Sixty kids on this song show

Reported by Anjanaa Aravindan

When Pied Piper of Hamelin played his pipe, one hundred and thirty two boys and girl followed him, singing along.

When storytellers Krishna Iyer and Jeeva Ranghunath led a show with a few others on the stage, 60 kids were singing along at the Music Academy. The ‘Sing Along’ show held on July 28, 2007 was the 60th show of ‘Sing Along’

Children from Krishna Iyer’s music school ‘Vocalz’ were part of the show ‘Pied Piper of Hamlin’.

Sing Along was started with the idea to give all children the freedom to participate in dance and singing, when the show goes on the stage. The audience is not just mere onlookers, but is part of the show.
On that day’s show there was a lot of music, dance and fun that filled the air.

If you have missed this show, you can mark your date for the repeat show on November 23 and 24, 2007. But this programme will be a little different. It will be welcoming Christmas by singing carols with the ‘Pied Piper’.

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