Sangeet Sandhya in Pune: An Evening of Melody and Scholarly Recognition

Pune is set to resonate with the enchanting tunes of classical music as Swaraadhar Foundation presents ‘Sangeet Sandhya’ on Saturday, December 30th, at the Shakuntala Jagannath Shetty Auditorium, Karnataka High School, Ganesh Nagar, Erandwane. The musical soirée promises an evening filled with soulful renditions and rhythmic performances, featuring renowned artists Atul Khandekar and Pt. Ramdas Palsule.

The event kicks off at 5:30 pm with Atul Khandekar taking the stage, showcasing his vocal prowess as a disciple of the esteemed classical vocalist Dr. Veena Sahastrabuddhe of the Gwalior Gharana. His harmonious melodies will be complemented by the tabla beats of Pranav Gurav and the harmonium tunes of Abhishek Shinkar.

Following the vocal recital, the audience will be treated to a solo rhythmic performance by the distinguished Tabla exponent, Pt. Ramdas Palsule. His mastery over the tabla promises to mesmerize the connoisseurs and enthusiasts in attendance.

‘Sangeet Sandhya’ is not just an evening of musical bliss but also a platform for recognizing and encouraging budding talent. Air Marshal Bhushan Gokhale (Retd.) will grace the occasion as the Chief Guest and will award scholarships of Rs. 5000 each to pre-selected meritorious Tabla students on behalf of the Swaraadhar Foundation.

The entry for this musical extravaganza is free for all, operating on a first-come, first-served basis. The event has been thoughtfully conceptualized by the Directors of the Swaraadhar Foundation, Neel Dixit and Herambh Chakradeo. Mangesh Waghmare will serve as the compere, guiding the audience through the enchanting journey of ‘Sangeet Sandhya.’

This cultural celebration promises to be an ode to the rich heritage of classical music, bringing together both seasoned enthusiasts and newcomers for an unforgettable evening of melodies and rhythms.

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