The Youth Festival - Colours of India, a Musical Carnival

Youth Festival Colours India Musical Carnival Kamani Auditorium Mandi House Creative

Entry: Free (Seating on First-Come First-Served Basis)

Venue: Kamani Auditorium, Copernicus Marg, Mandi House, New Delhi-110001
Venue Info: About | Map | Nearest Metro Station - 'Mandi House (Blue Line and Violet Line) Exit Gate - 4'
Area: Mandi House

Event Description: !!On The Eve of 157th Birth Anniversary of Swami Vivekanand!! 

Le Rythme & Rythme School of Music Present 14th Annual Cultural Conclave, The Youth Festival - Colours of India, a Musical Carnival

Performances by: 

-Sounds of Heaven by legendary Singer Padmabhushan Begum Parween Sultana, Ustad Akram Khan in Tabla & Dr. Vijay Mishra in Harmonium shehnai & Flute Maestro Pt, Rajendra Prasanna

- Bharat Natyam by  Ganesha Natyalaya – Padmabhushan Guru Saroja Vaidyanathan

- The Mystical Forest by sandhya- Contemporary Guru Santosh Nair  

- Colours of Bengal by Rytheme School of Music – young artist & discipline of Renowned Singer Rini Mukherjee

About The Youth Festival- Colours of India:

 The Youth Festival- Colours of India is a Musical Carnival. Cultural Conclave and Live performance by legendary of Music songs and classical Dance organized by Ly Rytheme and Rythme School of Music.

Le Rythme Music Academy will organise 14th Annual Cultural Conclave, a classical music evening, on January 4, 2020, called “The Youth Festival- Colours of India”. This event will commemorate 157th birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda. The conclave has performances by music stalwarts such as Padma Bhushan Vocal Maestro Begum Parween Sultana, Tabla Maestro Ustad Akram Khan, Sangeet Natak Akademi Awardee Rajendra Prasanna and Contemporary Dance Legend Santosh Nair.

The event will have 320 students from Le Rythme perform in the memory of legendary Guru Pdt Jwala Prasad. In an attempt to create awareness on climate change, 65 students will play the orchestra.“150 children will take an oath to save the environment through the reduction of plastic use, keep the city clean, efforts of afforestation and support the nation to fight against climate change,” said Rini Mukherji, Director of Le Rythme Music Academy. The conclave will have dignitaries from the national capital.

Le Rythme has supported students from less privileged communities who are being trained by 20 eminent Gurus of the country. The academy has focused on the integration of different forms of Indian dance and music for over the years.

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