A rich musical evening â€œ Humne Jo Dekhe Sampneâ€ brings back the old melodies memories for the city music lovers on Thursday at a programme organised by Shree Swarshree.
The artistes mainly the disciples of Krishna Bhoyar left the audience mesmerized as they went on belting out several hits of golden era.
Vijay Pandey along with his choir group for chorus set the musical environment with â€˜Shirdi vale sai babaâ€™ song. Numerous melodious songs sung by legendary singers Mohammad Rafi, Mukesh, Lata Mageshkar and Kishore Kumar made the audience relive the golden era.
A duet performance on the song â€˜Humne Jo Dekhe Sapneâ€™ resembling the theme of the programme indicated the fondness of music among the senior performancers, who were full of zeal and enthusiasm to their never-ending love for music.
Old melodies songs will never go out peopleâ€™s mind and the programme was one such moment for old song lovers to get refreshed with the performances.
Artistes Aaba Bhoge, Manisha Andulkar, Jairaj Markand, Vivek Joshi, Parinita Maturkar, Dilip Rapate, Ashwini Devghare and Dipali Sapare held the audience spellbound throughout.
The talented artistes on Musical instruments were Parimal Joshi on Keyboard, Rugved Pande on Guitar, Pankaj Yadav on Dholak, Mahendra Waktulakar on octopad, Aniket Dahikar on Tabla and Tushar Wighne on Congo.
Anchoring was conducted by Namrata Joshi Agnihotri. The programme was conceptualized by Vijay Pandey whereas produced and music arrangements were done by Tushar Wighne.
Krishna Bhoyar, Shashikant Sawde and Vijay Jathe were the prominent guest at the programme.