The Aryans School Organised Annual Concert
other commendable performances namely a dance show on the theme Melody - The Bridge of Harmony and a drama on the classic fairy tale Sleeping Beauty. The students also paid tribute to Rabindranath Tagore to define music as a means to bring unity in diversity, on the tune of Jogoth Jure Udaar Shure. The concert was mesmerising with a musical fiesta on the melodious compositions of Hemanta Mukhopadhyay, Kishore Kumar, Salil Chowdhury, Lata Mangeshkar to name a few. This was followed by the dramatic rendition of Rabindranath Tagore's Tasher Desh. The audience was further surprised by a dance presentation on a musical piece composed by the dance exponent, Uday Shankar and a play on
News Desk, News Nation 360 : The Aryans School hosted their most awaited event Annual Concert 2019 in the esteemed presence of Bratya Basu, Minister of Science, Technology and Bio-Technology, Govt. of West Bengal at Rabindra Bhavan, Khardah recently. Keka Mallik, Principal, The Aryans School and the members of the advisory council along with school management were also present at the occasion. The first performance of the day was Ganesh Vandana. The toddlers of Prarambh enthralled the audience with the enactment of the children’s tale Little Red Riding Hood. There were
English saga The Selfish Giant. The programme ended with an energetic performance on the burning issue of the crisis of water in the 21st century and the plight of the common man. With the theme of Solstice Soiree, this edition of the cultural extravaganza initiative witnessed more than 400 students celebrated and cherished the rhythm of classical music, dance, drama and Sanskrit slokas with precision and poise to set a festive mood. Speaking on the occasion, Keka Mallik, Principal, The Aryans School said that she is very proud to be a part of this family and nurture talents among the students for several years. The concert aimed to portray the ethos and fundamental ideals of this pioneer educational institution laid down by the founder S.L. Dugar. The students upheld the essence of the school emblem - character, culture and conscience through various cultural presentations. The programme turned out to be quite spectacular. The ambience of the show was vibrant, contagious and exuberant.
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Report : Anustup Kundu