Published On : Sat, Sep 12th, 2015

Melodies of Smruti Sangeet Samaroh still surging

Cover Photo at the 24th Smruti Sangeet Samaroh in SCZCC Program, Nagpur

Nagpur Today:

The soothing music, fragrance of mogras, beats of the classical instruments, the presence of the renowned artists at the event and people in the Indian attires, made it all worthwhile. Music, the true form of happiness, it is something that keeps your mind in peace, leaving everything behind. It takes you to the different world, a world full of divine happiness, relief, joy, the world where there’s no feel of sorrow, no pain and no complaints. It is just you and divine entity, with your own thoughts. It is said that music is the reason to cheer you up anytime and anywhere. It can take you away from the toughest situation to the state of ecstasy. Classical music is indeed something, people would be keen to listen to.

Sangeet– Singing is the thing which is unique in its own way having several forms. Sangeet can even describe the life of a person, the happenings and the feelings. So, focusing on the classical music, Smruti Sangeet Samaroh was organized at Deshpande hall which witnessed performance of various renowned artists.

Smt. Girija Devi

Smt. Girija Devi

The Samaroh longed for 3 days, with performance of various artists from all over the country. The event initiated with the performance of Aditya Modak who is an award winner for Hindustani Vocal Award, seemed totally dedicated to his classical singing.

The breathless flute performance by Rakesh Chaurasia and the way it ended with the amazing ‘Jugalbandhi’ with tabla and the composition sweet flute sound stole the hearts of people.

Girija Devi, one of the famous vocal artists of the country, who had to face much opposition in her initial days, yet proved herself in the field of singing, had the audience continuously clapping over her performance. Mayur Sharma, award winner of Tabla, Uday Bawalkar who is famous for playing Dhrupad and Niladri Kumar who played Sitar all kept the audience wanting for more.

Towards the end of the event, the audience enjoyed the performance by Vighesh Ishwar, Carnatic Vocal Award Winner. Malhar Band, one of the renowned Indian Classical Bands, had the listeners enjoy the melodious synchronization of music throughout their performance.

It was the performance by the Wadali Bandhu who had the audience enthralled.

Having these artists in our city and getting a chance to see them perform is a great privilege for the Nagpur Audience. Many big wigs of town attended the event.

Justice Prasanna Warale

Justice Prasanna Warale

 

RR Mishra and Piyush Kumar, Director, SCZCC

RR Mishra and Piyush Kumar, Director, SCZCC

 

Anup Kumar

Anup Kumar

 

Basantlal Shaw

Basantlal Shaw

 

Rakesh Chaurasia

Rakesh Chaurasia

 

Vishnu Manohar

Vishnu Manohar

 

Aditya Modak

Aditya Modak

 

Anuradha Pal

Anuradha Pal

 

P S Tiwari, Gopal Betawar, Sadasan Patil, Deepak Kulkarni & Shashank Dande (Organisers)

P S Tiwari, Gopal Betawar, Sadasan Patil, Deepak Kulkarni & Shashank Dande (Organisers)

 

Sandeep Baraskar

Sandeep Baraskar

 

Shashank Dande

Shashank Dande

 

Shweta Shelgaonkar

Shweta Shelgaonkar

 

Nagesh Adgaonkar, Tarun Rohan Lala, Amruta Mogal & Subramanya Sastry

Nagesh Adgaonkar, Tarun Rohan Lala, Amruta Mogal & Subramanya Sastry

Taniya Bageshwar

PICS BY: Atharva Chandorkar