NCPA Celebrates Christmas with 170 children from NGOs across Mumbai

Musicians from the Symphony Orchestra of India opened the show with Christmas carols and kids also got a special visit from Santa Claus


With the Christmas season approaching, The National Centre for Performing Arts (NCPA), celebrated their annual Christmas Party with over170 children from NGOs across Mumbai. The celebration took place on 15th December at the NCPA which included kids from - Apun Ka Club, Bal Jeevan, CHIP, EAR, Jai Vakeel and others. It also included children who have been adopted by NCPA’s Indian Music Department under their CSR initiative – Music for Kids.

Mr. Khushroo Suntook, Chairman, NCPA said, “Christmas is a festival of benevolence, love and cheer. Every year we aim to share the joy of this season by bringing smiles to the faces of young children who are less fortunate. This year we have an exciting evening planned which will be truly entertaining and memorable for the children.”

The Christmas celebration began with The Symphony Orchestra of India musician’s singing Christmas carols followed up with their performance on Bollywood songs.

This was followed by an interactive dance performance by Shiamak Davar’s Victory Arts Foundation, which aims to provide a platform to address social causes and concerns. It strives to use the power of dance as a therapeutic medium to bring joy to the underprivileged, physically challenged, mentally challenged, visually impaired, deaf and mute and makes dance a viable and respected career option.

The evening concluded with the arrival of Santa Claus who spread the Christmas cheer by distributing gifts and sweets to all the children present.

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