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SPIC MACAY

The Society for the Promotion of Indian Classical Music and Culture Amongst Youth, (SPIC MACAY), is an organization which promotes Indian classical music, Indian classical dance, and other aspects Indian culture. It is a movement with chapters in over 300 towns and cities all over the world. The NorthCap University, apart from aspiring for academic excellence, has always been promoting among the youth values and wisdom embodied in various art forms to influence their way of life and inspire them to become a better human being. In fact, since its inception, the the SPIC MACAY Chapter of the University has hosted various programmes under the banner of SPIC MACAY such as performances by renowned exponents of Indian Classical Music (Vocal and Instrumental) and Dance. The Chapter has also organized Movie Sessions and Lecture series of eminent personalities like Pundit Prateek Chaudhury, Dr. Madan Gopal Singh, Langa Brothers, Ms. Ragini Chandrashekhar, Ms. Sudha Raghuraman, Qutbi Brothers to name a few under the aegis of SPIC MACAY. Apart from conducting workshops from time to time internally, the volunteers also participate in the international conventions organized by SPIC MACAY annually.

CAPTIVATING AND SOULFUL RENDITION OF QAWWALI BY QUTBI BROTHERS

The renowned Qutbi brothers brought a vivid liveliness to the Auditorium of the NorthCap University with their captivating and soulful rendition of Qawwali as a part of the SPIC MACAY Virasat organized by the SPIC MACAY Chapter of the NorthCap University on February 27, 2018. The brothers comprising of Arshad Qutbi, Adnan Qutbi and Daniyal Qutbi along with Zafar Hussain, Danish Khan, Rashid Ali, Raees Khan and Dilshad began their recital with the very popular Sufiyana Qawwali ‘Allah Hoo’ in traditional style followed by several other tuneful melodies.

The auspicious occasion was inaugurated by Prof. Prem Vrat, the Pro-Chancellor of the NorthCap University by lighting the lamp accompanied by the other dignitaries from SPIC MACAY and the University. This powerful rendition of qawwali left a great impact on the audience filled with faculty, staff and students.

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