Kochi, Nov 30: It was a moment of fulfilment for nine little musicians of music band ‘Sixth Sense’ when they performed for the patients of Cochin Medical College, Kalamassery, near here on Monday as part of the 95th edition of the Arts and Medicine programme.
The programme is being organised by Kochi Biennale Foundation in association with Mehboob Memorial Orchestra and Lakeshore Hospital and Research Centre Limited.
Sixth Sense is a music band formed by class-7 students of Vidyodaya School in Thevakkal. The band was formed when the students were in the sixth standard, hence the name.
The one-and-half-hour concert was opened with an invocation to Lord Ganapathy with the song “Vinayaka”. Popular Malayalam movie songs “Alliyambal” and “Thumbi vaa” won the hearts of the audience. The children winded up their programme by singing “Jingle Bells” reminding the listeners about the arrival of Christmas.
The bass guitar was played by Hiranmayi. Navneeth and Atul was on the keyboard and Gautham, Sai Laxmi and Vaibhav were the percussionists for the show. Krishna, Vaishnav and Tanwi lend their voice to the show.
The band, which has been part of many stage shows in the city, is endorsed by Suswanam Music Academy, Kakkanad.
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