Symphony Academy of Music: Tribute to National Heroes, ‘Mera Bharat Mahan’, Hotel Suprabhat
Purpose of the Event: A Tribute to the Heroes of the Nation by Students of Symphony Academy of Music
Program will feature Live Music performance on various musical instruments by students.
Mera Bharat Mahan-A Tribute to the heroes of the nation is an one of its kind program being organized by Symphony Academy of Music. Symphony strives not only in teaching Music, but also emphasize in grooming and molding the overall development of the student as a true citizen of this country. Symphony strongly believes that it’s our social responsibility to invoke sense of unity among the people. These celebrations develop the feeling of oneness. India is known for its unity in diversity. Speaking on the occasion David Chase-Director Symphony Academy of Music added that “Our responsibility as privileged human beings is to pay back for the opportunities we've received from the Society”, he said National festivals also foster national integration. When people celebrate an occasion together they forget about their religious, cultural or other differences. The activities of the celebrations bring up leadership qualities and develop tolerance, understanding, planning, commitment and other positive skills in the students. The best thing about public celebrations is that they bring people together.
About Symphony Academy of Music
Symphony Academy of Music established in 1992, is one of its only kind of Institute started by David Chase, who himself being a multi skilled musician who can play 09 instruments from different disciplines of Indian and Western cultures. Symphony follows comprehensive curriculum that bridges the liberal and musical art to provide a foundation of skill, knowledge and thinking that inspires and enables students to realize and sustain life in music. With its experienced faculty and highly personalized instruction* Symphony academy of music nurtures expression and learning to cultivate thinkers and innovators, thus preparing students to engage, adapt and thrive as leaders of change in music and society. Involvement with music whether as a listener, creator or performer can be extremely cathartic. Shared love of music gives those in the group a common interest and a basis for friendship, which has many potential emotional benefits and improves health socialization. Music is about communication, creativity, and cooperation, and, by studying music in an institute, students have the opportunity to build on these skills, enrich their lives, and experience the world from a new perspective.