Carmel Kutam, Bengaluru, organized Konkani Carol Singing Competition ‘Natalam Gitam Gayan Spardo’ -2019 on 8th of December in Sadbhavana Premises. It is the fifth time that such programme is organized since its dawn in 2014. There was an overwhelming response from all over the city of Bangalore as 55 participants took part in the competition in three sections, viz., children, youth, adults, under three categories: solo, duet and group singing. The programme began with a lamp lighting and prayer by Rev Fr Jerald D’Souza, spiritual director of Carmel Kutam, at 3pm. Mr Maxim Lobo, well known columnist in various Konkani Magazines,Ms Sharon Rego, a budding singer and Mr Manil Rego, a well known singer, were given the task of choosing the winners by judging their singing quality, co ordination, harmony and stage performance. Ever smiling Mrs Pramila D’Souza compered the programme.
Mr Maxim Lobo expressed his sentiments on behalf of the judges. BKCS Koramangala performed non stop baila at the end to entertain the crowd. Mr Manil and Mrs Sangeeth Rego sang euphonious duet song and Mrs Sharon Rego entertained the crowd with her melodious voice.The President of Carmel Kutam, Mr. Dolphy D’Cunha, presented vote of thanks. Mrs Pramila D’Souza declared the winners and Fr Isidore D’Silva, Fr Jerald D’Souza and Mr Dolphy D’Cunha, president, presented the prizes consisting of a trophy and cash. Konkani Samudai Jayanagara was honored with a Rolling Shield for their all-round performance which was presented by all committee members of Carmel Kutam.
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