The amphitheater of EKYA ITPL reverberated with the sounds of buoyant music, vivid narrations, and dramatic voice-overs as the children of grades 1 and 2 presented, “The Pied Piper of Hamelin”, and grades 3 and 4 presented a musical “Celebrating Disney” during their annual concert for the academic year 2019-20. The program was held in two batches keeping in mind the vast number of performers involved.
The day began early with eager parents and excited performers reporting to school, looking forward to a fruitful day. The students, dressed up and talking in hushed tones, waited eagerly backstage, as the Vice Principal Ms. Jyothi Menon presented the School Annual Report.
After a quick introduction, the floor of the amphitheater was taken over by the students of grades I and 2 who confidently guided the guests as they embarked upon a journey to a small town in Germany called Hamelin. The town was most famous for the legend of the pied piper who walked over the land several hundred years ago. each scene was redolent of the sense of wonderment, fantasy and adventure synonymous with the imaginary world our children love to revel in. The colorfully attired children sang and danced, emoted and narrated with panache and flamboyance. Their performance was loudly applauded by an appreciative audience at regular intervals.
In the second half grades, 3 & 4 presented the true spirit of Disney. The school Vice Principal Ms. Jyothi Menon welcomed all into the realm of fantasy. Emphasizing the importance of the formative years of school life, The school Vice Principal Ms. Jyothi Menon welcomed all into the realm of fantasy. Emphasizing upon the importance of the formative years of school life, she expressed her deep sense of pride for Speaking highly of the talent that each one of the little wonders possessed, she expressed her joy that the school is able to provide a platform for drawing out this innate talent and gently polishing, nurturing and loving it optimum level.
Dr. Sabitha Ramamurthy, President, CMR Jnanadhara Trust, Chancellor, CMR University, President, Ekya Board of Governors graced the occasion and commended the mesmerizing performance of each child. The program culminated with a zestful rendition of the school song. The satisfaction of a job well done was evident on the face of the students as they stepped out of the school premises.