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Let the Music Flow | Lifestyle News, The Indian Express

Worldservice Project (James Drew Turner) Written by Sahana IyerIntense beats, groovy music and irreverent humour are what characterised London-based punk-jazz band Worldservice Project’s set at the NH7 Weekender in Pune last weekend. The five-member band — Dave Morecroft, composer, keyboardist and vocalist; Tim Ower, saxophone player; Raphael Clarkson, trombone player and ...

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An equal music – The Hindu

An equal music - The Hindu

The power of theatre to initiate dialogue was seen at the recent children’s theatre production A Bellyful of Paradise, an adaptation of the classic comedy Jeppe on the Hill by Danish playwright Ludvig Holberg presented by Bangalore Little Theatre at MLR Convention Centre, JP Nagar. Danish ambassador Peter Taksøe-Jensen was ...

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School children celebrate Saanjhi with arts and music | art and culture

School children celebrate Saanjhi with arts and music | art and culture

Around 22 different schools from Delhi and the National Capital Region gathered at the Sardar Patel Vidyalaya, New Delhi, on Friday, to mark the sixth year of Saanjhi, a local festival mainly celebrated in parts of Delhi, Haryana, Punjab and Uttar Pradesh. Saanjhi or Sanjhi is referred to as the ...

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Food melds with music in ‘The Sixth String of Vilayat Khan’

Food melds with music in ‘The Sixth String of Vilayat Khan’

The words had me hooked. “Great music and great food always seemed to go together in this world,” Namita Devidayal writes in her new book on sitarist Vilayat Khan. I am greatly fond of his music and was flipping through the pages of the book when I came across a ...

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HT Palate Fest 2018: Celebrity chefs, music and more at this three-day food fest in Delhi | more lifestyle

The actor writer Bridger Winegar had once famously said- “Snack time heals all wounds.” And that is exactly what shall happen during the much awaited Hindustan Times Palate Fest, which is back with exclusive restaurants, world class chefs and live performances. The three-day gastronomic adventure shall bring together a diverse ...

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UNESCO adds reggae music to global cultural heritage list | art and culture

UNESCO adds reggae music to global cultural heritage list | art and culture

Reggae music, whose chill, lilting grooves found international fame thanks to artists like Bob Marley, on Thursday won a spot on the United Nations’ list of global cultural treasures. UNESCO, the world body’s cultural and scientific agency, added the genre that originated in Jamaica to its collection of “intangible cultural ...

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Why music is used as a potential sleep aid?

By: IANS | London | Published: November 15, 2018 6:50:13 pm Studies have shown that music has many promising neurological and physiological effects that may be indicative of its effective use in the fight against sleep loss. (Source: Pixabay) Besides its potential to help reduce anxiety as well as the ...

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Horn Ok Please Food Truck Festival: Head to this event this weekend for a night full of fun, music and food

By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Published: November 14, 2018 7:13:49 pm Head to Horn Ok Please food festival in JLN stadium this weekend. Food truck festivals have become quite popular among people who like to explore and indulge in food. If you are a foodie and are looking ...

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Journey of music: How members of Dilli gharana are keeping up with changing times | art and culture

Journey of music: How members of Dilli gharana are keeping up with changing times | art and culture

It will be too much to expect Aalif Iqbal Khan to understand the significance of being the youngest descendant of the Dilli gharana. He is five years old – too young to know the history of the family or the legacy he will have to uphold in the years to ...

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Mounawar’s music: Notes of peace

Written by Arti Chouhan | Published: October 13, 2018 1:41:05 am Mounawar will perform in Pune A native of the Moon Islands, Mounawar, doesn’t like his music to be boxed in a particular genre, choosing to surprise people with his experiments. “I don’t like ‘stickers’ on my music,” he says, ...

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