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Published Date : 2017-09-28T06:16:21.000Z

At Lorraine Music Academy, we believe that if our students can use their hands, then they can play an instrument (if they desire to). Through our education programs and courses we bring to our students musical experiences and musical memories that will last for a life time. Our students get excellent training and develop great confidence by being exposed to wide range of musical and creative opportunities through our training programs, workshops, recitals, concerts and public performances. Through music education we wish to provide children with social, educational and skill development opportunities. We also aim to promote in them a sense of self-esteem, accomplishment and pride. We maintain a special learning environment designed to provide a rich and rewarding musical experience for each student. To know more visit our website www.LorraineMusicAcademy.com Also visit our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/lorraineacademymusic/ for latest updates
    

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Published Date : 2015-11-03T06:30:50.000Z

Group Singing by students of Lorraine Music Academy at "A Musical Memorial Remembering Lal Bahadur Shastri" hosted by the Lorraine Music Academy & the LAMP Trust on 24 October 2015 to to commemorate the 50th Golden Jubilee Anniversary of the famous slogan JAI JAWAN JAI KISAN that our Nation’s Hero, Bharat Ratna Lal Bahadur Shastri, has given to our Nation! This slogan is still relevant to the India of our next generation. The audience paid homage to our 2nd Prime Minister on his recent 111th birth anniversary and remembered the 50th Golden Jubilee of the Indo-Pak war that he victoriously led the nation into, followed by the signing of a peace treaty in Tashkent a few months later. The spirit of patriotism filled the air at the Epicentre Auditorium in Gurgaon. 99% members of the Lal Bahadur Shastri family attended the event – his sons, daughters-in-law, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Many people in the audience came from different parts of the country. They travelled a great distance to be there. The Chief Guest of the event was Dr. S. Y. Quraishi, former Chief Election Commissioner of India. Angelic voices of young children aged 4 to 14, teenagers, youth and professional musicians from the Lorraine Music Academy and from many schools in Haryana and Rajasthan performed. The evening began with a heavenly hair raising performance by young students of the Lorraine Music Academy and Lorraine Fiona Aloysius, playing on the piano and singing a song called ‘A Little Peace’....“A little loving, giving, sharing, patience and understanding will build a better tomorrow”. The song explained everything that Lal Bahadur Shastri stood for. He encouraged the country to make little sacrifices that would together lead our nation to victory over famine and war. The LAMPstand Band rendered a stunning modern fusion version of “Vande Mataram”, and also performed “Sare Jahaan Se Achcha”, and “Hum Honge Kaamyaab”. The children went on to sing “Aao Bachcho” and “Nanna Munna Rahi Hun”. Professional musicians along with students from Lorraine Music Academy, students from prominent educational institutions from across Haryana & Rajasthan - Pathways World School, Suncity World School, Scottish High International School, Paramlakshya World School, American Public School, CCA School, G. D. Goenka University - expressed their celebration through song, instrumental music, and dance performances. The musical memorial had performances by the youth and children - members of our next generation - and citizens of India. The musical memorial included group / choir singing performances of patriotic songs and folk songs and group dance performances set to patriotic and folk music from across India. At the end of his working day Lal Bahadur Shastri enjoyed listening to bhajans sung by Lalita Shastri. Meera Shastri, daughter-in-law of Lal Bahadur Shastri, sang Lalita Shastri’s favourite bhajan composition “Bhole Bhole Rat Te Ho Gayi Main Baanwaria”. Another of Lalita Shastri’s bhajan composition “Bata De Koi Mohe Shyam Ki Dagariya” from her album “Archana” was set to a wonderful kathak dance performance by Rashmi Gairola. The choir singing also included patriotic songs such as “Assi Desh Di Chad Di Lalli”, “Jai Jawan Jai Kisan”, “Meelo Hum Aa Gaye, Meelon Humein Jaana Hain”. The youth also performed a medley of superb dances set to patriotic and folk music. The Musical Memorial included “THE THINKERS’ FORUM CHARCHA” consisting of a live on-stage interaction moderated by Aubrey Aloysius with Anil Shastri and Sunil Shastri, sons of Lal Bahadur Shastri, delving into the noble qualities, ideals, ethics, values & principles of our exemplary National Hero, so as to pass them on to inspire our next generation of citizens for positive nation building. Article 51A of the Constitution of India states that “It shall be the duty of every citizen of India to cherish and follow the noble ideals which inspired our national struggle for freedom; to uphold and protect the sovereignty, unity and integrity of India.” Anil Shastri shared secrets and memorable anecdotes about his first hand experiences with their great father – as a father, and as a Prime Minister. Sunil Shastri blessed all the children so affectionately and prayed that in each home would be born and raised a Lal Bahadur Shastri! As their contribution to the Nation Building Project COME INDIA SING, Anil Shastri sang the song “Aa Chal Ke Tujhe” that was made popular by Kishore Kumar; and Sunil Shastri sang the song “Ek Din Bik Jaayega Maathi Ki Mol” made popular by Mohammed Rafi. The evening was a memorable and enjoyable one that brought fond memories and tears to the eyes of many. The evening ended with the entire family members of Lal Bahadur Shastri coming on stage and singing, along with the entire audience, our National Anthem JANA GANA MANA with pride, passion, and precision – in 52 seconds.
    

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Published Date : 2015-05-21T04:46:22.000Z

Piano performance of “Fur Elise” (Beethoven) by Akhil Sahni. Lorraine Music Academy & the LAMP Trust recently launched “Come India Sing For Disaster Relief” - a musical initiative to raise awareness, sensitivity, resilience, resources and support for National Disaster Management & Relief work. The Lorraine Music Academy and the LAMP Trust participated in the “Pure Hearts” Fund Raiser and collaborated towards putting up a performance in order to raise funds for the Nepal Earthquake victims. The children of the Lorraine Music Academy & the LAMP Trust performed at the Epicentre Auditorium at the Fund Raiser by “Pure Hearts” to raise awareness and resources for the Nepal Earthquake victims. Lorraine Fiona Aloysius played on the Piano, along with students of the Lorraine Music Academy who touched the hearts of the audience through songs including “God Will Make A Way” by Don Moen, among many others. The “Come India Sing” choir comprised of Ananya Mishra, Smridhi Shah, Jessica Rizvi, Jessica Rizvi, Tara Dasgupta, Kyra Oberoi, Anya Gupta, Shiven Gupta, Pronnoy Gupta, Nevan Roy, Zev Prasad, Michael Yuan, Shaarav Roy, Anika Bhatnagar, Varun Sahni, Sakshya Iyer, Jia Kalra, Eesha Bhatia, Kiyoshi Yakeem, Tanushi Yakeem, Ayush Rajput, Maanya Roongta, Diya Roongta, Devkaran Singh Babra, Malvika Nair, Varalika Deswal, Shreya Ganesh, Pranav Bakshi. Ten-year old Aditi Iyer sang pop songs “Skyfall” by Adele and “I Am Alive” by Celine Dion. Ten-year old Kiyoshi Yakeem played “Sonatine” by Kahlun on the piano and also played along with her 12-year old sister Tanushi Yakeem “The Trout” by Schubert on the piano. Twelve-year old Akhil Sahni played the popular classic “Fur Elise” by Beethoven on the piano. Pop songs like “This Love” by Maroon 5, “Yellow” by Coldplay, and “Aint No Sunshine” by Bill Withers were sung by 13-year old Ananya Ravi, along with Diya Syal and Rubal Ahuja, accompanied by the “Come India Sing” band comprising of Arnav Prasad, Tanmay Gupta, Kaustav Sood, Ananya Mohan, Pranay Gupta, Suryavir Bal, Andrew Packiam and Mike Manlun playing on various instruments such as the electric guitar, acoustic guitar, bass and drums. Aubrey Aloysius, founder of the Lorraine Music Academy and the LAMP Trust, and Chairman of the National Patriotic Project, says “When natural disasters - such as Earthquakes, Floods, Landslides, Cyclones, Tsunamis, Floods, Heat Waves - strikes home and around the world, Indians should be prepared to help in mitigation. Talented Singers, Musicians and Dancers from across Gurgaon and the National Capital Region of Delhi came together to sing and perform. Singing brings unity of spirit and oneness. The audience were encouraged to lend their voices and their hearts to raise awareness, sensitivity, resilience, resources and support for National Disaster Management & Relief work and foster a culture of prevention, preparedness and mitigation. The songs that we sang, the resources that we raised, will help the natural disaster victims re-build their broken lives brick by brick. We may not be directly affected, but we are brothers and sisters and we must feel for them and hence do what we can to help them rebuild their lives.” This “Come India Sing For Disaster Relief” musical performance forms a part of our “Come India Sing...” series of Nation Building initiatives utilising music as a tool. This series of initiatives, events & participative activities forms a part of the ongoing National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” that was launched on 15th August 2013, our Independence Day. www.lorrainemusicacademy.com/a_nation_building_project.php The National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” is a clarion call to 1.27 Billion Indians to stand together for one cause – the Unity of India, by singing one song – our National Anthem, in the correct code as laid out in the Constitution of India, i.e.- in 52 seconds.
    

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Published Date : 2014-10-12T09:26:04.000Z

A unique event was hosted by Lorraine Music Academy and LAMP Trust on the 2nd of October 2014, at Epicentre Auditorium, Gurgaon that paid homage to the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi, on the occasion of his 145th birth anniversary, and to another of our Nation's Heroes, Lal Bahadur Shastri, on his 110th birth anniversary. Group Singing / Choir Performance: “Ode To Joy” & “Joyful, Joyful” by Lorraine Music Academy & Friends – Lorraine Fiona Aloysius (Piano & Vocal), Ananya Panwar (Vocal), Aubrey Aloysius (Vocal), Oscar Fernandes (Vocal) – hosted by the Lorraine Music Academy and the LAMP Trust on 2nd October 2014 - “A Musical Memorial : Remembering Mahatma Gandhi & Lal Bahadur Shastri” Concert. More that 110 children and youth from different Schools and Universities from across Gurgaon, National Capital Region of Delhi rekindled in us the patriotic spirit. The Musical Memorial included a brief workshop embedded in the concert to educate and encourage the audience to abide by the Constitution of India and respect its ideals and institutions, the National Flag and the National Anthem. This included an explanation and training on the proper singing of the National Anthem as per the code as laid out in the Constitution – in the right rhythm, melody and timing. This concert was arranged in aid of raising awareness, support and resources for the National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana”. The Musical Memorial included patriotic and folk songs / dances depicting India’s cultural ethos of “Unity in Diversity”. The event had a full capacity audience singing our National Anthem with pride, passion, and precision. The National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” is a clarion call to 1.27 Billion Indians to stand together for one cause – the Unity of India, by singing one song – our National Anthem, in the correct code as laid out in the Constitution of India, which is around 52 seconds. The event also marked the encouragement of a nation-wide drive to encourage proper singing of our National Anthem the right way as per the code laid out in the Constitution of India across schools and educational institutions. The initiative includes speaking at gatherings of students in schools and educational institutions, during assembly time, in offices and institutions, conducting workshops and training sessions, teaching the correct way of singing the Anthem, with passion, pride and precision, i.e.- in 52 seconds. Article 51A of the Constitution of India states that “It shall be the duty of every citizen of India to cherish and follow the noble ideals which inspired our national struggle for freedom; to uphold and protect the sovereignty, unity and integrity of India;...”. This event forms a part of the ongoing National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” that was launched on 15th August 2013, our Independence Day. The “Come India Sing” Nation-wide Audition and Talent Contest for Music, Art & Culture is open to all. This includes a slogan contest for every Indian citizen to express what the National Anthem means to them. The contest also encourages the practising & the singing of Jana Gana Mana, Patriotic Songs, and Folk Songs among others. Participation can be as an Individual, as a Family or as a Group of friends, a school, a college, classmates, office colleagues, communities, RWAs.... All one has to do is record on video one’s family or group or oneself singing the song, upload the video to YouTube, complete the registration form on our website, and be a part of the nation-building project. Age is no bar. This contest is open to all ages. Select participants and winners of the above project will get opportunities to perform on stage before audiences at various venues in the National Capital Region of Delhi and across the country. Winners of the “Come India Sing” Nation-wide Talent Contest will earn the privilege of being invited to sing the National Anthem alongside the nation’s leaders and to receive their award. Individuals and groups whose performance stand out will also be invited to attend or to perform at an enormous annual cultural program depicting India’s cultural ethos of “Unity in Diversity”, in a large venue in the National Capital Region of Delhi. Thousands of the nation’s youth will together in one voice celebrate our great nation by singing "Jana Gana Mana". This event will be broadcast nationally and internationally, giving participants exposure on a grand scale that will, at the very least, leave them with memories that will last for a lifetime and, at the very most, be the key elements in inspiring them realize their greater dreams. www.ComeIndiaSing.com www.LorraineMusicAcademy.com www.lamp-india.org
    

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Published Date : 2015-05-21T07:29:09.000Z

Band performance of “Aint No Sunshine” (John Mayer) by students of the Lorraine Music Academy & the COME INDIA SING Band comprising of (Vocals:) Ananya Ravi, (Electric Guitar:) Arnav Prasad, Tanmay Gupta, Mike Manlun, (Bass:) Andrew Packiam, (Drums:) Kaustav Sood. Lorraine Music Academy & the LAMP Trust recently launched “Come India Sing For Disaster Relief” - a musical initiative to raise awareness, sensitivity, resilience, resources and support for National Disaster Management & Relief work. The Lorraine Music Academy and the LAMP Trust participated in the “Pure Hearts” Fund Raiser and collaborated towards putting up a performance in order to raise funds for the Nepal Earthquake victims. The children of the Lorraine Music Academy & the LAMP Trust performed at the Epicentre Auditorium at the Fund Raiser by “Pure Hearts” to raise awareness and resources for the Nepal Earthquake victims. Lorraine Fiona Aloysius played on the Piano, along with students of the Lorraine Music Academy who touched the hearts of the audience through songs including “God Will Make A Way” by Don Moen, among many others. The “Come India Sing” choir comprised of Ananya Mishra, Smridhi Shah, Jessica Rizvi, Jessica Rizvi, Tara Dasgupta, Kyra Oberoi, Anya Gupta, Shiven Gupta, Pronnoy Gupta, Nevan Roy, Zev Prasad, Michael Yuan, Shaarav Roy, Anika Bhatnagar, Varun Sahni, Sakshya Iyer, Jia Kalra, Eesha Bhatia, Kiyoshi Yakeem, Tanushi Yakeem, Ayush Rajput, Maanya Roongta, Diya Roongta, Devkaran Singh Babra, Malvika Nair, Varalika Deswal, Shreya Ganesh, Pranav Bakshi. Ten-year old Aditi Iyer sang pop songs “Skyfall” by Adele and “I Am Alive” by Celine Dion. Ten-year old Kiyoshi Yakeem played “Sonatine” by Kahlun on the piano and also played along with her 12-year old sister Tanushi Yakeem “The Trout” by Schubert on the piano. Twelve-year old Akhil Sahni played the popular classic “Fur Elise” by Beethoven on the piano. Pop songs like “This Love” by Maroon 5, “Yellow” by Coldplay, and “Aint No Sunshine” by Bill Withers were sung by 13-year old Ananya Ravi, along with Diya Syal and Rubal Ahuja, accompanied by the “Come India Sing” band comprising of Arnav Prasad, Tanmay Gupta, Kaustav Sood, Ananya Mohan, Pranay Gupta, Suryavir Bal, Andrew Packiam and Mike Manlun playing on various instruments such as the electric guitar, acoustic guitar, bass and drums. Aubrey Aloysius, founder of the Lorraine Music Academy and the LAMP Trust, and Chairman of the National Patriotic Project, says “When natural disasters - such as Earthquakes, Floods, Landslides, Cyclones, Tsunamis, Floods, Heat Waves - strikes home and around the world, Indians should be prepared to help in mitigation. Talented Singers, Musicians and Dancers from across Gurgaon and the National Capital Region of Delhi came together to sing and perform. Singing brings unity of spirit and oneness. The audience were encouraged to lend their voices and their hearts to raise awareness, sensitivity, resilience, resources and support for National Disaster Management & Relief work and foster a culture of prevention, preparedness and mitigation. The songs that we sang, the resources that we raised, will help the natural disaster victims re-build their broken lives brick by brick. We may not be directly affected, but we are brothers and sisters and we must feel for them and hence do what we can to help them rebuild their lives.” This “Come India Sing For Disaster Relief” musical performance forms a part of our “Come India Sing...” series of Nation Building initiatives utilising music as a tool. This series of initiatives, events & participative activities forms a part of the ongoing National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” that was launched on 15th August 2013, our Independence Day. www.lorrainemusicacademy.com/a_nation_building_project.php The National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” is a clarion call to 1.27 Billion Indians to stand together for one cause – the Unity of India, by singing one song – our National Anthem, in the correct code as laid out in the Constitution of India, i.e.- in 52 seconds.
    

