Pune: Rare Exhibition Of Harmonica To Be Held At Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum On May 18 

Pune: Rare Exhibition Of Harmonica To Be Held At Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum On May 18 

Pune: Rare Exhibition Of Harmonica To Be Held At Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum On May 18 

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On the occasion of International Museum Day being observed on May 18, Pune based Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum has organised an exhibition of mouth organs (harmonica). International Council of Museums Paris, France headquartered has announced that 2024 year must be observed as a year of education and research, titled Role of Museums In Education and Research on the basis of which Pune based Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum is hosting an exhibition of unique harmonica from the collection of renowned harmonica player Sunil Patil. This programme is jointly organised by Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum and Surabhi Music Academy, Pune. 

The exhibition will be held between 11 am and 5 PM at the Kelkar museum premises. The exhibition will see rare harmonicas from 2 inches to 2 feet, chord harmonicas, bass harmonica, wheel harmonica, echo, trumpet call, octave tuned, trimolo, dietonic, kromatic, etc. Sunil Patil himself will brief about the instruments between 11.15 and 12.15 pm. 

The programme will be inaugurated at the hands of renowned flutist Dr Mahamahopadhyay Pandit Dr Keshav Laxman Ginde, who will also be donating his Keshav Venu flute which has been recorded in the Limca Book Of World Records, New Delhi, Golden Book of World Record, New Delhi.