Indian Music Experience Museum to host the annual 'Many Musics, One City' festival 

Watch out for performances by city-based musician Praveen Alva and urban ecologist-singer Ditty
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Honouring the city’s vibrant cultural heritage, the Indian Music Experience Museum in Bengaluru is all set to host, Many Musics, One City, an annual festival that promises to be a harmonious convergence of musical traditions from across the country. Bengaluru has long been the melting pot of cultures, boasting a perfect blend of traditional and contemporary sonic expressions. This festival aims to further this cause by bringing artists and audiences together for a holistic musical experience.

Gearing up to enrich the city’s cultural fabric, Preema John, Director of the Indian Music Experience Museum, shares, "The concept for ‘Many Musics, One City’ is shaped around the vast, diverse and rich musical heritage of Bengaluru, which is spread across many decades and genres. The festival mirrors the city’s heterogeneity by showcasing versatile musical genres ranging from local Carnatic and Hindustani music to fusion, pop, rock, electronic, and folk, all of which have permeated the city's soundscape even before independence."

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It is worth noting that this annual celebration is now a part of Unboxing BLR Habba, a city-wide multi-arts festival starting on December 01. As for the lineup, watch out for performances by Praveen Alva, urban ecologist-singer, Ditty, renowned Lathangi Sisters — Archana Upadhyaya and Samanvi and also Vasu Dixit of Vasu Dixit Collective.

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