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Published Date : 2014-07-29T15:47:33.000Z

29 July 2014 Gurgaon Students of LORRAINE MUSIC ACADEMY sang our National Anthem “Jana Gana Mana” with pride, passion and precision – in 52 seconds! 1. Aaryan Sharma 2. Zev Prasad 3. Vihaan Chaturvedi 4. Samuel Stone 5. Arjun Mahajan 6. Adhiraj Kapoor 7. Benjamin Stone 8. Raunaq Sinha 9. Ritwick Bhargava 10. Jasmere Gill 11. Rohan Khanna Lorraine Music Academy and LAMP Trust invite you to participate alongwith your family, friends, organisation in the National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing”. www.ComeIndiaSing.com www.LorraineMusicAcademy.com www.lorrainemusicacademy.com/a_nation_building_project.php Come join us in endeavouring to bring out excellence in each child and youth of our nation in the fields of academics, sports, music, arts & culture. Together we as Indians can truly be called GREAT INDIA! Let us take the first step by joining our hearts and minds together in singing the National Anthem with pride, passion and precision, thus expressing India's cultural ethos of Unity in Diversity. Upload your video of yourself singing with family or friends. Participate in the National Patriotic Project! Why participate? 1. "Practice makes perfect." In pursuit of excellence, practice the singing of our National Anthem with precision, pride and passion the correct way - in about 52 seconds - with the correct rhythm, melody & tempo. Let us excel in singing our National Anthem. www.lorrainemusicacademy.com/national_anthem_of_india_jana_gana_mana.php 2. Inculcate the habit of singing our National Anthem regularly - in our homes, schools, colleges, work places, institutions, community gatherings... 3. Encourage all members of our community and our society to be united as we "strive toward excellence in all spheres of individual and collective activity so that the nation constantly rises to higher levels of endeavour and achievement" as laid out in Article 51A, Constitution of India. 4. Be actively involved in this nation-building project by spreading the word and encouraging more participation. The National Patriotic Project "Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana" is a call to our nation, including every child and youth, to adhere to the Fundamental Duties of every citizen of India as laid out in Article 51A of the Constitution of India, clauses (a) and (j) of which state that: "It shall be the duty of every citizen of India (a) To abide by the Constitution and respect its ideals and institutions, the National Flag, and the National Anthem; (j) It is the duty of every citizen to strive towards excellence in all spheres of individual and collective activity so that the nation constantly rises to higher levels of endeavour and achievement." The National Anthem of India was written by the great Indian poet Rabindranath Tagore (1861 -- 1941). During his life, Tagore was an unsurpassed representative of his nation and received the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1913. His Bengali poem "Jana Gana Mana Adhi" consists of five stanzas. The first stanza of this poem constitutes the full version of the National Anthem of India, "Jana Gana Mana", which was adopted by the Constituent Assembly of India on 24 January 1950. The National Anthem of India is played or sung on various occasions. Instructions have been issued from time to time about the correct versions of the Anthem, the occasions on which these are to be played or sung, and about the need for paying respect to the anthem by observance of proper decorum on such occasions. The substance of these instructions has been embodied in this information sheet for general information and guidance. The National Anthem of India reads as follows- Jana-gana-mana-adhinayaka jaya he Bharata-bhagya-vidhata Panjaba-Sindhu-Gujarata-Maratha Dravida-Utkala-Banga Vindhya-Himachala-Yamuna-Ganga uchchala-jaladhi-taranga Tava Subha name jage, tave subha asisa mage, gahe tava jaya-gatha. Jana-gana-mangala-dayaka jaya he Bharata-bhagya-vidhata. Jaya he, Jaya he, Jaya he, jaya jaya jaya jaya he. The above is the full version of the National Anthem and its playing time is approximately 52 seconds. The following is Tagore's English rendering of the stanza -- Thou art the ruler of the minds of all people, Dispenser of India's destiny. Thy name rouses the hearts of Punjab, Sind, Gujarat and Maratha, Of the Dravida and Odisha and Bengal; It echoes in the hills of the Vindhyas and Himalayas, mingles in the music of Jamuna and Ganges and is chanted by the waves of the Indian Sea. They pray for thy blessings and sing thy praise. The saving of all people waits in thy hand, Thou dispenser of India's destiny. Victory, victory, victory to thee.
    

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Published Date : 2017-09-28T14:35:17.000Z

At Lorraine Music Academy, we believe that if our students can use their hands, then they can play an instrument (if they desire to). Through our education programs and courses we bring to our students musical experiences and musical memories that will last for a life time. Our students get excellent training and develop great confidence by being exposed to wide range of musical and creative opportunities through our training programs, workshops, recitals, concerts and public performances. Through music education we wish to provide children with social, educational and skill development opportunities. We also aim to promote in them a sense of self-esteem, accomplishment and pride. We maintain a special learning environment designed to provide a rich and rewarding musical experience for each student. To know more visit our Website www.LorraineMusicAcademy.com Also visit our Facebook page for latest updates https://www.facebook.com/lorraineacademymusic/
    

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Published Date : 2014-12-22T02:17:54.000Z

Piano Performance: “Allegretto” by Akhil Sahni, student of Lorraine Music Academy at the concert “Come India Sing A Christmas Carol – A Musical Morning Heralding The Christmas Season” organised by the Lorraine Music Academy & the LAMP Trust on Sunday 14th December 2014 @ 11am. HEAVEN ON EARTH by Lorraine Music Academy! The concert, held at Epicentre auditorium, was like heaven on earth. Around 60 students of Lorraine Music Academy participated. An auditorium of encouraging and appreciative parents and friends listened with rapt attention to angelic children, teenagers and youth aged 4 to 25 years singing traditional Christmas Carols among many others. Students performed various pieces on the Piano, Guitar, Drums and sang various songs! Aubrey Aloysius gave a welcome speech addressing children, youth and the audience gathered, explaining the National Building Project “Come India Sing” using music as a tool. The concert was dedicated to the National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana”. “Silent Night”, the ‘Universal Intangible Cultural Heritage song’ as declared by the United Nations in March 2011, was sung in German by Rishaan Bhatnagar aged 8 years and in English by Aubrey Aloysius while the audience joined in nostalgically remembering their school days of singing. Rishaan Bhatnagar, a student of Piano and Singing at the Lorraine Music Academy over the past 3 years, has been selected to go to Vienna and sing with the Vienna Boys Choir. He will study music in Vienna for 5 years and will be a part of the prestigious Vienna Boys Choir touring the world. The Musical Evening included a brief workshop embedded in the concert to educate and encourage the audience to abide by the Constitution of India and respect its ideals and institutions, the National Flag and the National Anthem. This included an explanation and training on the proper singing of the National Anthem as per the code as laid out in the Constitution – in the right rhythm, melody and timing. Aubrey Aloysius, founder of the Lorraine Music Academy and the LAMP Trust, and Chairman of the National Patriotic Project, says “Music is food for the soul. Good food and good exercise gives you good physical stability. A good diet of the right kind of music gives you mental, emotional, intellectual and spiritual stability. Music helps the creative process and sparks the imagination and ideas. When this musical imagination and experience of singing our National Anthem is ignited in a group circumstance, we have the most extraordinary power to change young lives for positive living and nation-building. The “Come India Sing” series of musical initiatives aims to unite children, youth and their families in the Nation Building task, promoting the key initiatives of our Government for cleanliness, hygiene, good health & development through music. Music helps to develop and build the scientific temper among children. Music, science and mathematics are co-related. It has been scientifically proved that music develops mathematical skills. When we study music, we have vibrations, frequency, resonance, tension, mass, length, pitch, harmonics, overtones – attributes that connect physics to music! We desire that every child and youth of the nation makes music their best friend for their life time, thereby stirring their creative talents. Music will also enable them to better handle stress in life ahead and help them keep the straight and narrow path.” This concert was a part of the nation building “Come India Sing” initiative and movement. This concert was in aid of raising awareness, support and resources for the “Come India Sing...” series of Nation Building initiatives utilising music as a tool. This series of initiatives, events & participative activities forms a part of the ongoing National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” that was launched on 15th August 2013, our Independence Day. The National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” is a clarion call to 1.27 Billion Indians to stand together for one cause – the Unity of India, by singing one song – our National Anthem, in the correct code as laid out in the Constitution of India, which is around 52 seconds. www.ComeIndiaSing.com www.LorraineMusicAcademy.com www.lamp-india.org
    

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Published Date : 2015-11-03T08:36:36.000Z

Piano Performance (THE HAPPY FARMER) by Shashwat Joglekar, student of Lorraine Music Academy at "A Musical Memorial Remembering Lal Bahadur Shastri" hosted by the Lorraine Music Academy & the LAMP Trust on 24 October 2015 to commemorate the 50th Golden Jubilee Anniversary of the famous slogan JAI JAWAN JAI KISAN that our Nation’s Hero, Bharat Ratna Lal Bahadur Shastri, has given to our Nation! This slogan is still relevant to the India of our next generation. The audience paid homage to our 2nd Prime Minister on his recent 111th birth anniversary and remembered the 50th Golden Jubilee of the Indo-Pak war that he victoriously led the nation into, followed by the signing of a peace treaty in Tashkent a few months later. The spirit of patriotism filled the air at the Epicentre Auditorium in Gurgaon. 99% members of the Lal Bahadur Shastri family attended the event – his sons, daughters-in-law, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Many people in the audience came from different parts of the country. They travelled a great distance to be there. The Chief Guest of the event was Dr. S. Y. Quraishi, former Chief Election Commissioner of India. Angelic voices of young children aged 4 to 14, teenagers, youth and professional musicians from the Lorraine Music Academy and from many schools in Haryana and Rajasthan performed. The evening began with a heavenly hair raising performance by young students of the Lorraine Music Academy and Lorraine Fiona Aloysius, playing on the piano and singing a song called ‘A Little Peace’....“A little loving, giving, sharing, patience and understanding will build a better tomorrow”. The song explained everything that Lal Bahadur Shastri stood for. He encouraged the country to make little sacrifices that would together lead our nation to victory over famine and war. The LAMPstand Band rendered a stunning modern fusion version of “Vande Mataram”, and also performed “Sare Jahaan Se Achcha”, and “Hum Honge Kaamyaab”. The children went on to sing “Aao Bachcho” and “Nanna Munna Rahi Hun”. Professional musicians along with students from Lorraine Music Academy, students from prominent educational institutions from across Haryana & Rajasthan - Pathways World School, Suncity World School, Scottish High International School, Paramlakshya World School, American Public School, CCA School, G. D. Goenka University - expressed their celebration through song, instrumental music, and dance performances. The musical memorial included group / choir singing performances of patriotic songs and folk songs and group dance performances set to patriotic and folk music from across India. At the end of his working day Lal Bahadur Shastri enjoyed listening to bhajans sung by Lalita Shastri. Meera Shastri, daughter-in-law of Lal Bahadur Shastri, sang Lalita Shastri’s favourite bhajan composition “Bhole Bhole Rat Te Ho Gayi Main Baanwaria”. Another of Lalita Shastri’s bhajan composition “Bata De Koi Mohe Shyam Ki Dagariya” from her album “Archana” was set to a wonderful kathak dance performance by Rashmi Gairola. The choir singing also included patriotic songs such as “Assi Desh Di Chad Di Lalli”, “Jai Jawan Jai Kisan”, “Meelo Hum Aa Gaye, Meelon Humein Jaana Hain”. The youth also performed a medley of superb dances set to patriotic and folk music. The Musical Memorial included “THE THINKERS’ FORUM CHARCHA” consisting of a live on-stage interaction moderated by Aubrey Aloysius with Anil Shastri and Sunil Shastri, sons of Lal Bahadur Shastri, delving into the noble qualities, ideals, ethics, values & principles of our exemplary National Hero, so as to pass them on to inspire our next generation of citizens for positive nation building. Article 51A of the Constitution of India states that “It shall be the duty of every citizen of India to cherish and follow the noble ideals which inspired our national struggle for freedom; to uphold and protect the sovereignty, unity and integrity of India.” Anil Shastri shared secrets and memorable anecdotes about his first hand experiences with their great father – as a father, and as a Prime Minister. Sunil Shastri blessed all the children so affectionately and prayed that in each home would be born and raised a Lal Bahadur Shastri! As their contribution to the Nation Building Project COME INDIA SING, Anil Shastri sang the song “Aa Chal Ke Tujhe” that was made popular by Kishore Kumar; and Sunil Shastri sang the song “Ek Din Bik Jaayega Maathi Ki Mol” made popular by Mohammed Rafi. The evening was a memorable and enjoyable one that brought fond memories and tears to the eyes of many. The evening ended with the entire family members of Lal Bahadur Shastri coming on stage and singing, along with the entire audience, our National Anthem JANA GANA MANA with pride, passion, and precision – in 52 seconds.
    

