As Bharatanatyam exponent Geeta Chandran completes 40 years, she talks about the confluence of classical and contemporary, notions of beauty and being a Carnatic singer.
In her latest documentary, Renuka George pays tribute to late rudra veena exponent Ustad Asad Ali Khan.
Bharatanatyam exponent Geeta Chandran talks about the confluence of classical and contemporary.
Advaita, one of the foremost Delhi bands that made classical music bleed into the indie space, turns 10.
U Shrinivas, better known as Mandolin Shrinivas, is remembered for his humility and technical prowess
What works for most of the album is that Bhardwaj puts out great moments with subtlety.
The 11-track album opens with Cruel world, almost a seven-minute song.
Amid a clutter of similar sounds being churned out in Bollywood, the soundtrack of 'Finding Fanny' is more than just a breath of fresh air.
Musicologist and bureaucrat KL Pande bridges the gap between Bollywood and Indian classical music through Raagopedia — a collection of 14,000 film songs studied through ragas
Rare film memorabilia go under the hammer at an Osian’s auction in Mumbai
The stamp is one of the eight commemorative stamps released as a part of philatelic products released by India Post.
Growing up in Mumbai, Falu would listen to her mother humming ragas. After a few years, she found herself cocking her ears to RD Burman hits and The Beatles.
Pandavani exponent Teejan bai who performed in Delhi yesterday continues to sing her way to empowerment.
Musicologist and bureaucrat KL Pande bridges the gap between Bollywood and Indian classical music through Raagopedia
The album opens with Ziddi hai in Vishal Dadlani’s husky voice.
The album opens with Kanpura, a folk ditty loosely based on raag Yaman that comes with the robustness of Ram’s voice.
The complete journey, however, seemed to be headed to Samagam, a piece conceived and written by Khan.
Susheelarani Patel passed away recently. A relatively unknown Hindustani classical singer par excellence, one of the few students of legendary Moghubai Kurdrikar, and one of the first Akashvani artistes, we remember the woman who was a different kind of musician — the kind who is called the teacher
But moments into the piece, and it begins to sound like any other bandish being sung and played by classical musicians.
Rudresh Mahanthappa, a US-based alto saxophone player, is breaking into the New York jazz scene with an Indian twist.
While designers played it safe with commercial collections, intricate thread embroidery was the true star of the India Bridal Week
Rudresh Mahanthappa, a US-based alto saxophone player is breaking into the New York jazz scene with an Indian twist.
On Thursday evening, while Israeli planes were conducting raids over Gaza, a Lebanese musician name Zeid Hamdan was crooning Sah-el-nom, literally meaning “The light is coming up."
Susheelarani Patel passed away last week. A relatively unknown Hindustani classical singer par excellence.
Known for creating some delightful riffs for Advaita, Anindo Bose has now brought out 'Shadow and Light'.
Anuradha Pal is drumming up a storm with her all-female percussion band, Stree Shakti.
Thaikkudam Bridge is a little overpass in Kochi. It is also the moniker for a band which has the virtual world in a tizzy with its wild musical mishmash
In fact it’s his efforts along with the likes of Girija Devi that have given a serious status to thumri.
Film-maker Utpal Borpujari’s documentary, Songs of the Blue Hills, seeks out lost Naga folk songs and finds their revival among younger musicians
Ameen Sayani, the grand old man of radio, returns to his favourite medium for a second innings.
Sitar player Niladri Kumar, the man behind the zitar and some memorable new-age Bollywood numbers, is the latest edition to the young crop of musicians with a difference
Assamese singer Kalpana Patowary is finally breaking into the big league in Bollywood.
British Airways misplaced the instrument while the musician was flying back to Delhi on Saturday, and was unable to restore it to him until late on Monday evening.
Filmmaker Utpal Borpujari’s documentary, Songs of the Blue Hills, seeks out lost Naga folk songs and finds their revival among younger musicians
Sitar player Niladri Kumar, the man behind the zitar and some memorable new-age Bollywood numbers, is the latest edition to the young crop of musicians with a difference.
Dhondutai Kulkarni, who died quietly this month, represented an old world of pure classical singing.