What a delightful evening by Shankar Ehsaan Loy in Seattle on April 30th, 2016! A concert presented by Sankara Eye Foundation for a great cause, was a huge hit among Seattle crowd.
A multi-talented team of music composers, record producers, musicians and multi-instrumentalists was led by trio, Shankar Mahadevan, Ehasaan Noorani and Loy Mendosa.
Shankar Mahadevan and his group started the evening with a peaceful Ganpati Vandana. The group captivated the audience from the get go and rocked Seattle for continuous three hours.
Shankar is a great performer and has a knack to involve the audience as was seen by him pointing the mic towards audience and getting them to sing along with him.
The trio which has composed over 50 soundtracks, was joined by Sukriti & Prakriti Kakkar, and Siddharth Mahadevan. The group performed songs such as Jhoom Barabar, Dil Chahta hai, Rock on, Mast Magan, Locha-E-Ulfat, Pretty woman, Kajraare Kajraare Tere Kare Kare Nayna, Zinda to name few, along with few old songs of S. D. and R. D. Burman. The group got the audience tapping and dancing non-stop on their songs.
Hats off to Sankara Eye Foundation for bringing such a great concert to Seattle. With 3 back to back hit concerts, seems like Sankara Eye Foundation knows what the audience likes. If you have only one concert to attend each year, then your choice should be a concert presented by Sankara Eye Foundation. Not only will you get a great entertainment, your money will also support a great cause.
About Sankara Eye Foundation
Sanaka Eye Foundation raises funds by hosting events, posting booths in major events, and by working with major donors. Through these fundraising efforts, SEF, USA has played a significant role in increasing the number of free surgeries since inception to over 1.25 million in 2014. Our mission is to realize the goal of 20/20 vision for the people of India by the year 2020.
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