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US provides $1mn to NAPA musical exchanges

Home » Karachi By Karachi: The National Academy of Performing Arts (NAPA) in Karachi featured two of the world's leading sitar players, one from the U.S., the other from Pakistan. Wowing the audience were Professor Stephen Slawek, Head of ... Pakistan Press International, 5 days ago

Why were so many beloved Christmas songs written by Jewish musicians? - Religion News Service

(RNS) Christians don't seem to mind that so many beloved Christmas songs were written by Jews, and Jews tend to reel off the list with pride. White Christmas. Let It Snow. Santa Baby. Ill Be Home for Christmas. Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire.
 Huffington Post5 days ago

Sumitra Charat Ram and the energy of dance and music

In 1934, Lala Shriram of Delhi Cloth Mills, later to become famous as DCM, sent two of his sons, Bharat Ram and Charat Ram, to the Nainital house of the highly regarded zamindar, Raja Jwala Prasad. They were to consider his daughter, Sumitra, as a ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago The legacy of Sumitra Charat Ram  The Sunday Guardian1 month ago
New Indian Express

Music and All That Jazz

KOCHI: Ardent fans of jazz always believe that jazz does not belong to a race or culture but it is more of a gift to the world. Deborah believes in it too and will be visiting the port city on November 4, to spread her love for jazz. The Deborah J ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

Brush, Pen & Co.

With Akbar Padamsee's portraits of Christ ready as backdrop for Alyque Padamsee's grand upcoming musical, here's a look at what happens when painters take to stage. At his Prabhadevi apartment, 86-yearold veteran artist, Akbar Padamsee tries to ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 month ago

John Coltrane's Giant Steps

If you want to understand and appreciate jazz there is no better place to start—apart from listening to the music, of course—than with the critical writing of Nat Hentoff. Beginning in the 1950s when he was on the scene covering Monk and Miles, ...
 Yahoo! News2 months ago

A Bouquet of Artistic Treats Liven up the Week

It was literally a varnamaya (colourful) Rajyotsava celebration at the JSS Auditorium, hosted by Natya Niketan led by veteran dance Guru Revathi Narasimhan, on Sunday morning. It also marked the 37th anniversary of the dance school. Seasoned ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago
Millennium Post

Just being jazzy!

Groups of old and young women and men swinging and tapping as they stand in front of the kiosks with headphones listening to Jazz were spotted at the Art Gallery of the Kamladevi Block at the India International Center (IIC). A few people were also ...
 Millennium Post2 weeks ago

Five dismissed cops walk free

khuda lahora rape case Chandigarh, November 11 In a ruling that comes as a major relief for five dismissed UT constables who were in judicial custody for the past 11 months after being booked in a rape case, the court of Additional District and ...
 Chandigarh Tribune1 month ago

Jawhar Sircar: The common man's classic choice

For BV Keskar, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru's Information Minister from 1952 to 1962, Hindi film songs were a strict no-no where Akashvani was concerned. In his opinion, the mission of the public broadcaster was to encourage only classical music. ...
 The Gulf Today2 months ago
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