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Thursday, February 23, 2017

Voice for peace

Afghan singer Navid Forogh hopes music will help his home country overcome conflict It was his love for song – and the freedom to sing...

In sync with heritage

Law student Anjali Narendra and HR executive Reena Ashok Kumar on how their dance helps them stay one with India Born to a Bengali mother...

‘My designs give Afghan artistes an edge in the music industry’

Graphic designer Shoja Kamrani says he prefers working with artistes from his home country He may not be a singer, but ask any Afghan musician...

Medicine man, music master

Dr MS Ramanathan was instrumental in popularising the Carnatic genre in Australia Dr MS Ramanathan is a name known in Australian Carnatic music circles not...

‘Music is not one’s private property’

Prema Ananathakrishnan, who was instrumental in beginning the Swati Tirunal Jayanthi celebration here 15 years ago, is a singer to reckon with   What makes a...

Keys and notes

Couple Mohan and Sangeetha Ayyar explore different facets of classical music – he the electronic keyboard, and she Carnatic vocals Continuing on the series of...

Folk artists bridge India, Pak divide: Arif Lohar

Folk artistes from India and Pakistan are a "bridge" between the countries and try and improve bilateral relations when things become "sour", says popular...

Seeing local talents in music festivals I feel good: Lucky Ali

Bollywood singer, composer and notable figure in the Indian music industry Lucky Ali feels satisfied with the encouragement of local talents in music festivals...

Why are so many good pianists from China?

Gone are the days when music aficionados complained that pianists from the East played like machines - technical and clean, capable of being fast,...

Electronic music alive, growing in India: Prash Mistry

IANS: Bollywood music might be the favourite of numerous young Indians, but Prash Mistry, founder of British band Engine-Earz Experiment who is of Indian...
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