Goa Diocesan Centre to release song titled 'Vell Kakluticho'


Media Release

Panaji, Jul 29: The pandemic has been a challenging period for people across the globe. As Goa battles these challenging times, the Goa Diocesan Centre has appealed to the people of Goa, from all religions, caste and creed to come together in intent, stay calm, and be hopeful with faith. "We need to do what we need to do, we need to follow COVID guidelines, but it is extremely important we get together as one humanity and face this situation with tolerance, compassion, kindness, love and respect for each other," urge the Centre.

The Goa Diocesan Centre has assembled Goa’s finest singers, musicians, artists to convey this critical message to the people of Goa and Goans spread across the world said the director of this project Robert Cabral.



The song video titled ‘Vell Kakluticho’ is conceptualised and sung by Sanio Fernandes along with his team of musicians comprising of Rushz Baracho – Drums, Nerissa Cardozo – Keyboards, Victor Da Costa and Vailanni Fernandes - Violins, Grayston Vaz - Guitars, Linus Fernandes - Bass guitar. The lyrics to this song are penned by Baltazar Pontes from Aldona and the music arrangement is done by Frazer Andrew Pachecho.

‘Vell Kakluticho’ is due to be released on August 4, on the occasion of Pastor's Day. The song is produced by Jimmy Fernandes managing director of JADSER Audio, Panaji and the video is directed by Robert Cabral.  

  

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