Our 4th Annual Christmas Concert features traditional Christmas music which are always fun and appreciated by the audience. This year, we’re also showcasing some special developments. For the first time, our concert will not have one of our teachers as the concert-master, but it will be led by two
Our Monsoon concert 2017 was a success with over 45 children and teachers participating. The children played ensemble music, solos and duets, which were hugely appreciated by the audience. Here are some images from the concert. More to come!
So proud of our kids! You can watch and hear them in this video of the INK talks event in Goa in September 2016.
Our Christmas concert was our biggest one yet, with over 130 performers including 100 children in choir and orchestra. Our Facebook page has lots of photos. Do watch this short video put together for us by noted documentary maker Jayesh Akhargekar. Merry Christmas from all of us at Child’s Play
This lively and enthusiastic bunch of young kids from Auxilium school, Aldona, are learning the violin with our teacher Stefi Cruz. Watch this short video taken recently – they’e made good progress in the last few months!
Camerata Child’s Play India was invited to give a Christmas concert at the lovely Museum of Christian Art in the Santa Monica church, Old Goa.
Some of our Spanish volunteers made it to Page 3, as part of a report on our Dream Catcher concert – a combined effort by Camerata Child’s Play India and the musicians from the University of Seville. You can read a review here.
We are delighted to present an evening of classical music in collaboration with the University of Seville, Spain.
3 August, 6 pm, at the Kala Academy, Goa.
Camerta Child’s Play India was invited to perform at the Fundação Oriente, Goa, to celebrate the birth anniversary of the painter António Xavier Trindade.
In addition to our local musicians, we were delighted to have the first of our Spanish volunteers in Goa in time for the concert. Prof. Santiago