All ears to hit numbers

Wholesome Experience

Singers Harish Moyal and Sumedha Karmahe performed at the ‘Alive India In Concert’ series, which was held at Phoenix MarketCity, recently.

While the audience waited for the singers to come on stage, the master of ceremonies Asif entertained the crowd with different activities.

 He conducted games for the audience, chose winners and rewarded them with gift vouchers.

Adding to the excitement was a group of young boys who did b-boying and left the crowd enthralled.

The performance started with a few numbers by Sinchan Dixit.

This warmed the audience up for the elaborate performances that came after.

Sumedha then stepped on the stage and rendered songs like Hum Tere Bin, Bawra Mein, Yaadein, and an old number, Babuji Dheere Chalo, along with songs like Soniye, Kaise Batayein and Tu Jaane Na.

The highlight of the concert was Sumedha rendering Rabindra Sangeet, which was cheered by many.

Then came Harish Moyal, who sang songs like Tere Liye Hi To, Roop Tera Mastana, Khali Peeli Khali Peeli etc.

He zestfully asked the audience to dance and even
encouraged them to come on stage. “What’s the fun if the audience is not dancing?” he asked.

The performance ended with some duets by the singers. The audience kept asking for more and singing along with the singers and dancing too.

Supratik, the organiser of the concert, said that the performance proved that the power of music cuts across all barriers.

“People were excited to shake hands with these artistes and the crowd didn’t care about their popularity quotient. The number of people at the concert proved that,” he said.

The audience was all praises about the performances. Suneedhi Sarkar, a music addict, said that she was happy that many of her favourite songs were performed.

 “The best part is that the event was open to all. One gets a wholesome entertaining experience when there is live music,” she shared.

Kalashashi Parkonde, another member of the audience, said what stood out in the concert was the communication the singers had

with each other and the audience. “The humility of the artistes could be seen through their performance as they encouraged and involved the audience in their show,” he wrapped up.

Liked the story?

  • 0

  • 0

  • 0

  • 0

  • 0