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Published Date : 2014-12-23T14:51:58.000Z

Carol Singing Performance: “Deck The Halls” by the Lorraine Music Academy Choir at the concert “Come India Sing A Christmas Carol – A Musical Morning Heralding The Christmas Season” organised by the Lorraine Music Academy & the LAMP Trust on Sunday 14th December 2014 @ 11am. HEAVEN ON EARTH by Lorraine Music Academy! The concert, held at Epicentre auditorium, was like heaven on earth. Around 60 students of Lorraine Music Academy participated. An auditorium of encouraging and appreciative parents and friends listened with rapt attention to angelic children, teenagers and youth aged 4 to 25 years singing traditional Christmas Carols among many others. Students performed various pieces on the Piano, Guitar, Drums and sang various songs! Aubrey Aloysius gave a welcome speech addressing children, youth and the audience gathered, explaining the National Building Project “Come India Sing” using music as a tool. The concert was dedicated to the National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana”. “Silent Night”, the ‘Universal Intangible Cultural Heritage song’ as declared by the United Nations in March 2011, was sung in German by Rishaan Bhatnagar aged 8 years and in English by Aubrey Aloysius while the audience joined in nostalgically remembering their school days of singing. Rishaan Bhatnagar, a student of Piano and Singing at the Lorraine Music Academy over the past 3 years, has been selected to go to Vienna and sing with the Vienna Boys Choir. He will study music in Vienna for 5 years and will be a part of the prestigious Vienna Boys Choir touring the world. The Musical Evening included a brief workshop embedded in the concert to educate and encourage the audience to abide by the Constitution of India and respect its ideals and institutions, the National Flag and the National Anthem. This included an explanation and training on the proper singing of the National Anthem as per the code as laid out in the Constitution – in the right rhythm, melody and timing. Aubrey Aloysius, founder of the Lorraine Music Academy and the LAMP Trust, and Chairman of the National Patriotic Project, says “Music is food for the soul. Good food and good exercise gives you good physical stability. A good diet of the right kind of music gives you mental, emotional, intellectual and spiritual stability. Music helps the creative process and sparks the imagination and ideas. When this musical imagination and experience of singing our National Anthem is ignited in a group circumstance, we have the most extraordinary power to change young lives for positive living and nation-building. The “Come India Sing” series of musical initiatives aims to unite children, youth and their families in the Nation Building task, promoting the key initiatives of our Government for cleanliness, hygiene, good health & development through music. Music helps to develop and build the scientific temper among children. Music, science and mathematics are co-related. It has been scientifically proved that music develops mathematical skills. When we study music, we have vibrations, frequency, resonance, tension, mass, length, pitch, harmonics, overtones – attributes that connect physics to music! We desire that every child and youth of the nation makes music their best friend for their life time, thereby stirring their creative talents. Music will also enable them to better handle stress in life ahead and help them keep the straight and narrow path.” This concert was a part of the nation building “Come India Sing” initiative and movement. This concert was in aid of raising awareness, support and resources for the “Come India Sing...” series of Nation Building initiatives utilising music as a tool. This series of initiatives, events & participative activities forms a part of the ongoing National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” that was launched on 15th August 2013, our Independence Day. The National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” is a clarion call to 1.27 Billion Indians to stand together for one cause – the Unity of India, by singing one song – our National Anthem, in the correct code as laid out in the Constitution of India, which is around 52 seconds. www.ComeIndiaSing.com www.LorraineMusicAcademy.com www.lamp-india.org
    

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Published Date : 2017-08-16T14:07:41.000Z

"Just Wave Hello" - a Solo Singing Performance by Sabina D'Souza, Student of Lorraine Music Academy at “A MUSICAL CELEBRATION OF INDIA : COME INDIA SING JANA GANA MANA” hosted by the LAMP Trust & the Lorraine Music Academy and supported by Modern Delhi Public School on Thursday 10th August 2017, at Kingdom of Dreams’ ShowShaa Auditorium, Gurugram on the eve of our 71st Independence Day – a first of its kind at this venue. The event had distinguished guests and members of the community from across the National Capital Region and from other States including a family member of Lal Bahadur Shastri, among many others. Chief Guest: • Dr. D. Suresh, IAS, Commissioner, Gurugram Division Special Guest of Honour: • Shri Anil Shastri, former Member of Parliament & son of former Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri Guests of Honour: • Shri Yashendra Singh, Administrator, HUDA, Faridabad • Shri John Philipose, Architect & Museologist • Shri Ajay Mehra, Managing Director – South Asia, Airbus • Smt. Nirmal Yadav, Principal, CCA School • Smt. Reena Sharma, Director, Euro International School • Shri Amit Singh, Deputy Director, Paramlakshya World School • Smt. Nidhi Kapoor, Principal, Euro International School • Smt. Priyanka Yadav, Principal, Paramlakshya World School Hosts: • Shri Aubrey Aloysius, Founder Trustee & President, LAMP Trust; Managing Director, Lorraine Music Academy • Smt. Lorraine Fiona Aloysius, Director & Principal, Lorraine Music Academy; Founder Trustee, LAMP Trust The auditorium was brimming with a new and young patriotic fervour; not just of memories of the past, but of dreams for the future. Over 150+ young patriotic participants aged between 5 – 18 years sang and danced to new, modern, upbeat and stylish music to celebrate our 71st Independence Day. The theme of the musical event was a call to the next generation of India to say “hello” to our future with renewed energy, passion, pride and patriotism. Dream big, think positive, and move into the future of a Great India! The Musical Celebration included patriotic and folk songs / dances depicting India’s cultural ethos of “Unity in Diversity”. Professional musicians and students of Lorraine Music Academy and schools across the Gurugram, Haryana & Rajasthan expressed their celebration through song, instrumental music, and dance performances. These included solo & group / choir singing of patriotic songs and mesmerising dance performances set to patriotic and folk music. Schools that participated included Euro International School, Sector-10, Gurugram; Scottish High International School, Gurugram; Suncity World School, Gurugram and Paramlakshya World School, Alwar District, Rajasthan. The program began with our National Song “Vande Mataram” performed by a young band playing the guitar, drums and keyboards. Three vocalists – Diya, Smriti and Shanaya, sang melodiously and set the mood for the evening. Sabina D’Souza, a high soprano, mesmerised the audience with a rendition of “Just Wave Hello”. Nadia D’Souza sang “Somewhere Over The Rainbow - Way Up High, Birds Fly Over the Rainbow, Why Oh Why Can’t I?” and “I Was Here”. The young children sang and danced to “Let’s Go Fly A Kite”. Rishan Bhatnagar sang “When I Wish Upon A Star... Your Dreams Come True”. Anika Bhatnagar sang “Tomorrow The Sun Will Come Out.... Just Hang On And Don’t Despair”. The evening concluded with a medley of superbly performed dances set to patriotic and folk music and themes including “Bharat Anokha Raag Hain” by Euro International School, a Haryanvi & Rajasthani Folk Dance Medley by Paramlakshya World School, an amalgamation of 3 classical dances – Kathak, Bharathanatyam, Odissi – by Scottish High International School, a traditional Rajasthani “Ghoomar” Folk Dance by Euro International School, and representations of 7 various Indian Classical Dance Forms representing “Unity in Diversity” by Suncity World School. The grand finale of the vocal section was the children singing “We are the World”, and that of the dance section was the portrayal of seven classical dance forms of India to a beautiful classical and fusion tune caused the audience to respond in a rapturous applause. The Musical Celebration also aimed to encourage the youth of the nation to fulfil their fundamental duties as citizens of India as per Article 51A of the Constitution of India. Article 51A of the Constitution of India states that “It shall be the duty of every citizen of India to cherish and follow the noble ideals which inspired our national struggle for freedom; to uphold and protect the sovereignty, unity and integrity of India.” To know more visit our Website www.LorraineMusicAcademy.com Visit our Facebook Page www.facebook.com/ComeIndiaSing Get to know more about our Nation Building Projects www.lamp-india.org www.ComeIndiaSing.com www.HeroOfWarAndPeace.com http://JaiJawan-JaiKisan.com
    

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Published Date : 2015-01-30T17:23:07.000Z

Group Singing Performance: “Dhitang Dhitan Bole” (Bengali Folk Song) by Lorraine Fiona Aloysius and students of Lorraine Music Academy at the concert “COME INDIA SING JANA GANA MANA – A Musical Evening in Honour of India on Republic Day” hosted by the Lorraine Music Academy & the LAMP Trust on Monday 26th January 2015 at Epicentre Auditorium, Gurgaon. SINGING & DANCING FOR NATION BUILDING Lorraine Music Academy and LAMP Trust hosted “COME INDIA SING JANA GANA MANA – A Musical Evening in Honour of India on Republic Day” on Monday 26th January 2015 at Epicentre Auditorium, Apparel House, Sector-44, Gurgaon. Our 66th Republic Day was celebrated with high spirit, energy and emotion of patriotism. 170 children and youth aged 4 years to 25 years from across the National Capital Region of Delhi sang and danced to folk, patriotic and nation-building songs with a spirit of excellence. The show began with the lighting of the traditional lamp by the distinguished Guests and members of the community from across the National Capital Region. The concert began with a bang with the singing of “Aye Mere Watan Ke Logo” by Vandita Swami, student of CCA School, followed by students of Lorraine Music Academy singing a song with tri-colour kites held high titled “Let’s Go Fly A Kite, Up To The Highest Heights”. Lorraine Fiona Aloysius played the Piano while she sang along with the children the famous Bengali Folk Song “Dhitang Dhitang Bole” (a call to Nation Building by farmers) and a Konkani Song from Karnataka “Sanjaya Cha Vellar” (our country is beautiful, may God bless our country). Various patriotic & folk song & dance performances from states of Punjab, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Mizoram among others were put up by CCA School, Amity International School, Suncity World School, Pathways World School, Manav Rachna International School, Ridge Valley School, Scottish High International School and Euro International School. Some of the songs included “Lakshya”, “Janmabhoomi Meri Pyari Janmabhoomi”, “Vande Mataram”, “Tu Hi Bharosa”, “Chanda Suraj Lakhon Taare”, “Janani Janma Bhoomi” among others. The Youth Choir of Lorraine Music Academy touched the hearts of people by singing a spiritual song “You Raised Me Up So I Can Stand On Mountains”. The Musical Evening in Honour of India also included a brief workshop embedded in the concert to educate and encourage the audience to abide by the Constitution of India and respect its ideals and institutions, the National Flag and the National Anthem. This included an explanation and training on the proper singing of the National Anthem as per the code as laid out in the Constitution – in the right rhythm, melody and timing. The event will have the audience singing our National Anthem with pride, passion, and precision. www.ComeIndiaSing.com www.LorraineMusicAcademy.com www.lamp-india.org
    

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Published Date : 2014-07-29T09:40:58.000Z

28 July 2014 Gurgaon Students of LORRAINE MUSIC ACADEMY sang our National Anthem “Jana Gana Mana” with pride, passion and precision – in 52 seconds! 1. Shania Singh 2. Nandini Tyagi, 6 years, student of Lorraine Music Academy and Ardee School 3. Sahana Naik 4. Sakshi Iyer 5. Navya Srikrishnan 6. Rishan Bhatnagar 7. Yash Verdhan Manuja 8. Sama Naik 9. Anirudh Vasishtha 10. Aryan Gupta 11. Vir Goyal 12. Ria Sharma 13. Kaavya Malhotra 14. Gauri Goyal 15. Kushagra Vasishtha 16. Elina Singh 17. Aman Sidhanth Lorraine Music Academy and LAMP Trust invite you to participate alongwith your family, friends, organisation in the National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing”. www.ComeIndiaSing.com www.LorraineMusicAcademy.com www.lorrainemusicacademy.com/a_nation_building_project.php Come join us in endeavouring to bring out excellence in each child and youth of our nation in the fields of academics, sports, music, arts & culture. Together we as Indians can truly be called GREAT INDIA! Let us take the first step by joining our hearts and minds together in singing the National Anthem with pride, passion and precision, thus expressing India's cultural ethos of Unity in Diversity. Upload your video of yourself singing with family or friends. Participate in the National Patriotic Project! Why participate? 1. "Practice makes perfect." In pursuit of excellence, practice the singing of our National Anthem with precision, pride and passion the correct way - in about 52 seconds - with the correct rhythm, melody & tempo. Let us excel in singing our National Anthem. www.lorrainemusicacademy.com/national_anthem_of_india_jana_gana_mana.php 2. Inculcate the habit of singing our National Anthem regularly - in our homes, schools, colleges, work places, institutions, community gatherings... 3. Encourage all members of our community and our society to be united as we "strive toward excellence in all spheres of individual and collective activity so that the nation constantly rises to higher levels of endeavour and achievement" as laid out in Article 51A, Constitution of India. 4. Be actively involved in this nation-building project by spreading the word and encouraging more participation. The National Patriotic Project "Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana" is a call to our nation, including every child and youth, to adhere to the Fundamental Duties of every citizen of India as laid out in Article 51A of the Constitution of India, clauses (a) and (j) of which state that: "It shall be the duty of every citizen of India (a) To abide by the Constitution and respect its ideals and institutions, the National Flag, and the National Anthem; (j) It is the duty of every citizen to strive towards excellence in all spheres of individual and collective activity so that the nation constantly rises to higher levels of endeavour and achievement." The National Anthem of India was written by the great Indian poet Rabindranath Tagore (1861 -- 1941). During his life, Tagore was an unsurpassed representative of his nation and received the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1913. His Bengali poem "Jana Gana Mana Adhi" consists of five stanzas. The first stanza of this poem constitutes the full version of the National Anthem of India, "Jana Gana Mana", which was adopted by the Constituent Assembly of India on 24 January 1950. The National Anthem of India is played or sung on various occasions. Instructions have been issued from time to time about the correct versions of the Anthem, the occasions on which these are to be played or sung, and about the need for paying respect to the anthem by observance of proper decorum on such occasions. The substance of these instructions has been embodied in this information sheet for general information and guidance. The National Anthem of India reads as follows- Jana-gana-mana-adhinayaka jaya he Bharata-bhagya-vidhata Panjaba-Sindhu-Gujarata-Maratha Dravida-Utkala-Banga Vindhya-Himachala-Yamuna-Ganga uchchala-jaladhi-taranga Tava Subha name jage, tave subha asisa mage, gahe tava jaya-gatha. Jana-gana-mangala-dayaka jaya he Bharata-bhagya-vidhata. Jaya he, Jaya he, Jaya he, jaya jaya jaya jaya he. The above is the full version of the National Anthem and its playing time is approximately 52 seconds. The following is Tagore's English rendering of the stanza -- Thou art the ruler of the minds of all people, Dispenser of India's destiny. Thy name rouses the hearts of Punjab, Sind, Gujarat and Maratha, Of the Dravida and Odisha and Bengal; It echoes in the hills of the Vindhyas and Himalayas, mingles in the music of Jamuna and Ganges and is chanted by the waves of the Indian Sea. They pray for thy blessings and sing thy praise. The saving of all people waits in thy hand, Thou dispenser of India's destiny. Victory, victory, victory to thee.
    

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Published Date : 2015-05-21T06:17:18.000Z

Band performance of “This Love” (Maroon 5) by students of the Lorraine Music Academy & the COME INDIA SING Band comprising of (Vocals) Ananya Ravi, (Electric Guitar) Arnav Prasad, Tanmay Gupta, (Bass) Kaustav Sood, (Drums) Suryavir Bal. Lorraine Music Academy & the LAMP Trust recently launched “Come India Sing For Disaster Relief” - a musical initiative to raise awareness, sensitivity, resilience, resources and support for National Disaster Management & Relief work. The Lorraine Music Academy and the LAMP Trust participated in the “Pure Hearts” Fund Raiser and collaborated towards putting up a performance in order to raise funds for the Nepal Earthquake victims. The children of the Lorraine Music Academy & the LAMP Trust performed at the Epicentre Auditorium at the Fund Raiser by “Pure Hearts” to raise awareness and resources for the Nepal Earthquake victims. Lorraine Fiona Aloysius played on the Piano, along with students of the Lorraine Music Academy who touched the hearts of the audience through songs including “God Will Make A Way” by Don Moen, among many others. The “Come India Sing” choir comprised of Ananya Mishra, Smridhi Shah, Jessica Rizvi, Jessica Rizvi, Tara Dasgupta, Kyra Oberoi, Anya Gupta, Shiven Gupta, Pronnoy Gupta, Nevan Roy, Zev Prasad, Michael Yuan, Shaarav Roy, Anika Bhatnagar, Varun Sahni, Sakshya Iyer, Jia Kalra, Eesha Bhatia, Kiyoshi Yakeem, Tanushi Yakeem, Ayush Rajput, Maanya Roongta, Diya Roongta, Devkaran Singh Babra, Malvika Nair, Varalika Deswal, Shreya Ganesh, Pranav Bakshi. Ten-year old Aditi Iyer sang pop songs “Skyfall” by Adele and “I Am Alive” by Celine Dion. Ten-year old Kiyoshi Yakeem played “Sonatine” by Kahlun on the piano and also played along with her 12-year old sister Tanushi Yakeem “The Trout” by Schubert on the piano. Twelve-year old Akhil Sahni played the popular classic “Fur Elise” by Beethoven on the piano. Pop songs like “This Love” by Maroon 5, “Yellow” by Coldplay, and “Aint No Sunshine” by Bill Withers were sung by 13-year old Ananya Ravi, along with Diya Syal and Rubal Ahuja, accompanied by the “Come India Sing” band comprising of Arnav Prasad, Tanmay Gupta, Kaustav Sood, Ananya Mohan, Pranay Gupta, Suryavir Bal, Andrew Packiam and Mike Manlun playing on various instruments such as the electric guitar, acoustic guitar, bass and drums. Aubrey Aloysius, founder of the Lorraine Music Academy and the LAMP Trust, and Chairman of the National Patriotic Project, says “When natural disasters - such as Earthquakes, Floods, Landslides, Cyclones, Tsunamis, Floods, Heat Waves - strikes home and around the world, Indians should be prepared to help in mitigation. Talented Singers, Musicians and Dancers from across Gurgaon and the National Capital Region of Delhi came together to sing and perform. Singing brings unity of spirit and oneness. The audience were encouraged to lend their voices and their hearts to raise awareness, sensitivity, resilience, resources and support for National Disaster Management & Relief work and foster a culture of prevention, preparedness and mitigation. The songs that we sang, the resources that we raised, will help the natural disaster victims re-build their broken lives brick by brick. We may not be directly affected, but we are brothers and sisters and we must feel for them and hence do what we can to help them rebuild their lives.” This “Come India Sing For Disaster Relief” musical performance forms a part of our “Come India Sing...” series of Nation Building initiatives utilising music as a tool. This series of initiatives, events & participative activities forms a part of the ongoing National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” that was launched on 15th August 2013, our Independence Day. www.lorrainemusicacademy.com/a_nation_building_project.php The National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” is a clarion call to 1.27 Billion Indians to stand together for one cause – the Unity of India, by singing one song – our National Anthem, in the correct code as laid out in the Constitution of India, i.e.- in 52 seconds.
    

