Thursday, April 17, 2008


From the day of tamil new year, a new fever has been spreading all over the city of Chennai, Changing Notes. A. R. Rahman, the Mozart of Madras is the person behind this program in association with the new entry to the city media, The Times of India. This program is a special music concert the musician A. R. Rahman wherein he performs his masterpieces along with many other typical sounds. This also gives an insight on the past chennai and how the future chennai would be like. The highlight of the show would be the various sounds that are unique to the chennai city like the autorickshaw horon, MTC bus sounds, the beach tides hitting the shores etc. So, every Chennaiite would love to enjoy such a show but they do have the doubt of where to get the tickets for the show. Though if they know where to get the tickets, they may not be able to go their and get one amidst their hectic schedules.

For people like these, the Times of India has made an arrangement such that its representatives would give away free passes to the show at various hotspots of the city during the peak hours i.e 8.30 AM to 10.30 AM and 5 PM to 7 PM. Hotspots also include the busiest signals of the city.

  • Mount Road - Spencer's Junction
  • Nungambakkam - Sterling Road Junction
  • Adyar Signal Junction
  • Luz corner
  • Tidel Park
  • Parry's corner
  • Nandanam - Chamiers road Junction
  • Anna Nagar round tana
  • Vadapalani - 100 feet junction
  • T Nagar Bus terminus
  • Kamarajar Salai
  • Chennai citi center
  • Abhirami mall
  • Spencer Plaza
  • Sathyam Cinemas
  • Elliots beach

In case if you get to find yourself in any of the spots, do look out for persons giving away passes and donot miss this once in a life time experience. The most important aim of this program is to create awareness to the Chenaniites about the increasing population, traffic, pollution, changing culture etc and to keep the city well maintained and a greener city. Well, i have got my pass for the show and you people don't miss it too. Lets appreciate the efforts of Times of India and A. R. Rahman for doing something to the city and make it a better one for living.

The show is on 20th April at St George's ground near Pachayappa's College at 6.30PM.

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