This Musician Couple From Delhi Hold Balcony Concerts To Spread Positivity During These Tough Times. We Are Loving This
I know that everyone, right now is upping their Netflix binges, online gaming strategies and the amount of Oreos they can stuff in their mouths at once, but that doesn’t mean this lockdown is that simple. Yes, the mere idea of just being at home with nothing to do and nowhere to go might have a certain appeal. But would I voluntarily opt for this again under any circumstance? No way.
In this point of the lockdown, I just beginning to accept this might be our new normal. I mean, we don’t know when or how this started and we sure as hell don’t know when or how this is going to end. Which means we just have to come up with new and more creative ways of keeping our sanity intact.
Maybe we can tear a page or two from this Delhi-based musician couple’s book who have started a concept of balcony concerts. It’s the perfect way to boost your morale and everyone else’s without breaking the protocols of this lockdown.
Musicians Hitesh and his wife Payal Madan staying in Delhi’s Rajouri Garden performed the first balcony concert on the Janta Curfew day on March 22nd. Residents around them loved it so much that this couple and their two sons Advay Madan and Ariv Madan continued to play quite often.
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Hitesh Madan said “It’s a tough time for the whole world. We experimented this for the first time on Janata Curfew. We came into the balcony and perform this concert. We received positive and encouraging response from our neighbours, so we performed again.”
This is such an out-of-the-box initiative to spread cheer and positivity during these dreary times. A pop-up concert is also a refreshing and entertaining change for the residents nearby.
This concept of balcony concerts was also seen in Italy. When musicians took to their balconies to make themselves and everyone else around them feel better about the terrible situation. And I have to say that if I had even one musical bone in my body, I would too follow in this family’s footsteps.
This is all we can do right now, so why not make the most of it?