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Published Date : 2014-11-15T07:03:56.000Z

Choir Performance / Group Singing: “Sing A Song” by students of Lorraine Music Academy - hosted by the Lorraine Music Academy and the LAMP trust on 9th November 2014 – “A Musical Memorial on Children’s Day eve – Remembering Chacha Nehru & Sardar Valabhbhai Patel” Not just an event, but a movement to rekindle the pride and glory of the nation of India through music, song, dance - performing art, visual art, literary art. Over 185 children from across the National Capital Region of Delhi, and the States of Haryana and Rajasthan participated in A MUSICAL MEMORIAL ON CHILDREN’S DAY EVE - "REMEMBERING CHACHA NEHRU & SARDAR VALLABHBHAI PATEL” hosted by Lorraine Music Academy and LAMP Trust on Sunday 9th November 2014, at Epicentre Auditorium, Gurgaon. The concert was dedicated to the National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” and “Come India Sing For Clean India”. The gathering paid homage to Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, commemorating his recent 139th birth anniversary on 31st October as the National Unity Day. An over-filled auditorium of 400+ people consisting of adults, youth & children displayed their unity for our nation by participating in the Workshop on the National Anthem and singing JANA GANA MANA with passion, pride and precision – in 52 seconds. The gathering also paid homage to Mahatma Gandhi by remembering 12th November as the National Broadcasting Services Day. On this day in 1947, Mahatma Gandhi walked into the studios of All India Radio to address the suffering, anguish filled refugees who were camped in Kurukshetra having just faced the agonies & horrors of partition earlier. Mahatma Gandhi recorded a message which was broadcast. We commend the great yeoman service to the nation being done by Prasar Bharati, All India Radio which reaches out to 92% of the country’s area and 99.19% of India’s total population, and Doordarshan which reaches our people across rural and urban India. The gathering also paid homage to Jawaharlal Nehru, on the eve of his 125th birth anniversary on 14th November. The evening was also dedicated to our Hon’ble Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi’s initiative of “Bal Swachchata” on the occasion of Children’s Day. Everyone present took the Clean India Pledge and spoke out loud the Swachchata Shapat in Hindi, thus committing themselves to 100 hours of service to this cause every year, ie- 2 hours a week; volunteering work for cleanliness in their homes, schools, work places, neighbourhoods; and to encouraging 100 other persons in doing the same. This evening’s group oath translates to a cumulative commitment of 40,000 hours of voluntary cleanliness work and a commitment to encourage another 40,000 individuals to volunteer a total of 40 lakh hours towards this cause over the next year. At “The (Little) Thinkers’ Forum”, moderated by Aubrey Aloysius, it was evident that children were proud to be Indian citizens and expressed their desire to strive to do their best for (a) protection of women, (b) helping abolish child labour, (c) using their time well and excelling in all they do to make India proud of their achievements, (d) doing something significant for the nation. At “The (Big) Thinkers’ Forum” moderated by Aubrey Aloysius, panellists spoke and shared their views on key topics such as “Are Geniuses born or made” and “Motivating children towards community service and nation building”. Students from Lorraine Music Academy, Pathways World School, Paramlakshya World School, Suncity World School, Lotus Valley International School, Sehwag International School, Rotary Public School expressed their celebration through song, instrumental music, and dance performances. The musical memorial included performances of songs “Ekla Chalo Re”, “Dohas from Kabir” and a medley of our nation’s folk dances, highlighting India’s cultural ethos of “Unity in Diversity”. Lorraine Fiona Aloysius will play on the Piano and will lead a group of singers in singing “Sing A Song”. The musical evening witnessed the launch of the National Singing Project “Come India Sing For Clean India” in support of the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan launched by our Hon’ble Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi. This concert was in aid of raising awareness, support and resources for the National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana”. The National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” is a clarion call to 1.27 Billion Indians to stand together for one cause – the Unity of India, by singing one song – our National Anthem, in the correct code as laid out in the Constitution of India, which is around 52 seconds. www.ComeIndiaSing.com www.LorraineMusicAcademy.com www.lamp-india.org
    

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Published Date : 2014-12-23T16:46:58.000Z

Singing Performance: “Skyfall” (Adele) by Ananya Ravi, student of Lorraine Music Academy at the concert “Come India Sing A Christmas Carol – A Musical Morning Heralding The Christmas Season” organised by the Lorraine Music Academy & the LAMP Trust on Sunday 14th December 2014 @ 11am. HEAVEN ON EARTH by Lorraine Music Academy! The concert, held at Epicentre auditorium, was like heaven on earth. Around 60 students of Lorraine Music Academy participated. An auditorium of encouraging and appreciative parents and friends listened with rapt attention to angelic children, teenagers and youth aged 4 to 25 years singing traditional Christmas Carols among many others. Students performed various pieces on the Piano, Guitar, Drums and sang various songs! Aubrey Aloysius gave a welcome speech addressing children, youth and the audience gathered, explaining the National Building Project “Come India Sing” using music as a tool. The concert was dedicated to the National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana”. “Silent Night”, the ‘Universal Intangible Cultural Heritage song’ as declared by the United Nations in March 2011, was sung in German by Rishaan Bhatnagar aged 8 years and in English by Aubrey Aloysius while the audience joined in nostalgically remembering their school days of singing. Rishaan Bhatnagar, a student of Piano and Singing at the Lorraine Music Academy over the past 3 years, has been selected to go to Vienna and sing with the Vienna Boys Choir. He will study music in Vienna for 5 years and will be a part of the prestigious Vienna Boys Choir touring the world. The Musical Evening included a brief workshop embedded in the concert to educate and encourage the audience to abide by the Constitution of India and respect its ideals and institutions, the National Flag and the National Anthem. This included an explanation and training on the proper singing of the National Anthem as per the code as laid out in the Constitution – in the right rhythm, melody and timing. Aubrey Aloysius, founder of the Lorraine Music Academy and the LAMP Trust, and Chairman of the National Patriotic Project, says “Music is food for the soul. Good food and good exercise gives you good physical stability. A good diet of the right kind of music gives you mental, emotional, intellectual and spiritual stability. Music helps the creative process and sparks the imagination and ideas. When this musical imagination and experience of singing our National Anthem is ignited in a group circumstance, we have the most extraordinary power to change young lives for positive living and nation-building. The “Come India Sing” series of musical initiatives aims to unite children, youth and their families in the Nation Building task, promoting the key initiatives of our Government for cleanliness, hygiene, good health & development through music. Music helps to develop and build the scientific temper among children. Music, science and mathematics are co-related. It has been scientifically proved that music develops mathematical skills. When we study music, we have vibrations, frequency, resonance, tension, mass, length, pitch, harmonics, overtones – attributes that connect physics to music! We desire that every child and youth of the nation makes music their best friend for their life time, thereby stirring their creative talents. Music will also enable them to better handle stress in life ahead and help them keep the straight and narrow path.” This concert was a part of the nation building “Come India Sing” initiative and movement. This concert was in aid of raising awareness, support and resources for the “Come India Sing...” series of Nation Building initiatives utilising music as a tool. This series of initiatives, events & participative activities forms a part of the ongoing National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” that was launched on 15th August 2013, our Independence Day. The National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” is a clarion call to 1.27 Billion Indians to stand together for one cause – the Unity of India, by singing one song – our National Anthem, in the correct code as laid out in the Constitution of India, which is around 52 seconds. www.ComeIndiaSing.com www.LorraineMusicAcademy.com www.lamp-india.org
    

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Published Date : 2014-12-23T06:36:47.000Z

Drum Performance: “Rattle Snake” by Zev Prasad, student of Lorraine Music Academy at the concert “Come India Sing A Christmas Carol – A Musical Morning Heralding The Christmas Season” organised by the Lorraine Music Academy & the LAMP Trust on Sunday 14th December 2014 @ 11am. HEAVEN ON EARTH by Lorraine Music Academy! The concert, held at Epicentre auditorium, was like heaven on earth. Around 60 students of Lorraine Music Academy participated. An auditorium of encouraging and appreciative parents and friends listened with rapt attention to angelic children, teenagers and youth aged 4 to 25 years singing traditional Christmas Carols among many others. Students performed various pieces on the Piano, Guitar, Drums and sang various songs! Aubrey Aloysius gave a welcome speech addressing children, youth and the audience gathered, explaining the National Building Project “Come India Sing” using music as a tool. The concert was dedicated to the National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana”. “Silent Night”, the ‘Universal Intangible Cultural Heritage song’ as declared by the United Nations in March 2011, was sung in German by Rishaan Bhatnagar aged 8 years and in English by Aubrey Aloysius while the audience joined in nostalgically remembering their school days of singing. Rishaan Bhatnagar, a student of Piano and Singing at the Lorraine Music Academy over the past 3 years, has been selected to go to Vienna and sing with the Vienna Boys Choir. He will study music in Vienna for 5 years and will be a part of the prestigious Vienna Boys Choir touring the world. The Musical Evening included a brief workshop embedded in the concert to educate and encourage the audience to abide by the Constitution of India and respect its ideals and institutions, the National Flag and the National Anthem. This included an explanation and training on the proper singing of the National Anthem as per the code as laid out in the Constitution – in the right rhythm, melody and timing. Aubrey Aloysius, founder of the Lorraine Music Academy and the LAMP Trust, and Chairman of the National Patriotic Project, says “Music is food for the soul. Good food and good exercise gives you good physical stability. A good diet of the right kind of music gives you mental, emotional, intellectual and spiritual stability. Music helps the creative process and sparks the imagination and ideas. When this musical imagination and experience of singing our National Anthem is ignited in a group circumstance, we have the most extraordinary power to change young lives for positive living and nation-building. The “Come India Sing” series of musical initiatives aims to unite children, youth and their families in the Nation Building task, promoting the key initiatives of our Government for cleanliness, hygiene, good health & development through music. Music helps to develop and build the scientific temper among children. Music, science and mathematics are co-related. It has been scientifically proved that music develops mathematical skills. When we study music, we have vibrations, frequency, resonance, tension, mass, length, pitch, harmonics, overtones – attributes that connect physics to music! We desire that every child and youth of the nation makes music their best friend for their life time, thereby stirring their creative talents. Music will also enable them to better handle stress in life ahead and help them keep the straight and narrow path.” This concert was a part of the nation building “Come India Sing” initiative and movement. This concert was in aid of raising awareness, support and resources for the “Come India Sing...” series of Nation Building initiatives utilising music as a tool. This series of initiatives, events & participative activities forms a part of the ongoing National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” that was launched on 15th August 2013, our Independence Day. The National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” is a clarion call to 1.27 Billion Indians to stand together for one cause – the Unity of India, by singing one song – our National Anthem, in the correct code as laid out in the Constitution of India, which is around 52 seconds. www.ComeIndiaSing.com www.LorraineMusicAcademy.com www.lamp-india.org
    

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Published Date : 2014-09-04T03:32:15.000Z

Piano Performance : “Sonatina” by Fredrick Kuhlao performed by Kiyoshi Yakeem, student of Lorraine Music Academy, Gurgaon, Haryana – hosted by the Lorraine Music Academy & the LAMP Trust on 15 August 2014 - "Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana" Independence Day Concert. Lorraine Music Academy and LAMP Trust hosted A MUSICAL CELEBRATION OF INDIA - “COME INDIA SING JANA GANA MANA”, on our Independence Day on Friday 15th August 2014 at Epicentre Auditorium, Apparel House, Sector-44, Gurgaon. The event also marked the encouragement of a nation-wide drive to encourage proper singing of our National Anthem the right way as per the code laid out in the Constitution of India across schools, colleges, universities and educational institutions. The initiative includes speaking at gatherings of students in schools and educational institutions, during assembly time, in offices and institutions across the country, conducting workshops and training sessions, teaching the correct way of singing the Anthem, with passion, pride and precision, ie- in 52 seconds. We will encourage singing across the National Capital Region and across the nation among citizens, community members, members of RWAs, office colleages, etc. This event forms a part of the ongoing National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” that was launched on 15th August 2013, our Independence Day, inaugurated by the then Union Cabinet Minister and current Member of Parliament (Rajya Sabha) Shri Oscar Fernandes. The “Come India Sing” Nation-wide Audition and Talent Contest for Music, Art & Culture is open to all. This includes a slogan contest for every Indian citizen to express what the National Anthem means to them. The contest also encourages the practising & the singing of Jana Gana Mana and a Patriotic Song. Participation can be as an Individual, as a Family or as a Group of friends, a school, a college, classmates, office colleagues, communities, RWAs.... All one has to do is record on video one’s family or group or oneself singing the song, upload the video to YouTube, complete the registration form on our website, and be a part of the nation-building project. Age is no bar. This contest is open to all ages. Select participants and winners of the above project will get opportunities to perform on stage before audiences at various venues in the National Capital Region of Delhi and across the country. Winners of the “Come India Sing” Nation-wide Talent Contest will earn the privilege of being invited to sing the National Anthem alongside the nation’s leaders and to receive their award. Individuals and groups whose performance stand out will also be invited to attend or to perform at an enormous annual cultural program depicting India’s cultural ethos of “Unity in Diversity”, in a large venue in the National Capital Region of Delhi. Thousands of the nation’s youth will together in one voice celebrate our great nation by singing "Jana Gana Mana". This event will be broadcast nationally and internationally, giving participants exposure on a grand scale that will, at the very least, leave them with memories that will last for a lifetime and, at the very most, be the key elements in inspiring them realize their greater dreams. www.ComeIndiaSing.com www.LorraineMusicAcademy.com www.lamp-india.org
    

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Published Date : 2014-12-24T15:24:50.000Z

    

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Published Date : 2014-12-22T09:57:27.000Z

Piano Performance: “Polka” & "Allegro" by Katya Sood, student of Lorraine Music Academy at the concert “Come India Sing A Christmas Carol – A Musical Morning Heralding The Christmas Season” organised by the Lorraine Music Academy & the LAMP Trust on Sunday 14th December 2014 @ 11am. HEAVEN ON EARTH by Lorraine Music Academy! The concert, held at Epicentre auditorium, was like heaven on earth. Around 60 students of Lorraine Music Academy participated. An auditorium of encouraging and appreciative parents and friends listened with rapt attention to angelic children, teenagers and youth aged 4 to 25 years singing traditional Christmas Carols among many others. Students performed various pieces on the Piano, Guitar, Drums and sang various songs! Aubrey Aloysius gave a welcome speech addressing children, youth and the audience gathered, explaining the National Building Project “Come India Sing” using music as a tool. The concert was dedicated to the National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana”. “Silent Night”, the ‘Universal Intangible Cultural Heritage song’ as declared by the United Nations in March 2011, was sung in German by Rishaan Bhatnagar aged 8 years and in English by Aubrey Aloysius while the audience joined in nostalgically remembering their school days of singing. Rishaan Bhatnagar, a student of Piano and Singing at the Lorraine Music Academy over the past 3 years, has been selected to go to Vienna and sing with the Vienna Boys Choir. He will study music in Vienna for 5 years and will be a part of the prestigious Vienna Boys Choir touring the world. The Musical Evening included a brief workshop embedded in the concert to educate and encourage the audience to abide by the Constitution of India and respect its ideals and institutions, the National Flag and the National Anthem. This included an explanation and training on the proper singing of the National Anthem as per the code as laid out in the Constitution – in the right rhythm, melody and timing. Aubrey Aloysius, founder of the Lorraine Music Academy and the LAMP Trust, and Chairman of the National Patriotic Project, says “Music is food for the soul. Good food and good exercise gives you good physical stability. A good diet of the right kind of music gives you mental, emotional, intellectual and spiritual stability. Music helps the creative process and sparks the imagination and ideas. When this musical imagination and experience of singing our National Anthem is ignited in a group circumstance, we have the most extraordinary power to change young lives for positive living and nation-building. The “Come India Sing” series of musical initiatives aims to unite children, youth and their families in the Nation Building task, promoting the key initiatives of our Government for cleanliness, hygiene, good health & development through music. Music helps to develop and build the scientific temper among children. Music, science and mathematics are co-related. It has been scientifically proved that music develops mathematical skills. When we study music, we have vibrations, frequency, resonance, tension, mass, length, pitch, harmonics, overtones – attributes that connect physics to music! We desire that every child and youth of the nation makes music their best friend for their life time, thereby stirring their creative talents. Music will also enable them to better handle stress in life ahead and help them keep the straight and narrow path.” This concert was a part of the nation building “Come India Sing” initiative and movement. This concert was in aid of raising awareness, support and resources for the “Come India Sing...” series of Nation Building initiatives utilising music as a tool. This series of initiatives, events & participative activities forms a part of the ongoing National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” that was launched on 15th August 2013, our Independence Day. The National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” is a clarion call to 1.27 Billion Indians to stand together for one cause – the Unity of India, by singing one song – our National Anthem, in the correct code as laid out in the Constitution of India, which is around 52 seconds. www.ComeIndiaSing.com www.LorraineMusicAcademy.com www.lamp-india.org
    

