Puneites, an evening of soulful melodies and foot tapping music by Hariharan awaits you this weekend at the ILS Law College Ground. Aespaes Nirmitee organizes a grand musical event called “Myra – One Artist; One Cause” with the iconic artist Padma Shri Hariharan and a social cause (supporting hearing impaired children) on Sunday, 5th of February! Hariharan will mesmerize the audiences with his ghazals. He is one of the most influential and renowned personalities who masters in the art of story telling and effortlessly weaves the stories as if they are your own.
Hariharan has a distinguished style of performance. Every time he performs on stage he creates an illusionary aura of the song and takes the audience into a complete new world of his own. His body language while performing beautifully sketches each and every word of the song and charms the audience completely. With his versatility in romantic songs, he captivates the audience. From ghazal to romantic numbers to Marathi songs like ‘O Ho Kai Zhala’, Hariharan enamour audience with his soulful performance. Known as one of the most versatile artists in the Indian music industry, Hariharan is widely known as one of the pioneers of Indian fusion music. The stalwart has given us some memorable songs like Roja Janeman, Chanda Re, Krishna nee, rajasthani composition Kesariya Balam, Nagme hain, shikwe hain, Roja Jane Man, Bharat Humko Jaan Se Pyaara Hain, Chappa Chappa, Bahon Ki Darmiyan, Nahin Saamne, Sa ni dha pa ma ga ma ga re sa…,Yunhi Chala, Tu hi re and gazals like Ahde Masti Hai, Unse Mulaqat Ho To Ho, Mohe Apne Hi Rang Mein Rang De….,Galat Hain Muskurana Chahta Hai and many more.
This musical event is a celebration of varied identities, mysteries, faith, fear, doubts and most significantly, a Hope, that can be the change everyone wishes to bring in this world. It’s an attempt by the organizers to initiate this change through the power of music. And who better than Hariharan can pioneer this noble cause. 15% of the total sales of this event in Pune will go towards the support and welfare of intellectually and developmentally disabled students.