Le Rythme enthralls the music lovers of Delhi
Music lovers of the Capital were left spellbound by the melodious performances at CR Park, New Delhi when musical maestros came together to perform at a two-day festival titled, 'Meri Maa – The Rhythm of India'.
Le Rythme on the occasion of its 10th annual cultural festival, organised this cultural event to encourage the development of soft skills for the underprivileged children and to save girl child.
While on the first day, the audience heard some melodies by Manavendra Maharaj of Rama Krishna Mission, Delhi and Rythme School of Music; Pt. Ronu Majumdar mesmerized everyone with his flute on the second day. That's not all, stalwarts like Mohan veena maestro and Padmabhusan Pt. Vishwa Mohan Bhatt played raga Iman with shehnai maestro Pt. Rajendra Prasanna and tabla maestro Pt Kumar Bose.
Renowned vocalist Rini Mukherjee engaged the audience with her melodious renditions and the song "Leelabali Leelabali" got rich applause from the audience. Later, around forty students, of Rythme School of Music played orchestra with different musical instruments.
The programme ended with the mesmerizing performances of the Chief Guest – renowned playback singer and Minister of State for Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises – Babul Supriyo in the presence of music director, Lalit Pandit.
Subhash Bhadana, the Dy. Chairman of SDMC and Saurabh Bhardwaj, the local MLA expressed their gratitude and pleasure to organize such a magnificent musical event at CR Park, where all the musical maestros performed under one roof. "It's a matter of pride for all of us," said Bhadana as he thanked Rythme School of Music and Le Rythme for organizing the same.
Rajib Mukhapadhyay, Secretary of Le Rythme, mentioned, "It's the prime responsibility of the trust to upgrade the musical skills of the students through skill development programme. We pay special attention to the underprivileged class of the society for a long-term sustainable future and offer them a big platform to showcase their talents. The benefits are manifold. The young generations will inherit the richness of our culture and will drive the same. Music therapy has got incredible value. Anyone, including mentally or physically challenged children, can learn art, music, dance or vocal at a very negligible cost. In turn, in the next few years, they can be the real contributor to the society."