Pravah celebrates Stories of Hope with its annual festival, “Music for Harmony”

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Pravah celebrates Stories of Hope with its annual festival, “Music for Harmony”

Posted on March 5, 2022

New Delhi – After two years of virtual events, Pravah, a youth development organization, is back with the field edition of Music for Harmony. This is an annual youth festival co-created by young Pravah volunteers. Having gone through powerful journeys of learning and leadership, the festival is an expression of their shared determination to spread inspiration, hope and harmony in the world. And what better tool to evoke a collective resonance than music and the arts. The festival will start at 2 p.m. on March 5, 2022, Delhi Haat, New Delhi.

This year’s theme celebrates Stories of Hope (Umeed ki Kahaniyan), where young people will come together and share their incredible journeys through art and music. The event is expected to host a number of exciting activities welcoming diversity and young artists from diverse backgrounds, some of which include community artists like the KPC Rockers youth group from Kathputli settlement, Ekyantarang, the dance group bringing traditional and popular shows. independent artist and youth icon Salman Elahi.

Ritikaa Khunnah, CEO-Pravah, expressing the need for youth co-led spaces, said“Our young people have immense potential and it is our duty to ensure that there are spaces capable of nurturing and releasing this potential in the best possible way. The main objective of such events as Music for Harmony is to co-create intergenerational spaces where young people can express themselves, lead and work together and celebrate each other’s journey”.

Renowned singer-songwriter and former Pravah volunteer Salman Elahi describing his experience said, “Pravah holds a special place in my life as I began my performance journey here. I have met many wonderful people and artists through Pravah and during my time working here I have learned a lot about the essentials of life, about helping people and about myself. I consider this place my home and these people are my extended family.

Pravah strongly believes that creating spaces for expression and authentic connections through art and music can create hope among you and spread peace and harmony. Marking 20 successful years since the young people of Pravah first came together in Dilli Haat to promote dialogue and the value of peace and well-being in times of violence, isolation and disconnection, the Delhi-based organization encourages people of all ages to witness these stories. of hope and resilient community action during the pandemic.

Festival itinerary:

Programs for the event will begin at 2:00 p.m. with:

  • Be inspired by the Youth Mela as you embark on this journey!
  • Shuruwaat! Kissa Music for Ka Harmony
  • Let your inner child dance to the tunes of the Manzil Mystics Elementary School Choir
  • Synchronize your heartbeat with the KPC Rockers of the Kathputli colony
  • The Garba Show: Dance with the Nupur Society of Kamla Nehru College
  • Stories of Hope: Together with Courage and Compassion.
  • Young Leaders Congratulation for COVID Relief and Recovery
  • Aao Aao Natak Dekho! “Wujoud” by Sukhmanch
  • Stories of Hope: The Inside Out Leadership Journey
  • Congratulations from the Pravah SMILE trainees.
  • Discover the peak of the music of the moment by The Drum Circle
  • Towards Clearer Skies in Delhi: Young Leaders for Clean Air
  • Soul interpretation by Salman EIahi
  • Groove on the young music of the group Mantash
  • Celebrate the oneness of being with Ekyantarang’s shimmering dance performance

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