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MOP’s cultural fest is back again

Resonating with the college’s silver jubilee celebrations, this year’s event will take place on November 28-30, well before the onset of the Margazhi Festival.

Published: 26th November 2016 03:25 AM  |   Last Updated: 26th November 2016 03:25 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

CHENNAI: To enthusiasts of all things arts and culture, MOP Vaishnav College for Women’s third edition of their cultural programme, Shringar, is returning with bigger plans. Resonating with the college’s silver jubilee celebrations, this year’s event will take place on November 28-30, well before the onset of the Margazhi Festival.

A performer during Shringar 2014

“Shringar was conceptualised with the idea of contributing to the art and culture festival that Chennai marks every winter, while also celebrating our bond with our illustrious alumni. We continue to grow and evolve through initiatives to reach out to discerning Chennai rasikas, expanding beyond just the word-of-mouth radius,” said a spokesperson from the college.

With established vocalists such as Vasudha Ravi, Ragini Sri, Saindhavi, Shashwathi Jagadish, and K. Dharini, along with filmmaker Sharadha Ramanathan attending the previous editions, this year’s festival will have National Award-winning Carnatic singer P Unnikrishnan as the chief guest for the college’s valedictory, along with his daughter Uthara Unnikrishnan. The audience will also be treated to performances by vocalists Archana, Aarathi, Anahita and Apoorva Ravindran, along with a dance performance by Aarabhi Badri, Shambhavi Jagadish and others.
 The celebration college will also focus on more initiatives for students and adding a perfect platform for the alumni to catch up.

Register by 4 pm on the day of the event within the college premises. For details about Shringar, call: 28330262

 



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