The My Space Pavilion at Rustomjee Paramount, Khar (W) was the venue for a most interesting event – The Sound Stage. Approximately 200 music aficionados gathered at the venue on the 28th of July for an evening of mellifluous music performed by about 48 members of the Otter’s Club, Bandra.
They performed some popular Hindi songs before an appreciative audience. The event was a not just a celebration of music but also a further validation of the My Space concept at Rustomjee Paramount which encourages residents to pursue their latent talents and long forgotten interests. We all need some creative pursuits and hobbies in our lives and the My Space concept provides the opportunity to explore these different facets and horizons.
Lalitya Munshaw and Dhaneshwar Amarendra were the honoured judges for the evening. While The Sound Stage was not a competition, they did choose the best singers based on their vocal skills who were given special prizes by Rustomjee as a tribute to their love for singing.
Mr.Percy Chowdhry, Director, Rustomjee Group said, “Music is what moves us and is a proven stress buster in this chaotic world of deadlines and targets. We Indians love our music and it is no wonder that every Bollywood movie is a ‘musical’ with chart-topping numbers being churned out with every hit movie. We are Rustomjee wanted to celebrate this love for music which is such an intrinsic part of our My Space concept as well. To quote Plato, ‘Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything,” and we believe his words still ring true today.”