Swaramaliga Music School Celebrated 29th Annual Music Festival

Monday, November 13, 2017

Swaramaliga music school showcased its 29th anniversary edition of their musical journey at Mangaf, Kuwait on the evening of 2nd November 2017. Guru DSS Daisy Rani is an embodiment of dedication and her students presented a carnival of soul stirring Carnatic music with vocal and keyboards. With divine grace, the hall was filled with melody, clarity, raagam and thaalam. The ease with which the students sang was wonderful. It is always a feast to listen to Carnatic music calmly with concentration and most importantly, the parents enjoyed the event thoroughly.





The event was inaugurated by Rev. Father Albert who prayed to God for providing this wonderful opportunity to learn the beautiful art of music. Following this was the prayer song sung by the Guru herself. To make the evening a blessed one, Goddess Saraswati was invoked by lighting the lamp of wisdom and knowledge. The lamp was lit by Mr.Jeyakumar, Mr. Selvam, Mr. Shamsul Hasan, Mr.Siva Shankar, Mr. Sadagoban, Mr. Gopinath, Mr. Suresh and the Chief Guest, Shanta Maria accompanied by Guru DSS Daisy Rani and Rev.Father Albert. The stage was then taken over by Mr. Charles who entertained the audience.







The title music of Swaramaliga was played which was Guru’s father’s own composition and is seen as a tribute to Guru’s father. However, it was a laudable Carnatic concert presentation while remaining firmly rooted in its classical grammar and tradition. The students began playing the Sarali Varisaigal, the genesis of Carnatic music. Students of all age groups were enthusiastic in showcasing their talent. The Geethams , Jathiswaram and English note of the much-heard ragas were then played.





Following this, the song “Mere Ache Baghwan” was played to express their devotion to almighty. Then “Gananaaya Kaaya”, a very beautiful Sanskrit song, sung to praise Lord Ganesha did sound very pleasant and pleasurable to the audience. Then a mesmerizing song “Vedha Vedha Rubini” which was blend of several songs was sung by the students with high spirits .A very famous inspirational song, “Aye maalik tere bandhe hum” was also played which seemed to enthral all present there. This initiative of Guru DSS Daisy Rani had made this event unique and special.





Many students had received shields, medals and certificates for their accomplishments in different levels. The Guru was then honoured by her students as a mark of respect for her hard efforts and sincerity and she presented them with small gifts. The event was a grand success especially because of the coordinated practice sessions and of course, the passion and sincerity of Guru DSS Daisy Rani, who disseminates Carnatic music genre delivered with devotion and finesse to the young generation in Kuwait.

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