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16

Mar
2019

Best of Classic Rock in the middle of desert

Burning Man’s Israeli offshoot, Midburn is a special 5-day festival held in the Negev Desert around May – June every year. It is the second largest regional Burning Man after Africa Burns where, for 6 days, a temporary city is set up creating a platform for communal life style, creativity, art and self-expression. Unlike a […]

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11

Feb
2019

Master Composer Yanni dazzles at Al-Ula

Yanni has a nick of performing in front of top heritage monuments around the world. Remember the March of 1997, when his concert in backdrop of Taj Mahal right on the banks of Yamuna river became a phenomenon in itself! The master composer has many firsts to his name. Here was he, once again, performing […]

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06

Jan
2019

Historic Al-Ula springs to life with violin strings at Winter at Tantora Festival

In a landmark concert, French violinist Renaud Capucon dazzled  crowd at Saudi Arabia’s historic Al-Ula on Friday, 4th January 2019. Capucon performed at Al-Ula in northwestern Saudi Arabia as part of the first Winter at Tantora festival and concert series. Capucon is the latest internationally renowned musician to perform at the home of one of […]

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25

Oct
2018

Vilasini Natyam – Dance of the Devadasis

Devadasis has been a long debated issue- as a temple ritual as well as a dance form, although it has been into existence for centuries and perhaps older than many other classical dance forms. As a social ritual it was discredited a long ago and even many laws were brought to abolish the system. Even […]

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When an illuminated castle brightens the summer at Heidelberg

High above the German city of Heidelberg realms world’s most popular ruin. Is there any place more beautiful in this world than between the historic walls of the castle beneath the shining stars during a warm summer night? For sure, there is! Just this place, but filled with music and dramatic or funny works of […]

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Tibetan wood carving : Craft for the Art

Tibetan wood carving is a sublime art. Everything from Dalai Lama’s throne to incense boxes and Chemar bowls, has imprints of it. The signs of art of wood carving can be traced to as far as 7th century Tsuglakghang in Lhasa constructed during reign of King Songtsen Gampo. Wooden table paintings were also unique and […]

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Puja songs from Bengal gave Bollywood many superhit numbers!

Its that time of the year again, considered to be one of the most auspicious one as per hindu beliefs. Durga Puja is indeed the most important event of the year for the Bengalis. Mahalaya was celebrated on 30th September and it is Panchami today, when the six day Durga Puja celebrations actually start in […]

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Music for the love of life!

Music is life. Whichever part of the world you go, in every place and in every culture, music has a tradition. It has always been fascinating to witness the different styles and languages of the music. Some of the images of music as captured my roving camera! Music brings courage to face the world! (In […]

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Goa Beach Grind from Nov 14 to 16 at Candolim

Candolim beach to host dance and music feast Goa’s home grown Electronic Dance Music (EDM) festival ‘GoaBeach Grind’ will be held this year from November 14-16 at Candolim beach. A strong lineup of 13 DJs of international fame would dish out the best electronic music for music enthusiasts and the festival this time would be bigger, […]

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Guitarmonk welcomes Natalia Shelepnytsk

Guitarmonk has brought aboard Guitarmonk Records’s roster of featured artists- Ukraine’s  Laureate of the International Prime Druzhba (Friendship),  Natalia Shelepnytska. She presents a vibrant image with a fresh and innovative music in neo-classic style. The philanthropist and devoted advocate of classical music, was bestowed with honorary titles such as Ambassador for Peace and The Chevalier of the Order of St. Mary and […]

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