Jalandhar May 18 (Jaswinder Singh Azad)- The Department of Music of Apeejay College of Fine Arts, Jalandhar organized an Interactive Session where the alumnus Sheary Singh who is well established in Canada along with his wife Sonam Kaur were present who herself is a writer and composes songs.
The event began with Sehaj’s melodious tunes on Sitar followed by the melodious folk and classical songs sung by the students of Music – Shivam, Gagandeep, Abhisek, Deepali and Nisha.
Mr. Sheary interacted with the students and recalled his college days. He said his every day began with the positive aura spread in the Music Department and his teachers’ blessings. He added learning is a continuous process, which keeps going through out the life.
On being asked by Nishtha, student of Music, the scope of music in abroad, he answered that music and its scope is everywhere be it here in India or any foreign land. The efficient training, focus, discipline and passion in music will take the learners to the places in life.
Mr. Sheary also talked of the contemporary music trends
Talking about the cultural differences in abroad and India he said that the passions and ideologies which a person has learnt in his life always stay with him; for his roots are inseparable from him. He added the cultural differences always lead to more learning and adds knowledge. He also talked of the contemporary music trends.
At last he expressed his huge pleasure for being invited at his alma mater and said that it is a matter of great pleasure for him to interact with students and be the recipient of all the affections and honour from his teachers. He gave credit to his teachers – Dr. Arun Mishra, Dr. Amita Mishra and Dr. Vivek Verma for his success and teaching him music.
Principal Dr. Neerja Dhingra expressing her views on the occasion said that ACFA leaves no stone unturned to provide the learning opportunities to the students. She added the students who are already established in the field of music can inspire the budding artists a lot. She appreciated the efforts of Department of Music for successfully organizing the event.