‘Transcending Boundaries’ musical concert enthralls audience at Kalangann

Pics: Dayanand Kukkaje

Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (SB)

Mangaluru, June 21: On the occasion of World Music Day, Mandd Sobhann had organized a unique musical concert, "Transcending Boundaries" on Tuesday, June 21 at Kalangann here.

Eshan Fernandes, studying Materials Engineering at the University of British Columbia, Canada; rendered 12 songs in 12 different languages.

Eshan Fernandes was accompanied by his father, Alwyn Fernandes, on guitar, Stephen Frank on piano and Melwyn Fernandes on percussion. Eminent artist Wilson D'Souza captured the songs on canvas. The paintings were auctioned at the end of the show. Gloria Veigas conducted the auctions.

This 90-minute concert included songs from the Bambara, Arabic, Swedish, Italian, Portuguese - Creole , Konkani, Spanish , Hindustani, English, Kazakh, Hebrew and Armenian languages.

On behalf of Mandd Sobhann and the audience, Luvi Pinto, president felicitated Eshan with a flower bouquet.
Dr Ravishankar Rao compered the event.




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  • Mahesh Prabhu, Mangalore / Bahrain

    Thu, Jun 23 2022

    What an event! A superstar is born and the legacy continues!

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  • VM, Mangalore

    Wed, Jun 22 2022

    Loved the concert. Eshan was amazing and so were the rest of the musicians not forgetting some great on the spot art compositions by Wilson. Thanks to Mandd Sobhann for this great event.

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  • Rajesh, Mulki

    Wed, Jun 22 2022

    Kudos to you guys. People like you bring a ray of hope, happiness and peace to this place where today 99% people are bombarded with news and events of hatred, tension, sadness, negativity and many of so called smart, educated people are actively engaged in promoting, nurturing these ideas and thoughts of hate and violence.

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