A musical starry night was recently concluded at the Global Indian International School, Chinchwad where the biennale concert was held for the secondary segment. With the theme of “Rendezvous with legends”, this evening was a lyrical and musical tribute to the most iconic and legendary stars from the world of music and art. Held on December 13 and 14, 2017 this concert was a testimony to the international standards and talents of the school.
Some of the artists celebrated in this concert were the Indian legends like Ustaad Zakir Hussain, Shankar Mahadevan, A.R. Rahman, Rukmini Devi, Lata Mangeshkar and Kishore Kumar. Adding to the global flavor we also honored the icons like Madonna, Michael Jackson and Elvis Presley. The show was based on the theme of “Global Award Ceremony”, where the students enacting as different legends were felicitated for their unmatched contribution to their fields. This was followed by a beautifully choreographed musical rendition of the legend to pay him a glorious tribute.
The students put up a spectacular show which was an amalgamation of well rehearsed steps, feet tapping music and an awesome stage. Each dance took the audience through a journey of reminiscing some of the most wonderful creations that resonate in our memories even today. The choir set an appropriate tone for the concert as the air was filled with melodious harmony amidst the evening sky. Some of the student achievers were also felicitated in this grand evening for their accomplishments in the year. The Chief Guests for the two days were Mr. G.K. Pillai, CEO and MD of Walchand Industries and Mrs Madhurie Singh, Blogger while Mrs Leela Broom was the guest of honor. They congratulated the school for holding an event at such a grand scale and encouraged the students.
Director Principal, Dr Amrita Vohra on the occasion said, “Concerts are a beautiful platform for learning some important life skills and we put our hearts into it. It is a delight to watch children perform on the stage. They learn about team work, mutual respect and tolerance.”