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Published Date : 2014-11-15T10:44:43.000Z

Piano Performance “Song Without Words op. 19b no. 1 - Felix Mendelssohn” by Mayuri Gupta, student of Lorraine Music Academy - hosted by the Lorraine Music Academy and the LAMP trust on 9th November 2014 – “A Musical Memorial on Children’s Day eve – Remembering Chacha Nehru & Sardar Valabhbhai Patel” Not just an event, but a movement to rekindle the pride and glory of the nation of India through music, song, dance - performing art, visual art, literary art. Over 185 children from across the National Capital Region of Delhi, and the States of Haryana and Rajasthan participated in A MUSICAL MEMORIAL ON CHILDREN’S DAY EVE - "REMEMBERING CHACHA NEHRU & SARDAR VALLABHBHAI PATEL” hosted by Lorraine Music Academy and LAMP Trust on Sunday 9th November 2014, at Epicentre Auditorium, Gurgaon. The concert was dedicated to the National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” and “Come India Sing For Clean India”. The gathering paid homage to Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, commemorating his recent 139th birth anniversary on 31st October as the National Unity Day. An over-filled auditorium of 400+ people consisting of adults, youth & children displayed their unity for our nation by participating in the Workshop on the National Anthem and singing JANA GANA MANA with passion, pride and precision – in 52 seconds. The gathering also paid homage to Mahatma Gandhi by remembering 12th November as the National Broadcasting Services Day. On this day in 1947, Mahatma Gandhi walked into the studios of All India Radio to address the suffering, anguish filled refugees who were camped in Kurukshetra having just faced the agonies & horrors of partition earlier. Mahatma Gandhi recorded a message which was broadcast. We commend the great yeoman service to the nation being done by Prasar Bharati, All India Radio which reaches out to 92% of the country’s area and 99.19% of India’s total population, and Doordarshan which reaches our people across rural and urban India. The gathering also paid homage to Jawaharlal Nehru, on the eve of his 125th birth anniversary on 14th November. The evening was also dedicated to our Hon’ble Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi’s initiative of “Bal Swachchata” on the occasion of Children’s Day. Everyone present took the Clean India Pledge and spoke out loud the Swachchata Shapat in Hindi, thus committing themselves to 100 hours of service to this cause every year, ie- 2 hours a week; volunteering work for cleanliness in their homes, schools, work places, neighbourhoods; and to encouraging 100 other persons in doing the same. This evening’s group oath translates to a cumulative commitment of 40,000 hours of voluntary cleanliness work and a commitment to encourage another 40,000 individuals to volunteer a total of 40 lakh hours towards this cause over the next year. At “The (Little) Thinkers’ Forum”, moderated by Aubrey Aloysius, it was evident that children were proud to be Indian citizens and expressed their desire to strive to do their best for (a) protection of women, (b) helping abolish child labour, (c) using their time well and excelling in all they do to make India proud of their achievements, (d) doing something significant for the nation. At “The (Big) Thinkers’ Forum” moderated by Aubrey Aloysius, panellists spoke and shared their views on key topics such as “Are Geniuses born or made” and “Motivating children towards community service and nation building”. Students from Lorraine Music Academy, Pathways World School, Paramlakshya World School, Suncity World School, Lotus Valley International School, Sehwag International School, Rotary Public School expressed their celebration through song, instrumental music, and dance performances. The musical memorial included performances of songs “Ekla Chalo Re”, “Dohas from Kabir” and a medley of our nation’s folk dances, highlighting India’s cultural ethos of “Unity in Diversity”. Lorraine Fiona Aloysius will play on the Piano and will lead a group of singers in singing “Sing A Song”. The musical evening witnessed the launch of the National Singing Project “Come India Sing For Clean India” in support of the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan launched by our Hon’ble Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi. This concert was in aid of raising awareness, support and resources for the National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana”. The National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” is a clarion call to 1.27 Billion Indians to stand together for one cause – the Unity of India, by singing one song – our National Anthem, in the correct code as laid out in the Constitution of India, which is around 52 seconds. www.ComeIndiaSing.com www.LorrainMusicAcademy.com www.lamp-india.org
    

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Published Date : 2014-12-24T15:38:34.000Z

    

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Published Date : 2015-01-31T12:03:57.000Z

Dance Performance: “Barso Re” (Popular Song) by students of Lorraine Music Academy at the concert “COME INDIA SING JANA GANA MANA – A Musical Evening in Honour of India on Republic Day” hosted by the Lorraine Music Academy & the LAMP Trust on Monday 26th January 2015 at Epicentre Auditorium, Gurgaon. SINGING & DANCING FOR NATION BUILDING Lorraine Music Academy and LAMP Trust hosted “COME INDIA SING JANA GANA MANA – A Musical Evening in Honour of India on Republic Day” on Monday 26th January 2015 at Epicentre Auditorium, Apparel House, Sector-44, Gurgaon. Our 66th Republic Day was celebrated with high spirit, energy and emotion of patriotism. 170 children and youth aged 4 years to 25 years from across the National Capital Region of Delhi sang and danced to folk, patriotic and nation-building songs with a spirit of excellence. The show began with the lighting of the traditional lamp by the distinguished Guests and members of the community from across the National Capital Region. The concert began with a bang with the singing of “Aye Mere Watan Ke Logo” by Vandita Swami, student of CCA School, followed by students of Lorraine Music Academy singing a song with tri-colour kites held high titled “Let’s Go Fly A Kite, Up To The Highest Heights”. Lorraine Fiona Aloysius played the Piano while she sang along with the children the famous Bengali Folk Song “Dhitang Dhitang Bole” (a call to Nation Building by farmers) and a Konkani Song from Karnataka “Sanjaya Cha Vellar” (our country is beautiful, may God bless our country). Various patriotic & folk song & dance performances from states of Punjab, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Mizoram among others were put up by CCA School, Amity International School, Suncity World School, Pathways World School, Manav Rachna International School, Ridge Valley School, Scottish High International School and Euro International School. Some of the songs included “Lakshya”, “Janmabhoomi Meri Pyari Janmabhoomi”, “Vande Mataram”, “Tu Hi Bharosa”, “Chanda Suraj Lakhon Taare”, “Janani Janma Bhoomi” among others. The Youth Choir of Lorraine Music Academy touched the hearts of people by singing a spiritual song “You Raised Me Up So I Can Stand On Mountains”. The Musical Evening in Honour of India also included a brief workshop embedded in the concert to educate and encourage the audience to abide by the Constitution of India and respect its ideals and institutions, the National Flag and the National Anthem. This included an explanation and training on the proper singing of the National Anthem as per the code as laid out in the Constitution – in the right rhythm, melody and timing. The event will have the audience singing our National Anthem with pride, passion, and precision. www.ComeIndiaSing.com www.LorraineMusicAcademy.com www.lamp-india.org
    

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Published Date : 2018-01-09T12:46:43.000Z

    

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Published Date : 2018-01-09T09:48:58.000Z

    

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Published Date : 2014-11-15T10:39:13.000Z

Piano Performance “Sonatine - Fr. Kuhlau” by Kiyoshi Yakeem, student of Lorraine Music Academy - hosted by the Lorraine Music Academy and the LAMP trust on 9th November 2014 – “A Musical Memorial on Children’s Day eve – Remembering Chacha Nehru & Sardar Valabhbhai Patel” Not just an event, but a movement to rekindle the pride and glory of the nation of India through music, song, dance - performing art, visual art, literary art. Over 185 children from across the National Capital Region of Delhi, and the States of Haryana and Rajasthan participated in A MUSICAL MEMORIAL ON CHILDREN’S DAY EVE - "REMEMBERING CHACHA NEHRU & SARDAR VALLABHBHAI PATEL” hosted by Lorraine Music Academy and LAMP Trust on Sunday 9th November 2014, at Epicentre Auditorium, Gurgaon. The concert was dedicated to the National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” and “Come India Sing For Clean India”. The gathering paid homage to Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, commemorating his recent 139th birth anniversary on 31st October as the National Unity Day. An over-filled auditorium of 400+ people consisting of adults, youth & children displayed their unity for our nation by participating in the Workshop on the National Anthem and singing JANA GANA MANA with passion, pride and precision – in 52 seconds. The gathering also paid homage to Mahatma Gandhi by remembering 12th November as the National Broadcasting Services Day. On this day in 1947, Mahatma Gandhi walked into the studios of All India Radio to address the suffering, anguish filled refugees who were camped in Kurukshetra having just faced the agonies & horrors of partition earlier. Mahatma Gandhi recorded a message which was broadcast. We commend the great yeoman service to the nation being done by Prasar Bharati, All India Radio which reaches out to 92% of the country’s area and 99.19% of India’s total population, and Doordarshan which reaches our people across rural and urban India. The gathering also paid homage to Jawaharlal Nehru, on the eve of his 125th birth anniversary on 14th November. The evening was also dedicated to our Hon’ble Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi’s initiative of “Bal Swachchata” on the occasion of Children’s Day. Everyone present took the Clean India Pledge and spoke out loud the Swachchata Shapat in Hindi, thus committing themselves to 100 hours of service to this cause every year, ie- 2 hours a week; volunteering work for cleanliness in their homes, schools, work places, neighbourhoods; and to encouraging 100 other persons in doing the same. This evening’s group oath translates to a cumulative commitment of 40,000 hours of voluntary cleanliness work and a commitment to encourage another 40,000 individuals to volunteer a total of 40 lakh hours towards this cause over the next year. At “The (Little) Thinkers’ Forum”, moderated by Aubrey Aloysius, it was evident that children were proud to be Indian citizens and expressed their desire to strive to do their best for (a) protection of women, (b) helping abolish child labour, (c) using their time well and excelling in all they do to make India proud of their achievements, (d) doing something significant for the nation. At “The (Big) Thinkers’ Forum” moderated by Aubrey Aloysius, panellists spoke and shared their views on key topics such as “Are Geniuses born or made” and “Motivating children towards community service and nation building”. Students from Lorraine Music Academy, Pathways World School, Paramlakshya World School, Suncity World School, Lotus Valley International School, Sehwag International School, Rotary Public School expressed their celebration through song, instrumental music, and dance performances. The musical memorial included performances of songs “Ekla Chalo Re”, “Dohas from Kabir” and a medley of our nation’s folk dances, highlighting India’s cultural ethos of “Unity in Diversity”. Lorraine Fiona Aloysius will play on the Piano and will lead a group of singers in singing “Sing A Song”. The musical evening witnessed the launch of the National Singing Project “Come India Sing For Clean India” in support of the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan launched by our Hon’ble Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi. This concert was in aid of raising awareness, support and resources for the National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana”. The National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” is a clarion call to 1.27 Billion Indians to stand together for one cause – the Unity of India, by singing one song – our National Anthem, in the correct code as laid out in the Constitution of India, which is around 52 seconds. www.ComeIndiaSing.com www.LorraineMusicAcademy.com www.lamp-india.org
    

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Published Date : 2014-12-22T10:29:01.000Z

Piano Performance: “Arabesque” & “Cat’s Whiskers” by Shashwat Joglekar, student of Lorraine Music Academy at the concert “Come India Sing A Christmas Carol – A Musical Morning Heralding The Christmas Season” organised by the Lorraine Music Academy & the LAMP Trust on Sunday 14th December 2014 @ 11am. Video: http://youtu.be/l40r6Y4vG6g HEAVEN ON EARTH by Lorraine Music Academy! The concert, held at Epicentre auditorium, was like heaven on earth. Around 60 students of Lorraine Music Academy participated. An auditorium of encouraging and appreciative parents and friends listened with rapt attention to angelic children, teenagers and youth aged 4 to 25 years singing traditional Christmas Carols among many others. Students performed various pieces on the Piano, Guitar, Drums and sang various songs! Aubrey Aloysius gave a welcome speech addressing children, youth and the audience gathered, explaining the National Building Project “Come India Sing” using music as a tool. The concert was dedicated to the National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana”. “Silent Night”, the ‘Universal Intangible Cultural Heritage song’ as declared by the United Nations in March 2011, was sung in German by Rishaan Bhatnagar aged 8 years and in English by Aubrey Aloysius while the audience joined in nostalgically remembering their school days of singing. Rishaan Bhatnagar, a student of Piano and Singing at the Lorraine Music Academy over the past 3 years, has been selected to go to Vienna and sing with the Vienna Boys Choir. He will study music in Vienna for 5 years and will be a part of the prestigious Vienna Boys Choir touring the world. The Musical Evening included a brief workshop embedded in the concert to educate and encourage the audience to abide by the Constitution of India and respect its ideals and institutions, the National Flag and the National Anthem. This included an explanation and training on the proper singing of the National Anthem as per the code as laid out in the Constitution – in the right rhythm, melody and timing. Aubrey Aloysius, founder of the Lorraine Music Academy and the LAMP Trust, and Chairman of the National Patriotic Project, says “Music is food for the soul. Good food and good exercise gives you good physical stability. A good diet of the right kind of music gives you mental, emotional, intellectual and spiritual stability. Music helps the creative process and sparks the imagination and ideas. When this musical imagination and experience of singing our National Anthem is ignited in a group circumstance, we have the most extraordinary power to change young lives for positive living and nation-building. The “Come India Sing” series of musical initiatives aims to unite children, youth and their families in the Nation Building task, promoting the key initiatives of our Government for cleanliness, hygiene, good health & development through music. Music helps to develop and build the scientific temper among children. Music, science and mathematics are co-related. It has been scientifically proved that music develops mathematical skills. When we study music, we have vibrations, frequency, resonance, tension, mass, length, pitch, harmonics, overtones – attributes that connect physics to music! We desire that every child and youth of the nation makes music their best friend for their life time, thereby stirring their creative talents. Music will also enable them to better handle stress in life ahead and help them keep the straight and narrow path.” This concert was a part of the nation building “Come India Sing” initiative and movement. This concert was in aid of raising awareness, support and resources for the “Come India Sing...” series of Nation Building initiatives utilising music as a tool. This series of initiatives, events & participative activities forms a part of the ongoing National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” that was launched on 15th August 2013, our Independence Day. The National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” is a clarion call to 1.27 Billion Indians to stand together for one cause – the Unity of India, by singing one song – our National Anthem, in the correct code as laid out in the Constitution of India, which is around 52 seconds. www.ComeIndiaSing.com www.LorraineMusicAcademy.com www.lamp-india.org
    

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Published Date : 2014-07-29T09:36:56.000Z

