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KUALA LUMPUR: Cempaka Group of Schools celebrated its 30th anniversary at the Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club here recently.

Guests, students and music enthusiasts enjoyed the presentation, An Enchanting Evening, by well-known Italian opera singer Leonardo De Lisi. The performance was followed by a tantalising Italian buffet spread.

Cempaka Schools founder-cum- mentor Datuk Frieda Pilus was on hand to welcome Italian ambassador Mario Sammaritino, and wife, Federico.

As a premier private school in the country, Cempaka offers an extensive programme that includes performing arts and sports.

De Lisi, from Florence, Italy, was here to teach Cempaka students to appreciate the beauty of opera and give them vocal lessons on opera and voice projection.

(From left) Wong Wai Leng, Richard Y.W. Yeoh and Aime Mastiana.

(From left) Dr. Ahmad Marzio, Y.K. Lim and V. Jeyaratnam.

(From left) Farah Salizah Tun Ahmad Sarji, Alia Alias, Kek Lee Tek and Rajini Mylvaganam.

(From left) Aiman A. Marzio, Joaan Foo, Chi Mei and Byran Dewitt.

Shaik Rizal (left) and Hani Yang.

(From left) Raianna Abdul Rahman, Nuri Ibrahim, Angel Lee and Mei Lee.

(From left) Yvonne Leong, Raphael Hamzah and Cathy Wong.

(From left) Kevin Choo, Sufiyan Abas, Fadzilah Pilus, Nik Elani Nik Aminaldin and Iris Choo.

(From left) Mario Sammaritino, Federico Sammaritino and Leonardo De Lisi. Pix by Annie Nathan

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