BENGALURU: This Sunday, children from across the city will be presenting traditional cultural performances as part of Sanchari Mahotsav 2016 at Indiranagar Sangeet Sabha. The event will be held in two parts, in the morning at 9.30 pm and in the evening at 3pm.
Sanchari was established in 2005 and is affiliated to Rabindra Bharati Uuniversity, West Bengal.
“The student performers were selected based on the examinations conducted in different art schools and following a round of judgement by our experts in Bengaluru and Chennai. We are hoping to see a crowd of close to 1,200 people at the festival,” says Abhijit Chakraborty, the founder of Sanchari, who plays the tabla.
The Sanchari Mahotsav strives to bring to the limelight the young talents and offers a platform to exhibit their talent, says the founder.
“In our Indian culture, music has always had immense support from the commons and aristocrats alike. These days, with young talent sprouting from all corner, encouragement should be in abundance to make sure that no deserving talent goes unsung,” says Abhijit.