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The passing of the baton
Well-known Bharatanatyam dancer Leela Samson is all set to take over as the Director of Kalakshetra even as the veteran S. Rajaram finishes a successful innings as the head of this prestigious institution.
RANA SIDDIQUI takes a look at wildlife and nature photographer Mohit Midha's pictures at an ongoing exhibition in New Delhi.
Once a stalwart, always so
THE CONFLUENCE was conspicuous but the performance was solo. It was an evening of celebration at the Chanakypuri house of Pandit Ravi Shankar the other day where Padma Vibhushan Pandit Kishan Maharaj, with his 83-year-old fingers, played tabla ...
Rain and joy of music
Sheik Mahaboob Subhani and Kaleeshabi Mahaboob's Nadaswaram recital at the Rashtrapati Bhavan the other day was a well-structured performance, says VENKATESAN SRIKANTH.
Song of the heart
For O.S. Sridhar, music is not a mere profession. It is something he cannot live without, finds
SUFI MUSIC has mesmerised listeners since ages and it has a niche appeal. The annual Jahan-e-Khusrau like other Sufi festivals, aims to make the genreuniversal. In the process this time, it launched a Jahan-e-Khusrau album too. On the ...
Where nights sing to the light
The leading lights of classical music recently brought the sleepy town of Maihar in Madhya Pradesh alive with the Allauddin Khan Samaroh. KAVITA SHUKLA tunes in.
Choreography for peace
The thought-provoking production `Imagining Peace' by Bharatanatyam dancer Geeta Chandran deserves to be seen again and often, says ANJANA RAJAN.
A heady concoction
THE INDIAN Council of Cultural Relations brought recently a week-long festival of `Traditions of Sufism' prevalent in the different parts of the world. There was Ibn Arbi music group from Morocco, Jabari music group from Iran, Solah Ibn Elbadia ...
Main Hoon Na... yet again
Here is another "Main Hoon Na", a powerful play exploring the dilemma of a hunter. DIWAN SINGH BAJELI undertakes the mission.
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