Bharatiya Vidya Bha­van cel­e­brates ‘Swara Sand­hya’

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The ex­cep­tional school of Kuwait basks yet again a novel and noble cause, as it tra­verses in its de­cen­nial year of its ex­is­tence in the Mid­dle East with its launch of mu­si­cal ex­trav­a­ganza on Fri­day, 16th De­cem­ber 2016 at the SIS au­di­to­rium in Jleeb Al Shy­oukh with the vi­sion to nur­ture the phil­har­monic lovers with qual­ity mu­sic and help the un­der­priv­i­leged by soul­ful mu­sic through mu­sic ther­apy.

The unique col­lab­o­ra­tion of In­dian Ed­u­ca­tional School and Smart In­dian School won huge plau­dits from the vis­i­tors as they chris­tened SWARA SAND­HYA with an en­deavor to train and form Bha­vans Band and to fa­cil­i­tate and fe­lic­i­tate the un­sung heroes. As rightly said “we make a liv­ing by what we get but we make a life by what we give”, the Bha­vans fam­ily proves it to be a pro­pi­tious one in this age of meta­mor­pho­sis.

The light­ing of the cer­e­mo­nial lamp con­jointly per­formed by the le­gend and the vi­sion­ary Chair­man N.K. Ra­machan­dran Menon, the Prin­ci­pals and Vice-Prin­ci­pals of IES and SIS, marked the sig­nif­i­cance and solem­nity of the oc­ca­sion. Mr Ma­hesh Iyer Prin­ci­pal, SIS, proudly in­tro­duced the host of the evening - Mr Prem Ku­mar, Prin­ci­pal, IES who later in­tro­duced the co-host Ms Meenakshi, HOD - So­cial Science, IES on stage who re­ceived thun­der­ous ap­plauses in­ter­mit­tently as they gave the au­di­ence the most far-reach­ing crescendo in pre­sent­ing a cre­ative an­chor­ing.

The land­mark achieved the largest au­di­ence ever for a live-streamed event. This opera wit­nessed mu­sic artists in the mak­ing of the fu­ture singers. The pro­gram paved its own unique plat­form to dis­play young dandy artists and to em­power at­ten­dees with pos­i­tive and sup­port­ive mes­sages so as to send the same to the fam­ily of all ages. The com­mend­able con­tri­bu­tion of par­ent com­mu­nity left the fac­ulty of Bha­vans in awe. The teach­ing fra­ter­nity kept the flag fly­ing high as they equally con­trib­uted to the rhap­sodic and eu­pho­nious en­ter­tain­ment. The con­cert­go­ers truly en­joyed them­selves as they re­mem­bered lis­ten­ing to good old days karaoke based mu­sic and some con­tem­po­rary songs in Tamil, Malay­alam, Hindi and English with an amal­ga­ma­tion of so­los and duet. The seam­less blend­ing was in­deed a howl­ing suc­cess.

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