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Sir Charle’s Students Scores Distinction in Trinity Exam Theory

Contributed by Alfred Rego

Not one ,Not Two…. But four of Sir Charle’s students  scored above 85

marks out of  100,in the recently conducted Trinity college of Music London

theory exams held in south Mumbai in May earlier this year.Note worthy

among all was Dhruv Akhaury a std IV th student who scored 89 marks out

of hundred.The pass with distinction cut of marks this year was 87 marks.

Close on his heels were Ramesh Nakhwa,Shezad Gauri,Aaditya Warrier and

Suvir Lashkare.The youngest aged 9 and the eldest aged 54 both have scored

above 87 marks .Out of the Fifteen Students who sat for this prestigious

exams, Four got distinctions,Six passed

with merrit….75 and above  and Five Passed with above

60marks .

Dhruv Akhaury Age Nine std IVth  scored 89 marks

The students certificates have however not come from the London college this year, strange as it may sound, but the fact remains that probably this is the first…. in the college history that the marks and the certificates have come separately.Congratulations to all…..Now get set fr the Nov5 Exams……!!!!!

Vishal Bhardwaj and Suresh Wadkar Team Up

Courtesy-Amanda Sodhi

Composer-singer-director-screenwriter Vishal Bhardwaj and singer Suresh Wadkar have teamed up for the album Barse Barse, which has finally released under the Times Music label. The album consists of five tracks produced over a four-year period, making it all the more exciting that the album has finally seen the light of day!

Barse Barse brought the memories of our old times back,” Wadkar said. “The songs in our albums are those which were shelved from movies but I wanted those songs to come out and reach to people.”

Music director Bhardwaj said, “The driving force of the album is the mood of the composition which is inspirational. The album is the best as it’s the outcome of long friendship.”

Music Basti Plans Rooftop and Outdoor Concerts for Underprivileged Kids

 Courtesy Shawn Fernandes
Delhi-based NGO Music Basti, which works at using music as a tool to empower and educate less privileged children, is putting together a series of informal concerts at the Dil Se Campaign’s children’s homes in Delhi. As part of the campaign, Music Basti has invited bands and musicians to volunteer to be a part of the events.

Past Music Basti events have seen Indian indie’s best and brightest lend their support generously and wholeheartedly with artists like Kailash Kher, Swarathma, Vishal Dadlani of Pentagram, Warren Mendonsa, Sidd Coutto, Advaita, The Aditya Balani Group and Five8 all showing up to perform and conduct workshops with the children.

The first Orientation-Concert, featuring Delhi Drum Circle takes place on Saturday, 23 July at Dil Se Campaign’s Umeed Home near the Qutub Minar. In addition to the live concert series, Music Basti is also putting together a three track release featuring musicians from Adavaita and Five8 along with children from the Dil Se Campaign which is slated to release in August.

For more information on Music Basti’s concert series, go to

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