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Celebrating 20 years of Activity!

Photograph published with kind permission from the Philip Jones Griffiths Foundation/Magnum Photos. Catherine Louise Geach, founder teaching Sameth the Tro Sau.

Photograph published with kind permission from the Philip Jones Griffiths Foundation/Magnum Photos. Catherine Louise Geach, founder teaching Sameth the Tro Sau.

Our school is open to visitors on Monday and Tuesday from 2 PM – 5 PM and Friday from 5PM – 7PM

Find us in Kampot town centre, near the Acleda Bank

Donations are most welcome and help our school remain open!

Please kindly respect our children’s privacy by not taking videos or posting photographs on social network.

Thank you

For over 20 years, the Kampot Traditional Music School has been supporting vulnerable and disadvantaged children whilst doing invaluable work in the preservation and restoration of traditional Cambodian performing arts.

Read more about the current situation and how you can help here.

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Welcome to the Kampot Traditional Music School website. Thank you for visiting our online home. On this website you can find information about our music school, our residential and outreach program and about the history of Khmer traditional arts and dance. The Khmer Cultural Development Institute, also known as the Kampot Traditional Music School for Orphaned and Disabled Children, is a non-governmental and non-profit humanitarian organisation dedicated to the care for vulnerable and disadvantaged children and the preservation of Cambodian traditional arts. The school was established in 1994 and serves the needs of the local community in Kampot, a province in the south-west of Cambodia. KCDI was awarded the UNESCO World Decade for Culture in 1995. To read about the latest events and happenings at KCDI, click here.

 

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