Ustaad Mashkoor Ali Khan Will Be The Main Judge For Hindi Manch’s Flagship Event - Hindi Manch SaReGaMaPa 2017
Ustaad Mashkoor Ali Khan will be the main Judge for Hindi Manch’s flagship event "Hindi Manch SaReGaMaPa 2017"
"Hindi Manch Sa Re Ga Ma Pa" one of the most prestigious events of New England is all set to repeat the success of 2014 when they hosted their protruding event SaReGaMaPa which became the benchmark for the success of events by any Non Profit Organizations in the area. Preetesh Shrivastava, the President of Hindi Manch informed that the legendary Hindustani classical vocalist Ustaad Mashkoor Ali Khan from Kirana Gharana and a Sangeet Natak Akademi Awardee, the highest Indian recognition given to practicing artists, will chair the judging panel along with renowned Indian classical musicians in America, Mrs. Asha Shukla and Pandit Goswami for the Finale on November 4th 2017 in Sanborn Middle School, Concord, MA. Mr. Khan will also be giving a short performance and Mr. Goswami will play few Bollywood songs on Xylophone.
36 Semifinalists among 4 solo and a Duet categories are equally thrilled and excited to perform in front of the legendry musicians, they are practicing hard to claim the title in their respective group. Their skills are being polished by recognized music teachers of New England. The participants who could not make it to the Semis are also preparing a group song which they believe will take the audience by storm.
Hindi Manch team is thrilled and working tirelessly for the success of the event. All event related information/activities can be obtained from Hindi Manch's Facebook page and their website www.hindimanch.org.
Hindi Manch, a Non-Profit Organization, since its inception, have been successfully working to pass on the heritage of Hindi and related languages like Urdu, Bhojpuri, Awadhi, Brij, Khariboli etc. to the next generation through Literary sittings, theatre, cultural and musical events in the United States. Hindi Manch is bringing people together who know or wants to know about Hindi.
Details of the event –
Venue – Sanborn Middle School, 835 Old Marlborough Road, Concord, MA
Date –Saturday, November 4th 2017
Time – 5:00 pm
Tickets available at www.hindimanch.org
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