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        La Martiniere Girls' College takes pride in ensuring the all-round development of a child's personality. The annual concert is an event in which every child is encouraged to display her talent- be it music, dance or acting on stage. The annual concert is organized every alternate year by the senior and junior sections of the college. It is a culmination of weeks of rehearsals to attain perfection in every dialogue, every dance step and every note of music played; and is much admired and appreciated by the audience every year.



The Annual Senior School Concert was held at La Martiniere Girls’ College on 22nd and 23rd November, 2016. Over 800 girls participated in the evening’s performance. The evening began with the class 12 students dancing in celebration of God’s benevolence on us and our school in ‘God is Faithful’. Students of class 9 presented, ‘Annie’ a musical comedy based on the popular comic strip, ‘Little Orphan Annie’written by Harold Gray.

           The amusing enactment of the Bhagwati Charan Verma’s play, ‘Prayaschit’ by the students of classes 11 and 12 had the audience roaring with laughter driving home the message of giving up superstitions.

           The budding musicians of classes 9 and 10 enthralled us in ‘Vadya Vrind’. Aayushi Banafer and Chahat Malhotra sang beautiful melodies in ‘Memoir of Love’. The rendition of, ‘A girl on Fire’ by Vasundhara Prasad, Siddhi Sadana and Saamya Mittal was soulful. Celebrating life the Lavani way, Poorvi Bhushan and Palak Tripathi mesmerised one and all. ‘Street Sounds’which took us back in time to the city of erstwhile nawabs has been penned by our budding lyricists of class 9. 

            The students of class 12 paid a befitting tribute to our Principal, Late Mrs. Farida Abraham who is our ideal and inspiration, through a medley of her favourite songs entitled, ‘En Bon Souvenir’.

           ‘Jambo Habari’ the African dances performed by class 11 were a visual treat. An ensemble of dances was staged by class 10. It included the festive ‘Gidda’ and ‘Garba’, patriotic - Mera Desh Rangeela’ singing the praise of Allah ‘Kun faya Kun’ as well as celebrating the resurrection of Christ in ‘Rise Up’. The audience thoroughly enjoyed the contemporary and western dances in ‘Feel the Beat’ performed by class 11.

            The audience sat with bated breath through the psychological thriller, ‘Wait until Dark’ enacted by the students of class 11. The dance drama, ‘Battle of Dreams’ highlighted the daily struggle between a child’s own dreams and parental viewpoints.

            The evening ended with the singing of the School Song and the National Anthem. Vice principal, Mrs. A. Dass gave a vote of thanks to all involved in putting up the grand show.





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The Annual Middle School Concert was held at La Martiniere Girls' College on the 7th and 8th of September, 2016. Over 600 students participated in the evening's performance. The evening began with the Welcome Dance dedicated to Lord Ganesha. The children performed the English Play "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers". which is an adaptation of the 1950's Musical Comedy Film of the same name. A Hindi Play "Mantra" by Munshi Premchand was also performed. The other items included the rendition of two French songs and one English song and a Mexican dance which were enjoyed by the audience. A group of Class 8 students presented a Hindi song "Swadeshi" which they not only sang but the lyrics and music of which had also been composed by them. The last item of the concert was the presentation of the various dance forms of India by the students of the Middle School which left the audience spell bound. The evening ended with the Vote of Thanks given by the Vice Principal, Mrs. A. Dass followed by the singing of the School Song and the National Anthem.



The Annual Middle School Concert was held on the 2nd and 3rd of September. The children presented a variety of programmes. The evening began with a welcome dance ‘Swagatam’ followed by dance performances. In which the demonstrated the delicate intricacies of the traditional dance form- Kathak and Bharatnatyam. The Hindi play ‘Bholaram ka Jeev’ was about the corruption rampant in today’s world. The other items included the presentation of the Punjabi folk dance ‘Gidda’ and the rendition of a number of songs. These included two French songs ‘Boujour Boujour’ and Alouette’ by the students of class 6who have started learning French this year in July., ‘Rolling in the Deep’ by class8 students and a solo ‘O Sajana’ by Chahat Malhotra whose mellifluous voice held the audience spellbound. Ten class 8 girls of La Martiniere Girls’ College had participated in ITIHAAS- Anveshan 2014 organized by the Indian Traditions and Heritage Society. It was a competition in which a team of students had to write the lyrics of a song, put it to music and then sing it. The topic that the girls chose was ‘Brahmaputra’. They competed with 300 teams which had been shortlisted to 75 from all over the country for the final round at the FICCI Auditorium in Delhi. Their song Brahmaputra won the competition and was declared ‘Song of the Year’. Those ten girls presented the song in the concert and it was appreciated by everyone. The last item of the concert was the presentation of the English Play ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ which was an adaptation on the American musical film of the same name, the students displayed their prowess in acting.


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