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Scintillating duet marks end of Shimla music festival

Purbayan what do you feel about jugalbandi concerts.

11 Oct 2018 12:58 AM

Sacred Pushkar: A festival that celebrates music

Pushkar, the tiny township that does not really qualify to even be called a town has an ancient link with spirituality and music.

08 Oct 2018 12:06 AM

‘Every school should have compulsory classical music’

Dr N. Rajam, Padma Bhushan and Sangeet Natak Akademi Fellow rightly regarded as the face of the violin in North India, is charming, but reticent.

24 Sep 2018 1:06 AM

Sitar recital celebrates the magic of Malhars

Starting with Raga Mian ki Malhar, the main Malhar modified by Mian Tansen himself, the maestro leisurely slowly exposed the complex Raga.

17 Sep 2018 6:58 AM

Effect of British rule destroyed our pride in our culture

An erudite scholar, prolific composer of music, Ragas as well as compositions, the maestro occupies a unique position in the world of music.

10 Sep 2018 12:08 AM

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Meera: The soul divine is a fantastic presentation

Meera, the 14th century mystic Krishna “bhakt” conjures up an image of the desert of North India.

03 Sep 2018 1:03 AM

Remembering ‘Aftab e Sitar’ Ustad Vilayat Khan

Every now and then, a musician of such outstanding ability and influence is born that his music is a force to contend with for decades.

27 Aug 2018 12:23 AM

The music of the monsoons: The Malhars

Megh is one of the six primordial Ragas in the Northern classical music tradition.

20 Aug 2018 12:21 AM

Music plays a part in nation-building

The main patriotic fervor was during the British period in India, when music played a huge part in rousing national sentiment & unifying the people.

13 Aug 2018 12:15 AM

3-day classical music festival at Gaiety Theatre

All the concerts will start at 5.30 pm; thus giving the largely pedestrian audience ease of reaching home in good time.

07 Aug 2018 12:47 AM

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Pt Vidur Mallik revived an interest in Haveli sangeet

Born in 1935 in Darbhanga, he spent the last 22 years of his life in Vrindavan from 1980 onwards where he passed away in 2002.

06 Aug 2018 1:11 AM

‘Experimental’ concert a thundering success

The packed hall needed extra seats to accommodate the thronging surge of expectant, mostly young listeners.

30 Jul 2018 12:58 AM

Musical tribute to guru, with love

The evening will start with a presentation of rare compositions, in the same Raga, by different generations of Ustads.

23 Jul 2018 12:17 AM

Treasuring maestro Balasahib Poonchwale

The slow Jaipur taans in their dignity gave way to faster taans; Padma tai’s music has so much of her own creativity

09 Jul 2018 12:26 AM

MLV’s music stands the test of time

MLV Amma, as she is fondly called, was a remarkable musician. She is credited with striding the Carnatic music arena like a Colossus.

02 Jul 2018 12:21 AM

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Learning three different perspectives on sitar

It was interesting to get different perspectives from three of these masters of the sitar.

27 Jun 2018 11:37 PM

‘My aim is to take chitravina around globe’

Outspoken, highly articulate with strong beliefs, Ravi Kiran is a rare musician.

19 Jun 2018 1:30 AM

Carnatic-North Indian classical music enthrals audience

The composition again was from the Carnatic repertoire in “Adi tala” or “teentaal”.

12 Jun 2018 1:28 AM

The preservers of the musical past

Keepers of our musical archives keep the music of past generation alive and allow us to hear the forbears of today’s masters.

04 Jun 2018 12:42 AM

Authentic, unadulterated folk music woos audience

Basanti Bisht is an unusual singer who actually trained to sing only when she was in her thirties.

28 May 2018 12:55 AM

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