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High Voltage

  • October 06, 2015
  • Life Sciences

The event, called “High Voltage”, was organised in collaboration with Volunteer Services Organisation (VSO) and the students of School of Life Sciences (SLS), Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Manipal on 6th October, 2015

The event, called “High Voltage”, was organised in collaboration with Volunteer Services Organisation (VSO) and the students of School of Life Sciences (SLS), Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Manipal on 6th October, 2015

High Voltage The event, called “High Voltage”, was organised in collaboration with Volunteer Services Organisation (VSO) and the students of School of Life Sciences (SLS), Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Manipal on 6th October, 2015 When: — Where: Category:

The students of School of Life Sciences (SLS), Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Manipal, held a Rock n’ Roll themed show on 6th October, 2015. This event, called “High Voltage”, was organised in collaboration with Volunteer Services Organisation (VSO) of Manipal of Manipal Academy of Higher Education.  It was held in the Amphitheatre premises of Dr. TMA Pai Park, Madhav Nagar.
17 student bands from all over Manipal Academy of Higher Education, colleges from Udupi and Mangalore performed at this much- anticipated event.  Musicians belonging to all constituent colleges of Manipal Academy of Higher Education played at High Voltage. This included bands from Kasturba Medical College, Manipal institute of Technology, Manipal College of Dental Sciences, School of Allied Health Sciences, and the organisers themselves, the  School of Life Sciences.
High Voltage was launched by SLS as a platform for music enthusiasts all over Manipal to exhibit their talent. This event was held as a part of VSO’s chapter of Daan Utsav in honour of Gandhi Jayanti.  Under this project, part of the proceedings will go towards VSO’s  ‘Meal for a Smile’ project which aims at feeding underprivileged children.
The show included music of a variety of genres- in both English as well as Hindi. Three headlining bands were seen – Cloudburst, Scintillations and the Undecided.  About 700 audience gathered for this event, however, truly enjoyed the work of Stijn de Laat- a saxophonist of the group “Passionfruit”.
The audience were at capacity with 700 attendees.
Media partners included MTTN and The Manipal Journal.