Music is the sole of life. Alankaar music society of DME was established in the first week of August 2017. The objective of the society is to bring out the hidden talent of students. The society aims to organize competitions, giving students the motivation to work hard on their skills, host performances in the college, and also to audition and shortlist students interested in inter-college events, and festivals. Students of the college can showcase their talent in the form of vocal singing and instrumental music, but also allows them to express their artistic flare. Members of the society always try to do innovative and creative experiment in the field of music, which helps to improve the horizon of the students with respect of Music. Merging different instruments, vocal with instrument leads to development of new ideas.
Society regularly takes part in different fest and competitions, which gives them the exposure and a chance to express themselves. Field of music is as large as ocean and you take our as much as you can from it. In the zone of music everything is possible you can learn ample of thing though music, it has been said that if you want to develop yourself as a human being then music the best way to that. This is what Alankaar is doing, it’s trying to develop each and every student though music.
Alankaar made certain achievements last semester by organizing musical events, participation in inter-college competitions including those of festivals, and even felicitation of orientation programs and giving performances in charity events. The events allowed the student members of the society to showcase their talents and express and entertain through the artistic medium of music. Further, freedom was allowed to the students to participate and compete in competitions outside the college, as entries were made and submitted.
The following is a descriptive list of all the achievements made by Alankaar in the last semester:
|S. No.||Event Name||Description|
|1||BJMC Orientation August 13||
A performance of “MaaSaraswatiVandana”was carried out by the members of the society. The performance consisted of female vocals, sitar, guitar, etc.
|2||Rhythms October 11||
A variety of musical performances were carried out including those of solo singing, duet, group singing, western instrumental, band performance, Punjabi performance, and jam session.
Held in the auditorium, the event was for the entertainment of the Director General, and all faculty members of the college, and students.
|3||Varchasva – Participation October 30||
Students participated in the fest for the solo-singing in the event “X Factor” held by Tecnia College.
Students of Alankaar visited an orphanage and delivered a musical performance along with donations from the college.
|5||Spandan – Participation November 13||
The students of the society formed a band and made an entry after recording a music video for their performance.
Rhythm – A Musical Show
Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything. It’s a piece of art that goes in the ear straight to the heart. Music unlocks self-expression, intelligence and creativity. Music is the last true voice of the human spirit. It can go beyond language, beyond age and beyond colour straight to the mind and heart of all people.
Keeping this objective in mind, Alankaar – DME Music society organised “Rhythm – A musical Show” on 25th October 2018 in Nelson Mandela Auditorium from 3 pm onwards. The motive of the event was to provide a platform to the society members to showcase their talent on stage. Director of DME Prof. Ravikant Swami was invited to grace the occasion along with other faculty members. He expressed his interest in music while stating some of the incidents related with the great Singer cum Actor Kishore Kumar. The event had a total of twelve mesmerizing performances. The performance had combinations of western music, classical and Bollywood numbers. Students of all the departments participated in this musical event. Following are the name of the students who performed in this musical show:
|Ms Ramya (Vocalist)||Mr Ahad Ahmed khan (Instrumentalist)|
|Ms Chaviisha (Vocalist)||Mr Anmol Sachdeva (Instrumentalist)|
|Ms Anuja (Vocalist)||Mr Nitin (Vocalist + Instrumentalist)|
|Mr Shubham (Vocalist)||Mr Anurag Das (Instrumentalist)|
|Mr Shrey (Vocalist)||Mr Aman (Vocalist + Instrumentalist)|
|Ms Ritika (Vocalist)||Ms Amisha (Vocalist)|
|Mr Sharad (Vocalist)|
The audience was left spell bound with the performance of the society members. Continuous cheering from the audience, increased motivation of the performers. The anchors of the event (Mr Vinay Joshi & Ms Neelakshi) made the event more interesting by putting their good sense of humour.
The event concluded with a vote of thanks by the Faculty Convenor Ms Neha Singh (Assistant Professor). The event was well coordinated by the Co-conveners of the Society Ms Sanchita Chakraborty (Assistant Professor) and Ms Shelly Agarwal (Assistant Professor).
Tarang – A Musical Workshop
Alankaar – DME Music society organised Tarang – a musical workshop for society members. The workshop was organised on 4th of October in Nelson Mandela Auditorium from 3 pm onwards. The workshop was organised to impart knowledge about advanced guitar to the society members. Professional guitarist Mr.Gaurav Sharma was invited to grace the occasion.
Members were taught about playing “heartbeat” style on acoustic guitar. He taught 3 patterns of heartbeat style and advised members to keep practicing the same. The house was opened for questions. Students asked about finger exercises for smooth playing of guitar. Members were really happy after the workshop as it added to the existing pool of knowledge of the society members.