New Delhi: Music speaks a universal language. Enthralling listeners, enchanting patrons and stirring souls, music continues to be the most beloved charmer of the entire human race. Connecting to the vibe of music, today “Colors of Music” organized a musical evening title “I Have a Dream” at Alliance Française de Delhi.
The specially curated evening witnessed some quintessential western and Indian musical routines by 12-year old pianist, Shounak Malhotra from Sanskriti School and 14-year old Saisha Khanna of the British School, along with their teacher, noted and award-winning pianist Ankita Kumar. There was also a special performance by Shounak’s younger brother, 8-year old Hrishik. The evening saw a gathering of music lovers of the capital city. The evening was graced by Hon’ble Mr. Justice (Retd.) Dipak Misra, Former Chief Justice of India.
The young pianist, Shounak Malhotra has been performing since he was five years old, at various venues across the country. He also has the distinction of
having performed at the Nehru Centre in London when he was only eight. His rendition of Kal Ho Na Ho and Tum Hi Ho as also Broadway melodies such as Mamma Mia and Phantom of the Opera mesmerized the audience. Saisha’s music comprising the classic Pehla Nasha and Ek Haseena Thi, left the people spellbound.
Ankita Kumar launched Colors of Music – a school of music welcoming students of all ages to train in the piano, enlightening the young minds and the ear, both
of which are imperative to good piano playing. Colors of Music with its unique syllabus and one to one training methodology aims to provide every student an
all rounded orientation and education of the piano. It aims to make learning the piano accessible to all aspirants from all walks of life.