16 July 2014 Gurgaon Students of LORRAINE MUSIC ACADEMY practise singing of our National Anthem “Jana Gana Mana” with pride, passion and precision – aiming to sing in 52 seconds! 1. Kunzes Choudhry 2. Anya Gupta 3. Shiven Gupta 4. Areyan Lulla 5. Urvashi Kapoor 6. Aayaan 7. Anirudh Vasishtha 8. Kushagra Vasishtha 9. Adit Bathla 10. Nitish Sahni Lorraine Music Academy and LAMP Trust invite you to participate alongwith your family, friends, organisation in the National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing”. www.ComeIndiaSing.com www.LorraineMusicAcademy.com www.lorrainemusicacademy.com/a_nation_building_project.php Come join us in endeavouring to bring out excellence in each child and youth of our nation in the fields of academics, sports, music, arts & culture. Together we as Indians can truly be called GREAT INDIA! Let us take the first step by joining our hearts and minds together in singing the National Anthem with pride, passion and precision, thus expressing India's cultural ethos of Unity in Diversity. Upload your video of yourself singing with family or friends. Participate in the National Patriotic Project! Why participate? 1. "Practice makes perfect." In pursuit of excellence, practice the singing of our National Anthem with precision, pride and passion the correct way - in about 52 seconds - with the correct rhythm, melody & tempo. Let us excel in singing our National Anthem. www.lorrainemusicacademy.com/national_anthem_of_india_jana_gana_mana.php 2. Inculcate the habit of singing our National Anthem regularly - in our homes, schools, colleges, work places, institutions, community gatherings... 3. Encourage all members of our community and our society to be united as we "strive toward excellence in all spheres of individual and collective activity so that the nation constantly rises to higher levels of endeavour and achievement" as laid out in Article 51A, Constitution of India. 4. Be actively involved in this nation-building project by spreading the word and encouraging more participation. The National Patriotic Project "Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana" is a call to our nation, including every child and youth, to adhere to the Fundamental Duties of every citizen of India as laid out in Article 51A of the Constitution of India, clauses (a) and (j) of which state that: "It shall be the duty of every citizen of India (a) To abide by the Constitution and respect its ideals and institutions, the National Flag, and the National Anthem; (j) It is the duty of every citizen to strive towards excellence in all spheres of individual and collective activity so that the nation constantly rises to higher levels of endeavour and achievement." The National Anthem of India was written by the great Indian poet Rabindranath Tagore (1861 -- 1941). During his life, Tagore was an unsurpassed representative of his nation and received the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1913. His Bengali poem "Jana Gana Mana Adhi" consists of five stanzas. The first stanza of this poem constitutes the full version of the National Anthem of India, "Jana Gana Mana", which was adopted by the Constituent Assembly of India on 24 January 1950. The National Anthem of India is played or sung on various occasions. Instructions have been issued from time to time about the correct versions of the Anthem, the occasions on which these are to be played or sung, and about the need for paying respect to the anthem by observance of proper decorum on such occasions. The substance of these instructions has been embodied in this information sheet for general information and guidance. The National Anthem of India reads as follows- Jana-gana-mana-adhinayaka jaya he Bharata-bhagya-vidhata Panjaba-Sindhu-Gujarata-Maratha Dravida-Utkala-Banga Vindhya-Himachala-Yamuna-Ganga uchchala-jaladhi-taranga Tava Subha name jage, tave subha asisa mage, gahe tava jaya-gatha. Jana-gana-mangala-dayaka jaya he Bharata-bhagya-vidhata. Jaya he, Jaya he, Jaya he, jaya jaya jaya jaya he. The above is the full version of the National Anthem and its playing time is approximately 52 seconds. The following is Tagore's English rendering of the stanza -- Thou art the ruler of the minds of all people, Dispenser of India's destiny. Thy name rouses the hearts of Punjab, Sind, Gujarat and Maratha, Of the Dravida and Odisha and Bengal; It echoes in the hills of the Vindhyas and Himalayas, mingles in the music of Jamuna and Ganges and is chanted by the waves of the Indian Sea. They pray for thy blessings and sing thy praise. The saving of all people waits in thy hand, Thou dispenser of India's destiny. Victory, victory, victory to thee.
    

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Published Date : 2014-10-20T06:54:14.000Z

A unique event was hosted by Lorraine Music Academy and LAMP Trust on the 2nd of October 2014, at Epicentre Auditorium, Gurgaon that paid homage to the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi, on the occasion of his 145th birth anniversary, and to another of our Nation's Heroes, Lal Bahadur Shastri, on his 110th birth anniversary. Group Singing / Choir Performance: “Ode To Joy” & “Joyful, Joyful” by Lorraine Music Academy & Friends – Lorraine Fiona Aloysius (Piano & Vocal), Ananya Panwar (Vocal), Aubrey Aloysius (Vocal), Oscar Fernandes (Vocal) – hosted by the Lorraine Music Academy and the LAMP Trust on 2nd October 2014 - “A Musical Memorial : Remembering Mahatma Gandhi & Lal Bahadur Shastri” Concert. More that 110 children and youth from different Schools and Universities from across Gurgaon, National Capital Region of Delhi rekindled in us the patriotic spirit. The Musical Memorial included a brief workshop embedded in the concert to educate and encourage the audience to abide by the Constitution of India and respect its ideals and institutions, the National Flag and the National Anthem. This included an explanation and training on the proper singing of the National Anthem as per the code as laid out in the Constitution – in the right rhythm, melody and timing. This concert was arranged in aid of raising awareness, support and resources for the National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana”. The Musical Memorial included patriotic and folk songs / dances depicting India’s cultural ethos of “Unity in Diversity”. The event had a full capacity audience singing our National Anthem with pride, passion, and precision. The National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” is a clarion call to 1.27 Billion Indians to stand together for one cause – the Unity of India, by singing one song – our National Anthem, in the correct code as laid out in the Constitution of India, which is around 52 seconds. The event also marked the encouragement of a nation-wide drive to encourage proper singing of our National Anthem the right way as per the code laid out in the Constitution of India across schools and educational institutions. The initiative includes speaking at gatherings of students in schools and educational institutions, during assembly time, in offices and institutions, conducting workshops and training sessions, teaching the correct way of singing the Anthem, with passion, pride and precision, i.e.- in 52 seconds. Article 51A of the Constitution of India states that “It shall be the duty of every citizen of India to cherish and follow the noble ideals which inspired our national struggle for freedom; to uphold and protect the sovereignty, unity and integrity of India;...”. This event forms a part of the ongoing National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” that was launched on 15th August 2013, our Independence Day. The “Come India Sing” Nation-wide Audition and Talent Contest for Music, Art & Culture is open to all. This includes a slogan contest for every Indian citizen to express what the National Anthem means to them. The contest also encourages the practising & the singing of Jana Gana Mana, Patriotic Songs, and Folk Songs among others. Participation can be as an Individual, as a Family or as a Group of friends, a school, a college, classmates, office colleagues, communities, RWAs.... All one has to do is record on video one’s family or group or oneself singing the song, upload the video to YouTube, complete the registration form on our website, and be a part of the nation-building project. Age is no bar. This contest is open to all ages. Select participants and winners of the above project will get opportunities to perform on stage before audiences at various venues in the National Capital Region of Delhi and across the country. Winners of the “Come India Sing” Nation-wide Talent Contest will earn the privilege of being invited to sing the National Anthem alongside the nation’s leaders and to receive their award. Individuals and groups whose performance stand out will also be invited to attend or to perform at an enormous annual cultural program depicting India’s cultural ethos of “Unity in Diversity”, in a large venue in the National Capital Region of Delhi. Thousands of the nation’s youth will together in one voice celebrate our great nation by singing "Jana Gana Mana". This event will be broadcast nationally and internationally, giving participants exposure on a grand scale that will, at the very least, leave them with memories that will last for a lifetime and, at the very most, be the key elements in inspiring them realize their greater dreams. www.ComeIndiaSing.com www.LorraineMusicAcademy.com www.lamp-india.org
    

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Published Date : 2014-09-04T01:24:33.000Z

Choir Performance : "Born Free" performed by students of Lorraine Music Academy, Gurgaon, Haryana – hosted by the Lorraine Music Academy & the LAMP Trust on 15 August 2014 - "Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana" Independence Day Concert. Lorraine Music Academy and LAMP Trust hosted A MUSICAL CELEBRATION OF INDIA - “COME INDIA SING JANA GANA MANA”, on our Independence Day on Friday 15th August 2014 at Epicentre Auditorium, Apparel House, Sector-44, Gurgaon. The event also marked the encouragement of a nation-wide drive to encourage proper singing of our National Anthem the right way as per the code laid out in the Constitution of India across schools, colleges, universities and educational institutions. The initiative includes speaking at gatherings of students in schools and educational institutions, during assembly time, in offices and institutions across the country, conducting workshops and training sessions, teaching the correct way of singing the Anthem, with passion, pride and precision, ie- in 52 seconds. We will encourage singing across the National Capital Region and across the nation among citizens, community members, members of RWAs, office colleages, etc. This event forms a part of the ongoing National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” that was launched on 15th August 2013, our Independence Day, inaugurated by the then Union Cabinet Minister and current Member of Parliament (Rajya Sabha) Shri Oscar Fernandes. The “Come India Sing” Nation-wide Audition and Talent Contest for Music, Art & Culture is open to all. This includes a slogan contest for every Indian citizen to express what the National Anthem means to them. The contest also encourages the practising & the singing of Jana Gana Mana and a Patriotic Song. Participation can be as an Individual, as a Family or as a Group of friends, a school, a college, classmates, office colleagues, communities, RWAs.... All one has to do is record on video one’s family or group or oneself singing the song, upload the video to YouTube, complete the registration form on our website, and be a part of the nation-building project. Age is no bar. This contest is open to all ages. Select participants and winners of the above project will get opportunities to perform on stage before audiences at various venues in the National Capital Region of Delhi and across the country. Winners of the “Come India Sing” Nation-wide Talent Contest will earn the privilege of being invited to sing the National Anthem alongside the nation’s leaders and to receive their award. Individuals and groups whose performance stand out will also be invited to attend or to perform at an enormous annual cultural program depicting India’s cultural ethos of “Unity in Diversity”, in a large venue in the National Capital Region of Delhi. Thousands of the nation’s youth will together in one voice celebrate our great nation by singing "Jana Gana Mana". This event will be broadcast nationally and internationally, giving participants exposure on a grand scale that will, at the very least, leave them with memories that will last for a lifetime and, at the very most, be the key elements in inspiring them realize their greater dreams. www.ComeIndiaSing.com www.LorraineMusicAcademy.com www.lamp-india.org
    

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Published Date : 2014-12-23T04:39:32.000Z

Guitar Performance: “Freight Train” by Rubin Rastogi, student of Lorraine Music Academy at the concert “Come India Sing A Christmas Carol – A Musical Morning Heralding The Christmas Season” organised by the Lorraine Music Academy & the LAMP Trust on Sunday 14th December 2014 @ 11am. HEAVEN ON EARTH by Lorraine Music Academy! The concert, held at Epicentre auditorium, was like heaven on earth. Around 60 students of Lorraine Music Academy participated. An auditorium of encouraging and appreciative parents and friends listened with rapt attention to angelic children, teenagers and youth aged 4 to 25 years singing traditional Christmas Carols among many others. Students performed various pieces on the Piano, Guitar, Drums and sang various songs! Aubrey Aloysius gave a welcome speech addressing children, youth and the audience gathered, explaining the National Building Project “Come India Sing” using music as a tool. The concert was dedicated to the National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana”. “Silent Night”, the ‘Universal Intangible Cultural Heritage song’ as declared by the United Nations in March 2011, was sung in German by Rishaan Bhatnagar aged 8 years and in English by Aubrey Aloysius while the audience joined in nostalgically remembering their school days of singing. Rishaan Bhatnagar, a student of Piano and Singing at the Lorraine Music Academy over the past 3 years, has been selected to go to Vienna and sing with the Vienna Boys Choir. He will study music in Vienna for 5 years and will be a part of the prestigious Vienna Boys Choir touring the world. The Musical Evening included a brief workshop embedded in the concert to educate and encourage the audience to abide by the Constitution of India and respect its ideals and institutions, the National Flag and the National Anthem. This included an explanation and training on the proper singing of the National Anthem as per the code as laid out in the Constitution – in the right rhythm, melody and timing. Aubrey Aloysius, founder of the Lorraine Music Academy and the LAMP Trust, and Chairman of the National Patriotic Project, says “Music is food for the soul. Good food and good exercise gives you good physical stability. A good diet of the right kind of music gives you mental, emotional, intellectual and spiritual stability. Music helps the creative process and sparks the imagination and ideas. When this musical imagination and experience of singing our National Anthem is ignited in a group circumstance, we have the most extraordinary power to change young lives for positive living and nation-building. The “Come India Sing” series of musical initiatives aims to unite children, youth and their families in the Nation Building task, promoting the key initiatives of our Government for cleanliness, hygiene, good health & development through music. Music helps to develop and build the scientific temper among children. Music, science and mathematics are co-related. It has been scientifically proved that music develops mathematical skills. When we study music, we have vibrations, frequency, resonance, tension, mass, length, pitch, harmonics, overtones – attributes that connect physics to music! We desire that every child and youth of the nation makes music their best friend for their life time, thereby stirring their creative talents. Music will also enable them to better handle stress in life ahead and help them keep the straight and narrow path.” This concert was a part of the nation building “Come India Sing” initiative and movement. This concert was in aid of raising awareness, support and resources for the “Come India Sing...” series of Nation Building initiatives utilising music as a tool. This series of initiatives, events & participative activities forms a part of the ongoing National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” that was launched on 15th August 2013, our Independence Day. The National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” is a clarion call to 1.27 Billion Indians to stand together for one cause – the Unity of India, by singing one song – our National Anthem, in the correct code as laid out in the Constitution of India, which is around 52 seconds. www.ComeIndiaSing.com www.LorraineMusicAcademy.com www.lamp-india.org
    

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Published Date : 2017-08-16T13:58:06.000Z

