Published Friendship Day Celebration on Daily Post NewspaperDated: 7 August 2013 | Category: Press releases |
Friendship Day at Brewmaster
The soulful strains of Swapan Ranu’s violin floated in the air, as the guests of The BrewMaster enjoyed their Friendship’s Day dinner on Sunday evening. The sound of the violin had turned the otherwise more energetic atmosphere of the restaurant a serene one with just the sound of the stringed instrument cleaving the silence.
Swapan Ranu, 42, who held the attention of the guests with his performance, has lent his services to big names in Punjabi music including that of Tejwant Kittu, Lal Kamal and Gurmeet Singh among others.
The audience was so happy to hear him play and came up with requests that he willingly played for the guests delighting them with a personal touch in the music. The evening presented the perfect setting for dinner with friends.
He claims that there isn’t any song that you’d ask and he couldn’t play as he calls himself a violin jockey. He is a part of an instrumental band named Vibrations and creates fusion music. Swapan has been playing the violin for the last 22 years and continues to play and enthrall audiences with his performances.