SANGEETHA OF THE UK organising "RAGOTSAVAM 2013" at Lanfranc School on the 25th
The songs that resonated millions of musical fans in the eighties and nineties will find
its expression once again through the mellifluous voice of the great singers of the UK
supported by a complete orchestra. Organisers are making a maiden attempt in Croydon
to combine visuals with music that may invoke the nostalgic memories of our great actors,
actresses and the musicians who made our musical industry an ever fading exhilarating
SANGEETHA OF THE UK believes it will be one of the best entertaining experiences for the
family. Novelty in presentation with better sound systems and lightings will undoubtedly be
bliss for the audience.
It is our ardent wish that Malayalees should join us on the 25th at Lanfranc School, Mitcham
Road where the door will be opened at 6PM. For further details, please contact the
Malayalee Community in Croydon planning the Onam celebration on 29th August with zeal and fervour. Sangeetha of the UK along with a number of Malayalee Associations will join together on the same platform under the same umbrella and provide an evening with music, dance, sculpture and other cultural exhibitions.
Playback singers from Kerala with their live orchestra will entertain the local audience with their mellifluous music and other performances. SANGEETHA OF THE UK is already in contact with famous star singers of Kerala to invite them for this charity event.
For further information, contact: Jayaprakash Panicker 07917361127
It was a very memorable day for the SANGEETHA OF THE UK. Communities from different parts of London gathered together at Lanfranc School Hall to enjoy a spectacular evening with music, dances and many other entertainments.
The hall was glittered with lights and the decoration and the seating arrangements have given audience a prima facie impression that they were going to have a very enjoyable evening. The programme commenced with a welcome speech by one of the students of SANGEETHA. It was then followed by a Bharata Natyam dance with exquisite quality. The cinematic dances were also of professional quality.
The programme also featured a display of video clips that described the charity work undertaken by SAHAJEEVAN- an organisation supported by SANGEETHA OF THE UK. This has evoked
a sympathetic response from the audience and Mr Malcolm Wicks and other councillors praised
SANGGETHA OF THE UK for the commendable charity work it does for the community.
Music rendered by the famous singers and the subsequent DJ have made the day highly a memorable one.
Navaratri assumes great spiritual significance. According to Hindu philosophy, Vidya or wisdom emanates from the omniscient and the omnipotent almighty. During Navaratri, students offer prayers to the Goddess Durga and Saraswathy to bestow up on them the necessary wisdom to pursue their studies.
SANGEETHA OF THE UK held a singing and prayer sessions on the day of Navaratri. Students of Carnatic Vocal music and Violin gave performances together in remembrance of the Goddesses Durga and Saraswathi.
As the day was highly auspicious, especially for students, SANGEETHA OF THE UK decided that students who achieved outstanding achievements in their studies should be honoured. Accordingly, Miss Anju Jacob who secured fourteen A Star grades in her GCSE and Miss
Ponnambalam who came second with twelve A Star grades were given the gifts.
SANGEETHA OF THE UK is planning to hold NAVARATRI pooja every year with classical vocal and instrumental music.
Deputy mayor, politicians praise Sangeetha of the UK for wonderful activities
CROYDON - Sangeetha of the UK, an arts and cultural organisation,
based in Croydon, held its annual day celebration in style on 12th
July at Archbishop Lanfranc School.
More than four hundred people including children, parents and teachers
gathered together for the event.
The event was a tremendous success with children and adults giving
spectacular performances with enchanting music and colourful dances of
The celebration was attended by many dignitaries including the Deputy
Mayor of Croydon paying tribute to Sangeetha of the UK for the great
service it does for the community.
Deputy Mayor told the audience that he was very impressed by the
quality of the performances and the level of confidence the performers
displayed on stage.
The Deputy Mayor also said that Sangeetha of the UK is one of the
prime organisations in Croydon, whose activities are geared to equip
children and students to take up challenges in life.
Croydon labour leader Tony Newman, The councillors Mike Selva, Raj
Rajendran, Bernadette Khan, Manju Shahul- Hameed and Chandra Babu,
Chairman of Asian Resource Centre were also eloquent about the
achievements of Sangeetha of the UK.
Jayaprakash Panicker, Secretary of Sangeetha said the organisation has
achieved a tremendous growth over the past few years and he attributed
this to the hard work and commitment of the executive members and also
to the co-operation of the teachers, students and their parents.
The celebration lasted five hours finished at 22.30 and it proved to
be a memorable day for the audience, participants and the organisers.
Sangeetha of the UK is holding its annual celebration on 12th July at Lanfranc School.
The evening will provide traditional flavour of dance and music that are distinctively South Indian in style. A fusion music comprising of drums and different percussions
accompanied by Sangeetha`s versatile music teachers is expected to provide audience an invigorating feeling of great aesthetic satisfaction.
The celebration will be attended by distinguished personalities. Students as little as
from the age of five will be performing at the stage. There will be dances of different styles including traditional Bharata natyam, contemporary dances,Carnatic music vocals and instrumental music such as Keyboard and Violin.
It will be a proud moment for all the participants, teachers and parents as the budding talents of students will further receive an impetus by the opportunities provided by the Association.
Celebration will commence at 5pm lasting for four hours.
SANGEETHA OF THE UK has always been in the forefront to provide encouragement and inspiration to their students to participate in programmes and celebrations as well as attaining qualifications and certificates from approved board of examinations. In pursuit of those objectives, the organisation has sent more than ninety percent of the schools` students to appear for the theory examinations conducted by the Oriental Fine Arts Academy on 5 th April 2008 held at Stanhope Primary School, Mansell Road , Greenford, Middlesex. The school also prepare students in various faculties such as Karnatic vocal lessons, Mridangam, Violin, Keyboard, Classical dance, Bollywood dance and so on. Their progress are assessed through external approved examining bodies and successful candidates are awarded certificates that could be used for admissions to universities and other educational institutions.
The practise of sending students for examinations has been in place since the year 2000. Any further information regarding the examination, please visit www.ofaal.com