"Tomorrow" - a Musical Theatre Performance by Anika Bhatnagar, Student of Lorraine Music Academy at “A MUSICAL CELEBRATION OF INDIA : COME INDIA SING JANA GANA MANA” hosted by the LAMP Trust & the Lorraine Music Academy and supported by Modern Delhi Public School on Thursday 10th August 2017, at Kingdom of Dreams’ ShowShaa Auditorium, Gurugram on the eve of our 71st Independence Day – a first of its kind at this venue. The event had distinguished guests and members of the community from across the National Capital Region and from other States including a family member of Lal Bahadur Shastri, among many others. Chief Guest: • Dr. D. Suresh, IAS, Commissioner, Gurugram Division Special Guest of Honour: • Shri Anil Shastri, former Member of Parliament & son of former Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri Guests of Honour: • Shri Yashendra Singh, Administrator, HUDA, Faridabad • Shri John Philipose, Architect & Museologist • Shri Ajay Mehra, Managing Director – South Asia, Airbus • Smt. Nirmal Yadav, Principal, CCA School • Smt. Reena Sharma, Director, Euro International School • Shri Amit Singh, Deputy Director, Paramlakshya World School • Smt. Nidhi Kapoor, Principal, Euro International School • Smt. Priyanka Yadav, Principal, Paramlakshya World School Hosts: • Shri Aubrey Aloysius, Founder Trustee & President, LAMP Trust; Managing Director, Lorraine Music Academy • Smt. Lorraine Fiona Aloysius, Director & Principal, Lorraine Music Academy; Founder Trustee, LAMP Trust The auditorium was brimming with a new and young patriotic fervour; not just of memories of the past, but of dreams for the future. Over 150+ young patriotic participants aged between 5 – 18 years sang and danced to new, modern, upbeat and stylish music to celebrate our 71st Independence Day. The theme of the musical event was a call to the next generation of India to say “hello” to our future with renewed energy, passion, pride and patriotism. Dream big, think positive, and move into the future of a Great India! The Musical Celebration included patriotic and folk songs / dances depicting India’s cultural ethos of “Unity in Diversity”. Professional musicians and students of Lorraine Music Academy and schools across the Gurugram, Haryana & Rajasthan expressed their celebration through song, instrumental music, and dance performances. These included solo & group / choir singing of patriotic songs and mesmerising dance performances set to patriotic and folk music. Schools that participated included Euro International School, Sector-10, Gurugram; Scottish High International School, Gurugram; Suncity World School, Gurugram and Paramlakshya World School, Alwar District, Rajasthan. The program began with our National Song “Vande Mataram” performed by a young band playing the guitar, drums and keyboards. Three vocalists – Diya, Smriti and Shanaya, sang melodiously and set the mood for the evening. Sabina D’Souza, a high soprano, mesmerised the audience with a rendition of “Just Wave Hello”. Nadia D’Souza sang “Somewhere Over The Rainbow - Way Up High, Birds Fly Over the Rainbow, Why Oh Why Can’t I?” and “I Was Here”. The young children sang and danced to “Let’s Go Fly A Kite”. Rishan Bhatnagar sang “When I Wish Upon A Star... Your Dreams Come True”. Anika Bhatnagar sang “Tomorrow The Sun Will Come Out.... Just Hang On And Don’t Despair”. The evening concluded with a medley of superbly performed dances set to patriotic and folk music and themes including “Bharat Anokha Raag Hain” by Euro International School, a Haryanvi & Rajasthani Folk Dance Medley by Paramlakshya World School, an amalgamation of 3 classical dances – Kathak, Bharathanatyam, Odissi – by Scottish High International School, a traditional Rajasthani “Ghoomar” Folk Dance by Euro International School, and representations of 7 various Indian Classical Dance Forms representing “Unity in Diversity” by Suncity World School. The grand finale of the vocal section was the children singing “We are the World”, and that of the dance section was the portrayal of seven classical dance forms of India to a beautiful classical and fusion tune caused the audience to respond in a rapturous applause. The Musical Celebration also aimed to encourage the youth of the nation to fulfil their fundamental duties as citizens of India as per Article 51A of the Constitution of India. Article 51A of the Constitution of India states that “It shall be the duty of every citizen of India to cherish and follow the noble ideals which inspired our national struggle for freedom; to uphold and protect the sovereignty, unity and integrity of India.” To know more visit our Website www.LorraineMusicAcademy.com Visit our Facebook Page www.facebook.com/ComeIndiaSing Get to know more about our Nation Building Projects www.lamp-india.org www.ComeIndiaSing.com www.HeroOfWarAndPeace.com http://JaiJawan-JaiKisan.com
    

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Published Date : 2015-11-03T06:32:45.000Z

Group Singing by students of Lorraine Music Academy at "A Musical Memorial Remembering Lal Bahadur Shastri" hosted by the Lorraine Music Academy & the LAMP Trust on 24 October 2015 to to commemorate the 50th Golden Jubilee Anniversary of the famous slogan JAI JAWAN JAI KISAN that our Nation’s Hero, Bharat Ratna Lal Bahadur Shastri, has given to our Nation! This slogan is still relevant to the India of our next generation. The audience paid homage to our 2nd Prime Minister on his recent 111th birth anniversary and remembered the 50th Golden Jubilee of the Indo-Pak war that he victoriously led the nation into, followed by the signing of a peace treaty in Tashkent a few months later. The spirit of patriotism filled the air at the Epicentre Auditorium in Gurgaon. 99% members of the Lal Bahadur Shastri family attended the event – his sons, daughters-in-law, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Many people in the audience came from different parts of the country. They travelled a great distance to be there. The Chief Guest of the event was Dr. S. Y. Quraishi, former Chief Election Commissioner of India. Angelic voices of young children aged 4 to 14, teenagers, youth and professional musicians from the Lorraine Music Academy and from many schools in Haryana and Rajasthan performed. The evening began with a heavenly hair raising performance by young students of the Lorraine Music Academy and Lorraine Fiona Aloysius, playing on the piano and singing a song called ‘A Little Peace’....“A little loving, giving, sharing, patience and understanding will build a better tomorrow”. The song explained everything that Lal Bahadur Shastri stood for. He encouraged the country to make little sacrifices that would together lead our nation to victory over famine and war. The LAMPstand Band rendered a stunning modern fusion version of “Vande Mataram”, and also performed “Sare Jahaan Se Achcha”, and “Hum Honge Kaamyaab”. The children went on to sing “Aao Bachcho” and “Nanna Munna Rahi Hun”. Professional musicians along with students from Lorraine Music Academy, students from prominent educational institutions from across Haryana & Rajasthan - Pathways World School, Suncity World School, Scottish High International School, Paramlakshya World School, American Public School, CCA School, G. D. Goenka University - expressed their celebration through song, instrumental music, and dance performances. The musical memorial had performances by the youth and children - members of our next generation - and citizens of India. The musical memorial included group / choir singing performances of patriotic songs and folk songs and group dance performances set to patriotic and folk music from across India. At the end of his working day Lal Bahadur Shastri enjoyed listening to bhajans sung by Lalita Shastri. Meera Shastri, daughter-in-law of Lal Bahadur Shastri, sang Lalita Shastri’s favourite bhajan composition “Bhole Bhole Rat Te Ho Gayi Main Baanwaria”. Another of Lalita Shastri’s bhajan composition “Bata De Koi Mohe Shyam Ki Dagariya” from her album “Archana” was set to a wonderful kathak dance performance by Rashmi Gairola. The choir singing also included patriotic songs such as “Assi Desh Di Chad Di Lalli”, “Jai Jawan Jai Kisan”, “Meelo Hum Aa Gaye, Meelon Humein Jaana Hain”. The youth also performed a medley of superb dances set to patriotic and folk music. The Musical Memorial included “THE THINKERS’ FORUM CHARCHA” consisting of a live on-stage interaction moderated by Aubrey Aloysius with Anil Shastri and Sunil Shastri, sons of Lal Bahadur Shastri, delving into the noble qualities, ideals, ethics, values & principles of our exemplary National Hero, so as to pass them on to inspire our next generation of citizens for positive nation building. Article 51A of the Constitution of India states that “It shall be the duty of every citizen of India to cherish and follow the noble ideals which inspired our national struggle for freedom; to uphold and protect the sovereignty, unity and integrity of India.” Anil Shastri shared secrets and memorable anecdotes about his first hand experiences with their great father – as a father, and as a Prime Minister. Sunil Shastri blessed all the children so affectionately and prayed that in each home would be born and raised a Lal Bahadur Shastri! As their contribution to the Nation Building Project COME INDIA SING, Anil Shastri sang the song “Aa Chal Ke Tujhe” that was made popular by Kishore Kumar; and Sunil Shastri sang the song “Ek Din Bik Jaayega Maathi Ki Mol” made popular by Mohammed Rafi. The evening was a memorable and enjoyable one that brought fond memories and tears to the eyes of many. The evening ended with the entire family members of Lal Bahadur Shastri coming on stage and singing, along with the entire audience, our National Anthem JANA GANA MANA with pride, passion, and precision – in 52 seconds.
    

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Published Date : 2015-05-21T05:44:01.000Z

Piano performance of “Sonatine” (Kahlun) by Kiyoshi Yakeem. Lorraine Music Academy & the LAMP Trust recently launched “Come India Sing For Disaster Relief” - a musical initiative to raise awareness, sensitivity, resilience, resources and support for National Disaster Management & Relief work. The Lorraine Music Academy and the LAMP Trust participated in the “Pure Hearts” Fund Raiser and collaborated towards putting up a performance in order to raise funds for the Nepal Earthquake victims. The children of the Lorraine Music Academy & the LAMP Trust performed at the Epicentre Auditorium at the Fund Raiser by “Pure Hearts” to raise awareness and resources for the Nepal Earthquake victims. Lorraine Fiona Aloysius played on the Piano, along with students of the Lorraine Music Academy who touched the hearts of the audience through songs including “God Will Make A Way” by Don Moen, among many others. The “Come India Sing” choir comprised of Ananya Mishra, Smridhi Shah, Jessica Rizvi, Jessica Rizvi, Tara Dasgupta, Kyra Oberoi, Anya Gupta, Shiven Gupta, Pronnoy Gupta, Nevan Roy, Zev Prasad, Michael Yuan, Shaarav Roy, Anika Bhatnagar, Varun Sahni, Sakshya Iyer, Jia Kalra, Eesha Bhatia, Kiyoshi Yakeem, Tanushi Yakeem, Ayush Rajput, Maanya Roongta, Diya Roongta, Devkaran Singh Babra, Malvika Nair, Varalika Deswal, Shreya Ganesh, Pranav Bakshi. Ten-year old Aditi Iyer sang pop songs “Skyfall” by Adele and “I Am Alive” by Celine Dion. Ten-year old Kiyoshi Yakeem played “Sonatine” by Kahlun on the piano and also played along with her 12-year old sister Tanushi Yakeem “The Trout” by Schubert on the piano. Twelve-year old Akhil Sahni played the popular classic “Fur Elise” by Beethoven on the piano. Pop songs like “This Love” by Maroon 5, “Yellow” by Coldplay, and “Aint No Sunshine” by Bill Withers were sung by 13-year old Ananya Ravi, along with Diya Syal and Rubal Ahuja, accompanied by the “Come India Sing” band comprising of Arnav Prasad, Tanmay Gupta, Kaustav Sood, Ananya Mohan, Pranay Gupta, Suryavir Bal, Andrew Packiam and Mike Manlun playing on various instruments such as the electric guitar, acoustic guitar, bass and drums. Aubrey Aloysius, founder of the Lorraine Music Academy and the LAMP Trust, and Chairman of the National Patriotic Project, says “When natural disasters - such as Earthquakes, Floods, Landslides, Cyclones, Tsunamis, Floods, Heat Waves - strikes home and around the world, Indians should be prepared to help in mitigation. Talented Singers, Musicians and Dancers from across Gurgaon and the National Capital Region of Delhi came together to sing and perform. Singing brings unity of spirit and oneness. The audience were encouraged to lend their voices and their hearts to raise awareness, sensitivity, resilience, resources and support for National Disaster Management & Relief work and foster a culture of prevention, preparedness and mitigation. The songs that we sang, the resources that we raised, will help the natural disaster victims re-build their broken lives brick by brick. We may not be directly affected, but we are brothers and sisters and we must feel for them and hence do what we can to help them rebuild their lives.” This “Come India Sing For Disaster Relief” musical performance forms a part of our “Come India Sing...” series of Nation Building initiatives utilising music as a tool. This series of initiatives, events & participative activities forms a part of the ongoing National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” that was launched on 15th August 2013, our Independence Day. www.lorrainemusicacademy.com/a_nation_building_project.php The National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” is a clarion call to 1.27 Billion Indians to stand together for one cause – the Unity of India, by singing one song – our National Anthem, in the correct code as laid out in the Constitution of India, i.e.- in 52 seconds.
    

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Published Date : 2014-12-24T15:32:23.000Z

    

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Published Date : 2014-12-23T15:13:03.000Z

Carol Singing Performance: “Silent Night” by the Lorraine Music Academy Choir at the concert “Come India Sing A Christmas Carol – A Musical Morning Heralding The Christmas Season” organised by the Lorraine Music Academy & the LAMP Trust on Sunday 14th December 2014 @ 11am. HEAVEN ON EARTH by Lorraine Music Academy! The concert, held at Epicentre auditorium, was like heaven on earth. Around 60 students of Lorraine Music Academy participated. An auditorium of encouraging and appreciative parents and friends listened with rapt attention to angelic children, teenagers and youth aged 4 to 25 years singing traditional Christmas Carols among many others. Students performed various pieces on the Piano, Guitar, Drums and sang various songs! Aubrey Aloysius gave a welcome speech addressing children, youth and the audience gathered, explaining the National Building Project “Come India Sing” using music as a tool. The concert was dedicated to the National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana”. “Silent Night”, the ‘Universal Intangible Cultural Heritage song’ as declared by the United Nations in March 2011, was sung in German by Rishaan Bhatnagar aged 8 years and in English by Aubrey Aloysius while the audience joined in nostalgically remembering their school days of singing. Rishaan Bhatnagar, a student of Piano and Singing at the Lorraine Music Academy over the past 3 years, has been selected to go to Vienna and sing with the Vienna Boys Choir. He will study music in Vienna for 5 years and will be a part of the prestigious Vienna Boys Choir touring the world. The Musical Evening included a brief workshop embedded in the concert to educate and encourage the audience to abide by the Constitution of India and respect its ideals and institutions, the National Flag and the National Anthem. This included an explanation and training on the proper singing of the National Anthem as per the code as laid out in the Constitution – in the right rhythm, melody and timing. Aubrey Aloysius, founder of the Lorraine Music Academy and the LAMP Trust, and Chairman of the National Patriotic Project, says “Music is food for the soul. Good food and good exercise gives you good physical stability. A good diet of the right kind of music gives you mental, emotional, intellectual and spiritual stability. Music helps the creative process and sparks the imagination and ideas. When this musical imagination and experience of singing our National Anthem is ignited in a group circumstance, we have the most extraordinary power to change young lives for positive living and nation-building. The “Come India Sing” series of musical initiatives aims to unite children, youth and their families in the Nation Building task, promoting the key initiatives of our Government for cleanliness, hygiene, good health & development through music. Music helps to develop and build the scientific temper among children. Music, science and mathematics are co-related. It has been scientifically proved that music develops mathematical skills. When we study music, we have vibrations, frequency, resonance, tension, mass, length, pitch, harmonics, overtones – attributes that connect physics to music! We desire that every child and youth of the nation makes music their best friend for their life time, thereby stirring their creative talents. Music will also enable them to better handle stress in life ahead and help them keep the straight and narrow path.” This concert was a part of the nation building “Come India Sing” initiative and movement. This concert was in aid of raising awareness, support and resources for the “Come India Sing...” series of Nation Building initiatives utilising music as a tool. This series of initiatives, events & participative activities forms a part of the ongoing National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” that was launched on 15th August 2013, our Independence Day. The National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” is a clarion call to 1.27 Billion Indians to stand together for one cause – the Unity of India, by singing one song – our National Anthem, in the correct code as laid out in the Constitution of India, which is around 52 seconds. www.ComeIndiaSing.com www.LorraineMusicAcademy.com www.lamp-india.org
    

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Published Date : 2017-09-28T06:19:28.000Z

At Lorraine Music Academy, we believe that if our students can use their hands, then they can play an instrument (if they desire to). Through our education programs and courses we bring to our students musical experiences and musical memories that will last for a life time. Our students get excellent training and develop great confidence by being exposed to wide range of musical and creative opportunities through our training programs, workshops, recitals, concerts and public performances. Through music education we wish to provide children with social, educational and skill development opportunities. We also aim to promote in them a sense of self-esteem, accomplishment and pride. We maintain a special learning environment designed to provide a rich and rewarding musical experience for each student.
    

