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Manav Rachna International School (MRIS) – Sector 21C, organized a two-day ‘ODYSSEY…. A Journey to shine… musical Soiree- a celebration of the journey of students of Grades III, IV & V at Manav Rachna University (MRU) Campus auditorium on 20th and 21st December, 2017. The celebration augmented the talents, nurtured hopes and fulfilled aspirations. The celebrations were graced by Smt. Satya Bhalla Ma’am, Chief Patron, Manav Rachna Educational Institutions (MREI) and Dr. M. M. Kathuria, Trustee, MREI on the first day and was presided by the Chief Guest- Dr. Meenakshi Khurana, Pro Vice Chancellor, MRU; Ms. Goldy Malhora, Director, Academics and Administrative Staff College and Dr. Sangeeta Banga, Dean Student Welfare on the second day. Ms. Seema Malhotra, Principal, MRIS-21C extended her gratitude to the parents, faculty and stakeholders whose unwavering support culminated in the monumental growth of the institution. Also present on the occasion were Ms. Nisha Bhalla, Executive Director, MRIS 21C; Ms. Sanyogita Sharma, Director, MRIS; Principals and Heads of all Manav Rachna Institutions. The event commenced with a poignant tribute to the eminent educationist, philanthropist and visionary founder, Dr. O P Bhalla. The School Orchestra “Symphony” having 42 students enchanted everyone present. The Ganesh Vandana, Western Dance, Pantomime Dance based on Five Elements and theatre Astitava based on women empowerment left everyone speechless and enthralled. The Tribute to Mother and Father made everyone emotional. High voltage finale performance on the song “Love you Zindagi” made everyone stand on the feet and dance along with children. The event had a great success and we wish to celebrate more years of our school with the same enthusiasm.
Grammy and Academy award winning composer, A. R. Rahman performed with, and was paid tribute to, by Berklee College of Music at Symphony Hall, Boston, on October 24, 2014. The repertoire for the concert spanned Mr. Rahman's illustrious discography of over 25 years. We are delighted to release all 16 pieces presented at the concert featuring 109 performers from 32 countries representing The Berklee Indian Ensemble, The Berklee World String Ensemble, and Boston University's Indian dance troupe, BU Bhangra. This concert was produced by Annette Philip, Artistic Director of Berklee India Exchange. Epic Medley A. R. Rahman string arr. Eva Gertz Soloists: Yazhi Guo, Sanchitha Wickremesooriya, Dhruv Goel, Harshitha Krishnan, Purvaa Sampath, Armeen Musa, Christopher Kazarian, Annette Philip Performers: Berklee Indian Ensemble Annette Philip: director Shilpa Ananth: vocals Sanjeeta Bhattacharya: vocals Dhruv Goel: vocals Vasundhara Gupta: vocals Rohith Jayaraman: vocals Harshitha Krishnan: vocals Nalini Krishnan: vocals Joakim Molander: vocals Armeen Musa: vocals Kanika Patawari: vocals Purvaa Sampath: vocals Ishita Sinha: vocals Harini Srinivasa Raghavan: vocals Aseem Suri: vocals Adriel Tjokrosaputro: vocals Sanchitha Wickremesooriya: vocals Trinayan Baruah: vocals Salil Bhayani: vocals Malavika Das: vocals Ava Dudani: vocals Nicolas Emden: vocals Christopher Kazarian: vocals Annalisa Lombardo: vocals Malwina Masternak: vocals Wambura Mitaru: vocals Zoya Mohan: vocals Paola Munda: vocals Lydia Renold: vocals Gretchen Schadebrodt: vocals Ashwin Shenoy: vocals Sahana Simha: vocals Pankhuri Singhal: vocals Chantal Tribble: vocals McKain Webb-Lakey: vocals Yazhi Guo: flute, suona, dizi Layth Al Rubaye: violin Harini Srinivasa Raghavan: violin Sashank Navaladi: sarod Fares Btoush: oud Jacy Anderson: guitar Aleif Hamdan: guitar Shubh Saran: guitar David Milazzo: alto saxophone Edmar Colon: tenor saxophone Samuel Morrison: baritone saxophone Josh Shpak: trumpet Michael Wang: trombone Annette Philip: piano Cheng Lu: keyboard Achal Murthy: bass Daniel Gonzalez: electronic drum sound Kaushlesh Purohit: tabla, percussion Ranajoy Das: drums Joe Galeota Jr.: percussion Patrick Simard: drums, percussion M.T. Aditya Srinivasan: tabla, kanjira Vignesh Venkataraman: mridangam Berklee World Strings Ensemble Eugene Friesen: conductor Na Young Baik: first violin Sarah Hubbard: first violin Sumaia Martins: first violin Stefano Melillo Melendez: first violin Kathleen Parks: first violin Tim Reynolds: first violin Carlos Silva: first violin Yeji Yoon: first violin Ludovica Burtone: second violin Elise Boeur: second violin Adrianna Ciccone: second violin Sadie E. Currey: second violin Carolyn Kendrick: second violin Rosy Timms: second violin Tsung-Yuan Lee: second violin Choeun Kim: viola Brendan Klippel: viola Gerson Eguiguren Martinez: viola Dan Lay: viola John Smith: viola Max Wolpert: viola Steph Dye: cello Marta Roma: cello Keizo Yoshioka: cello Adrian Zemor: cello Nathaniel Sabat: bass Matthew Witler: mandolin Mairi Chaimbeul: harp Allegra Cramer: harp Ganavya Doraiswamy: dancer Special appearance by Boston University student dancers of BU Bhangra Arrangements Matthew Nicholl, string arrangements, and orchestral parts preparation Recorded live at Boston’s Symphony Hall Rob Rose: executive producer Tom Riley: executive producer Annette Philip: artistic director/producer Clint Valladares: artist relations/co producer Mirek Vana: co producer Dave Wentling: production manager Steve Colby: sound engineer Kaushlesh Purohit: audio mixing Jonathan Wyner: audio mastering Reggie Lofton: video producer Thistle Communications: video production Nicole Egidio: editor For more information on Berklee India Exchange, please visit berklee.edu/india
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The school has always promoted talent and hard work. Once again, the school recognized its talented learners- Sunayana Khanna, Harsihita Paliwal and Risha Dey of Grade IX as ‘UKE GIRLS’. They have sung the song – Boulevards of Broken Dreams. The video has been recorded and compiled by Mr. Karan – Western Music Faculty, MRIS Sector 14.