Strings create history with Pakistan’s first ever concert for the hearing impaired!
It was earlier in the month of March when Pakistan’s iconic pop band Strings announced their comeback celebrating their 30 years of musical journey and released their brilliant music tracks Sajni and Urr Jaon, making Pakistani music fans glad.
But what more can we expect from them, Strings created a history this time by holding Pakistan’s first ever concert for the hearing impaired citizens.
Congratulations to @connect_hear for hosting #Pakistan’s interpreted concert! It was my first @stringsonline concert, and I had so much fun! More power to the team behind this amazing startup. pic.twitter.com/vp7JSEU2dN
— سید شہباز حیدر (@curlybaatein) April 26, 2018
The concert was held at Habib University Karachi on Thursday; around 300 deaf people got the chance to enjoy the musical performance by Strings. This concert is also being stated as the part of celebrations of their 30 years of musical journey.
The first ever deaf concert by Strings started off with a ramp walk collaborated by Amir Adnan’s deaf models who interpreted the national anthem. The concert was held with the collaboration of Habib University, Strings and startup Connect Hear. The tagline of ‘Deaf and Proud’ was used for the concert by the company.
@connect_hear hosts it's first deaf inclusive concert in Pakistan with @HabibUniversity. Sign with us to promote an inclusive society 🤘 pic.twitter.com/d6w3MzLiKs
— Areej (@areej8998) April 26, 2018