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Friday, December 2, 2016

Spreading a musical bliss

Playback singer Anoop G Krishnan’s rendition, on Wednesday, of the blissful number Amma Eendrazhaikaadha from Tamil movie Mannan seemed to fit in aptly in a situation where music positively intervenes with the healing process at the Government General Hospital’s weekly ‘Arts and Medicine’ show.he vocalist hailing from Tripunithura has lent his voice in fourteen films like Janapriyam, Cleopatra, Vadhyar, Breaking News, Kohinoor, Drishyam, Kammatipadam and Kismath among others. Anoop was joined by singer Sangeetha Varma, a postgraduate in music, a radio artist at All India Radio, and music director for the Malayalam film ‘Cleopatra’. Both singers regaled a crowd of patients, bystanders and hospital staff with numerous songs.“To be able to share work with legendary musicians like Raveendran master, Jerry Amaldev, Anil Johnson, Jerson Antony and a few new generation music directors is an undeniable honour. To recreate the experience I have gathered through the years and to joyously deliver it before the audience here at the hospital is soul warming,” said Anoop, who is also known for his mridhangam skills. Singers Sruthi Benny, a ninth grade student from Assissi Vidya Nikethan and Gopi, a staff with the Ernakulam Medical College also joined in with the noted singers to present before the audience a collection of fifteen songs. The show comprising melodious Hindi, Tamil and Malayalam numbers wound up with the duet, ‘Nee en Kinavo’ from the 1986 movie - Hello My Dear Wrong Number by Anoop and Sangeetha. The concert is organised every Wednesday by Kochi Biennale Foundation for the solace of the patients.

Forwarded by :- Shri. Jainendra Nigam, PB News Desk,       prasarbharati.newsdesk@gmail.com

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