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Avkash Mann on making music across Punjabi and English language, learning acting chops and releasing his latest single, Jatt Di Star
Inspired by AR Rahman's music, the song employs R&B elements with classical overtones
Begin your Sunday morning with the virtual Wah! Taj Baithak, as classical musicians play calming Indian ragas
These live classical performances will be streamed on the official Taj Mahal Tea House page on Instagram and Facebook
Having sung three melodious numbers in A R Rahman’s 99 Songs, Poorvi Koutish is aiming at launching her debut EP soon
The experimental composer's work in the upcoming movie Guldasta is being praised by music lovers across genres
COVID-19 like 'big earthquake that has shaken the entire world': Ustad Amjad Ali Khan calls for peace, compassion
Sarod maestro Ustad Amjad Ali Khan feels the Coronavirus is, "almost like a big earthquake that has shaken the entire world".
Living between London and Dubai, Kito De Boer and his wife, Jane Gowers, are two of the most well-known international collectors of Indian Art.
Singer Vasuda Sharma is bringing together a host of female artistes on board for her Women’s Day special, Aashna Ban Jaayein
Breaking cultural barriers, blending genres and being bold — Vedanta Udaipur World Music Festival was bigger than ever
In its fifth edition, the festival saw localites grooving to Russian music, singing along with Catalonian vocalists, and foreign festival-goers tapping their feet to vernacular rock and Bollywood.
The evening will feature famous Indian artistes like Shilpa Rao and Ustad Shujaat Khan, along with international musicians.
Pt Ranu Majumdar, Omkar Dadarkar and others to perform at Aalap
Two violinists from entirely different schools of music come together to present an invigorating symphony
She will also be performing during this year’s Margazhi season in Chennai
Santoor Ashram in association with ICCR is organising a Music Festival. East West Music Fest at Abanindranath Gallery, ICCR.
Renowned Indian classical vocalist Savita Devi, known for her thumris, breathed her last at the Fortis Memorial Research Institute in Gurugram on Friday morning. She was 80.
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