwon Initiative. They are set to receive 1,000,000 KRW cash prize from the Minister of the Korea Forest Service Award.

Changwon Initiative, Korea Forest Service, and United Nations Convention, with a purpose to combat desertification and restore degraded lands and forests through a global Virtual Choir Competition and Video Contest category, hosted the said event. At the same time, it highlights the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) 15: Life on Land.

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CLSU Maestro Singers, Minister of the Korea Forest Service Award Winner

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