The silent 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 worth the attendance. Classical music is something, people would be keen to listen to, but never get enough of it.
So, focusing on the classical music, Smruti Sangeet Samaroh was organized at Deshpande hall which noticed performance of various renowned artists.
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’ between the beats of tablas and sweet flute sound steeled 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 for her performance.
Mayur Sharma, Award winner in Tabla, Uday Bawalkar who is famous for playing Dhrupad and Niladri Kumar who played Sitar all kept the audience wanting for more with their performance.
Towards the end of the event, we had the first performance by Vighesh Ishwar, Carnatic Vocal Award Winner.
Malhar Band, the first Indian Classical Band, had the audience enjoying the melodious synchronization of music throughout their performance.
It was the performance by the Wadali Bandhu who had all the audience stunned with their performance.
Having these artists in our city and getting a chance to see them perform is a great privilege for the Nagpur Audience. Truly said, Music defines a person, so was the scene observed at the event.