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Published Date : 2014-12-27T12:45:20.000Z

    

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Published Date : 2014-12-22T01:02:10.000Z

Piano Performance: “Andante” by Arshiya Saxena, student of Lorraine Music Academy at the concert “Come India Sing A Christmas Carol – A Musical Morning Heralding The Christmas Season” organised by the Lorraine Music Academy & the LAMP Trust on Sunday 14th December 2014 @ 11am. HEAVEN ON EARTH by Lorraine Music Academy! The concert, held at Epicentre auditorium, was like heaven on earth. Around 60 students of Lorraine Music Academy participated. An auditorium of encouraging and appreciative parents and friends listened with rapt attention to angelic children, teenagers and youth aged 4 to 25 years singing traditional Christmas Carols among many others. Students performed various pieces on the Piano, Guitar, Drums and sang various songs! Aubrey Aloysius gave a welcome speech addressing children, youth and the audience gathered, explaining the National Building Project “Come India Sing” using music as a tool. The concert was dedicated to the National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana”. “Silent Night”, the ‘Universal Intangible Cultural Heritage song’ as declared by the United Nations in March 2011, was sung in German by Rishaan Bhatnagar aged 8 years and in English by Aubrey Aloysius while the audience joined in nostalgically remembering their school days of singing. Rishaan Bhatnagar, a student of Piano and Singing at the Lorraine Music Academy over the past 3 years, has been selected to go to Vienna and sing with the Vienna Boys Choir. He will study music in Vienna for 5 years and will be a part of the prestigious Vienna Boys Choir touring the world. The Musical Evening included a brief workshop embedded in the concert to educate and encourage the audience to abide by the Constitution of India and respect its ideals and institutions, the National Flag and the National Anthem. This included an explanation and training on the proper singing of the National Anthem as per the code as laid out in the Constitution – in the right rhythm, melody and timing. Aubrey Aloysius, founder of the Lorraine Music Academy and the LAMP Trust, and Chairman of the National Patriotic Project, says “Music is food for the soul. Good food and good exercise gives you good physical stability. A good diet of the right kind of music gives you mental, emotional, intellectual and spiritual stability. Music helps the creative process and sparks the imagination and ideas. When this musical imagination and experience of singing our National Anthem is ignited in a group circumstance, we have the most extraordinary power to change young lives for positive living and nation-building. The “Come India Sing” series of musical initiatives aims to unite children, youth and their families in the Nation Building task, promoting the key initiatives of our Government for cleanliness, hygiene, good health & development through music. Music helps to develop and build the scientific temper among children. Music, science and mathematics are co-related. It has been scientifically proved that music develops mathematical skills. When we study music, we have vibrations, frequency, resonance, tension, mass, length, pitch, harmonics, overtones – attributes that connect physics to music! We desire that every child and youth of the nation makes music their best friend for their life time, thereby stirring their creative talents. Music will also enable them to better handle stress in life ahead and help them keep the straight and narrow path.” This concert was a part of the nation building “Come India Sing” initiative and movement. This concert was in aid of raising awareness, support and resources for the “Come India Sing...” series of Nation Building initiatives utilising music as a tool. This series of initiatives, events & participative activities forms a part of the ongoing National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” that was launched on 15th August 2013, our Independence Day. The National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” is a clarion call to 1.27 Billion Indians to stand together for one cause – the Unity of India, by singing one song – our National Anthem, in the correct code as laid out in the Constitution of India, which is around 52 seconds. www.ComeIndiaSing.com www.LorraineMusicAcademy.com www.lamp-india.org
    

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Published Date : 2014-12-24T15:40:20.000Z

    

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Published Date : 2014-12-23T05:44:58.000Z

Guitar Performance: “Bone Crusher” by Ananya Mohan, student of Lorraine Music Academy at the concert “Come India Sing A Christmas Carol – A Musical Morning Heralding The Christmas Season” organised by the Lorraine Music Academy & the LAMP Trust on Sunday 14th December 2014 @ 11am. HEAVEN ON EARTH by Lorraine Music Academy! The concert, held at Epicentre auditorium, was like heaven on earth. Around 60 students of Lorraine Music Academy participated. An auditorium of encouraging and appreciative parents and friends listened with rapt attention to angelic children, teenagers and youth aged 4 to 25 years singing traditional Christmas Carols among many others. Students performed various pieces on the Piano, Guitar, Drums and sang various songs! Aubrey Aloysius gave a welcome speech addressing children, youth and the audience gathered, explaining the National Building Project “Come India Sing” using music as a tool. The concert was dedicated to the National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana”. “Silent Night”, the ‘Universal Intangible Cultural Heritage song’ as declared by the United Nations in March 2011, was sung in German by Rishaan Bhatnagar aged 8 years and in English by Aubrey Aloysius while the audience joined in nostalgically remembering their school days of singing. Rishaan Bhatnagar, a student of Piano and Singing at the Lorraine Music Academy over the past 3 years, has been selected to go to Vienna and sing with the Vienna Boys Choir. He will study music in Vienna for 5 years and will be a part of the prestigious Vienna Boys Choir touring the world. The Musical Evening included a brief workshop embedded in the concert to educate and encourage the audience to abide by the Constitution of India and respect its ideals and institutions, the National Flag and the National Anthem. This included an explanation and training on the proper singing of the National Anthem as per the code as laid out in the Constitution – in the right rhythm, melody and timing. Aubrey Aloysius, founder of the Lorraine Music Academy and the LAMP Trust, and Chairman of the National Patriotic Project, says “Music is food for the soul. Good food and good exercise gives you good physical stability. A good diet of the right kind of music gives you mental, emotional, intellectual and spiritual stability. Music helps the creative process and sparks the imagination and ideas. When this musical imagination and experience of singing our National Anthem is ignited in a group circumstance, we have the most extraordinary power to change young lives for positive living and nation-building. The “Come India Sing” series of musical initiatives aims to unite children, youth and their families in the Nation Building task, promoting the key initiatives of our Government for cleanliness, hygiene, good health & development through music. Music helps to develop and build the scientific temper among children. Music, science and mathematics are co-related. It has been scientifically proved that music develops mathematical skills. When we study music, we have vibrations, frequency, resonance, tension, mass, length, pitch, harmonics, overtones – attributes that connect physics to music! We desire that every child and youth of the nation makes music their best friend for their life time, thereby stirring their creative talents. Music will also enable them to better handle stress in life ahead and help them keep the straight and narrow path.” This concert was a part of the nation building “Come India Sing” initiative and movement. This concert was in aid of raising awareness, support and resources for the “Come India Sing...” series of Nation Building initiatives utilising music as a tool. This series of initiatives, events & participative activities forms a part of the ongoing National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” that was launched on 15th August 2013, our Independence Day. The National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” is a clarion call to 1.27 Billion Indians to stand together for one cause – the Unity of India, by singing one song – our National Anthem, in the correct code as laid out in the Constitution of India, which is around 52 seconds. www.ComeIndiaSing.com www.LorraineMusicAcademy.com www.lamp-india.org
    

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Published Date : 2014-12-24T15:39:55.000Z

    

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Published Date : 2014-12-23T06:15:47.000Z

Guitar Performance: “Dark Matter” by Namanshree Jain, student of Lorraine Music Academy at the concert “Come India Sing A Christmas Carol – A Musical Morning Heralding The Christmas Season” organised by the Lorraine Music Academy & the LAMP Trust on Sunday 14th December 2014 @ 11am. HEAVEN ON EARTH by Lorraine Music Academy! The concert, held at Epicentre auditorium, was like heaven on earth. Around 60 students of Lorraine Music Academy participated. An auditorium of encouraging and appreciative parents and friends listened with rapt attention to angelic children, teenagers and youth aged 4 to 25 years singing traditional Christmas Carols among many others. Students performed various pieces on the Piano, Guitar, Drums and sang various songs! Aubrey Aloysius gave a welcome speech addressing children, youth and the audience gathered, explaining the National Building Project “Come India Sing” using music as a tool. The concert was dedicated to the National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana”. “Silent Night”, the ‘Universal Intangible Cultural Heritage song’ as declared by the United Nations in March 2011, was sung in German by Rishaan Bhatnagar aged 8 years and in English by Aubrey Aloysius while the audience joined in nostalgically remembering their school days of singing. Rishaan Bhatnagar, a student of Piano and Singing at the Lorraine Music Academy over the past 3 years, has been selected to go to Vienna and sing with the Vienna Boys Choir. He will study music in Vienna for 5 years and will be a part of the prestigious Vienna Boys Choir touring the world. The Musical Evening included a brief workshop embedded in the concert to educate and encourage the audience to abide by the Constitution of India and respect its ideals and institutions, the National Flag and the National Anthem. This included an explanation and training on the proper singing of the National Anthem as per the code as laid out in the Constitution – in the right rhythm, melody and timing. Aubrey Aloysius, founder of the Lorraine Music Academy and the LAMP Trust, and Chairman of the National Patriotic Project, says “Music is food for the soul. Good food and good exercise gives you good physical stability. A good diet of the right kind of music gives you mental, emotional, intellectual and spiritual stability. Music helps the creative process and sparks the imagination and ideas. When this musical imagination and experience of singing our National Anthem is ignited in a group circumstance, we have the most extraordinary power to change young lives for positive living and nation-building. The “Come India Sing” series of musical initiatives aims to unite children, youth and their families in the Nation Building task, promoting the key initiatives of our Government for cleanliness, hygiene, good health & development through music. Music helps to develop and build the scientific temper among children. Music, science and mathematics are co-related. It has been scientifically proved that music develops mathematical skills. When we study music, we have vibrations, frequency, resonance, tension, mass, length, pitch, harmonics, overtones – attributes that connect physics to music! We desire that every child and youth of the nation makes music their best friend for their life time, thereby stirring their creative talents. Music will also enable them to better handle stress in life ahead and help them keep the straight and narrow path.” This concert was a part of the nation building “Come India Sing” initiative and movement. This concert was in aid of raising awareness, support and resources for the “Come India Sing...” series of Nation Building initiatives utilising music as a tool. This series of initiatives, events & participative activities forms a part of the ongoing National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” that was launched on 15th August 2013, our Independence Day. The National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” is a clarion call to 1.27 Billion Indians to stand together for one cause – the Unity of India, by singing one song – our National Anthem, in the correct code as laid out in the Constitution of India, which is around 52 seconds. www.ComeIndiaSing.com www.LorraineMusicAcademy.com www.lamp-india.org
    

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Published Date : 2014-12-22T00:43:55.000Z

Piano Performance: “Walking Together” by Malavika Balachandran, student of Lorraine Music Academy at the concert “Come India Sing A Christmas Carol – A Musical Morning Heralding The Christmas Season” organised by the Lorraine Music Academy & the LAMP Trust on Sunday 14th December 2014 @ 11am. HEAVEN ON EARTH by Lorraine Music Academy! The concert, held at Epicentre auditorium, was like heaven on earth. Around 60 students of Lorraine Music Academy participated. An auditorium of encouraging and appreciative parents and friends listened with rapt attention to angelic children, teenagers and youth aged 4 to 25 years singing traditional Christmas Carols among many others. Students performed various pieces on the Piano, Guitar, Drums and sang various songs! Aubrey Aloysius gave a welcome speech addressing children, youth and the audience gathered, explaining the National Building Project “Come India Sing” using music as a tool. The concert was dedicated to the National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana”. “Silent Night”, the ‘Universal Intangible Cultural Heritage song’ as declared by the United Nations in March 2011, was sung in German by Rishaan Bhatnagar aged 8 years and in English by Aubrey Aloysius while the audience joined in nostalgically remembering their school days of singing. Rishaan Bhatnagar, a student of Piano and Singing at the Lorraine Music Academy over the past 3 years, has been selected to go to Vienna and sing with the Vienna Boys Choir. He will study music in Vienna for 5 years and will be a part of the prestigious Vienna Boys Choir touring the world. The Musical Evening included a brief workshop embedded in the concert to educate and encourage the audience to abide by the Constitution of India and respect its ideals and institutions, the National Flag and the National Anthem. This included an explanation and training on the proper singing of the National Anthem as per the code as laid out in the Constitution – in the right rhythm, melody and timing. Aubrey Aloysius, founder of the Lorraine Music Academy and the LAMP Trust, and Chairman of the National Patriotic Project, says “Music is food for the soul. Good food and good exercise gives you good physical stability. A good diet of the right kind of music gives you mental, emotional, intellectual and spiritual stability. Music helps the creative process and sparks the imagination and ideas. When this musical imagination and experience of singing our National Anthem is ignited in a group circumstance, we have the most extraordinary power to change young lives for positive living and nation-building. The “Come India Sing” series of musical initiatives aims to unite children, youth and their families in the Nation Building task, promoting the key initiatives of our Government for cleanliness, hygiene, good health & development through music. Music helps to develop and build the scientific temper among children. Music, science and mathematics are co-related. It has been scientifically proved that music develops mathematical skills. When we study music, we have vibrations, frequency, resonance, tension, mass, length, pitch, harmonics, overtones – attributes that connect physics to music! We desire that every child and youth of the nation makes music their best friend for their life time, thereby stirring their creative talents. Music will also enable them to better handle stress in life ahead and help them keep the straight and narrow path.” This concert was a part of the nation building “Come India Sing” initiative and movement. This concert was in aid of raising awareness, support and resources for the “Come India Sing...” series of Nation Building initiatives utilising music as a tool. This series of initiatives, events & participative activities forms a part of the ongoing National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” that was launched on 15th August 2013, our Independence Day. The National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” is a clarion call to 1.27 Billion Indians to stand together for one cause – the Unity of India, by singing one song – our National Anthem, in the correct code as laid out in the Constitution of India, which is around 52 seconds. www.ComeIndiaSing.com www.LorraineMusicAcademy.com www.lamp-india.org
    

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Published Date : 2014-12-23T16:19:24.000Z

Carol Singing Performance: “Jingle Bell Rock” by the Lorraine Music Academy Choir at the concert “Come India Sing A Christmas Carol – A Musical Morning Heralding The Christmas Season” organised by the Lorraine Music Academy & the LAMP Trust on Sunday 14th December 2014 @ 11am. HEAVEN ON EARTH by Lorraine Music Academy! The concert, held at Epicentre auditorium, was like heaven on earth. Around 60 students of Lorraine Music Academy participated. An auditorium of encouraging and appreciative parents and friends listened with rapt attention to angelic children, teenagers and youth aged 4 to 25 years singing traditional Christmas Carols among many others. Students performed various pieces on the Piano, Guitar, Drums and sang various songs! Aubrey Aloysius gave a welcome speech addressing children, youth and the audience gathered, explaining the National Building Project “Come India Sing” using music as a tool. The concert was dedicated to the National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana”. “Silent Night”, the ‘Universal Intangible Cultural Heritage song’ as declared by the United Nations in March 2011, was sung in German by Rishaan Bhatnagar aged 8 years and in English by Aubrey Aloysius while the audience joined in nostalgically remembering their school days of singing. Rishaan Bhatnagar, a student of Piano and Singing at the Lorraine Music Academy over the past 3 years, has been selected to go to Vienna and sing with the Vienna Boys Choir. He will study music in Vienna for 5 years and will be a part of the prestigious Vienna Boys Choir touring the world. The Musical Evening included a brief workshop embedded in the concert to educate and encourage the audience to abide by the Constitution of India and respect its ideals and institutions, the National Flag and the National Anthem. This included an explanation and training on the proper singing of the National Anthem as per the code as laid out in the Constitution – in the right rhythm, melody and timing. Aubrey Aloysius, founder of the Lorraine Music Academy and the LAMP Trust, and Chairman of the National Patriotic Project, says “Music is food for the soul. Good food and good exercise gives you good physical stability. A good diet of the right kind of music gives you mental, emotional, intellectual and spiritual stability. Music helps the creative process and sparks the imagination and ideas. When this musical imagination and experience of singing our National Anthem is ignited in a group circumstance, we have the most extraordinary power to change young lives for positive living and nation-building. The “Come India Sing” series of musical initiatives aims to unite children, youth and their families in the Nation Building task, promoting the key initiatives of our Government for cleanliness, hygiene, good health & development through music. Music helps to develop and build the scientific temper among children. Music, science and mathematics are co-related. It has been scientifically proved that music develops mathematical skills. When we study music, we have vibrations, frequency, resonance, tension, mass, length, pitch, harmonics, overtones – attributes that connect physics to music! We desire that every child and youth of the nation makes music their best friend for their life time, thereby stirring their creative talents. Music will also enable them to better handle stress in life ahead and help them keep the straight and narrow path.” This concert was a part of the nation building “Come India Sing” initiative and movement. This concert was in aid of raising awareness, support and resources for the “Come India Sing...” series of Nation Building initiatives utilising music as a tool. This series of initiatives, events & participative activities forms a part of the ongoing National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” that was launched on 15th August 2013, our Independence Day. The National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” is a clarion call to 1.27 Billion Indians to stand together for one cause – the Unity of India, by singing one song – our National Anthem, in the correct code as laid out in the Constitution of India, which is around 52 seconds. www.ComeIndiaSing.com www.LorraineMusicAcademy.com www.lamp-india.org

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