Guitarist Ali Lubbad’s music is as mixed up as the story of his life
Mir Mukhtiyar Ali, one of the few Sufi qawwals to break into the big league, is ready to renounce Bollywood and sing for the soul
The album opens with Ajay Atul’s Tharki chokro, which is definitely the most valiant effort of the album.
Somewhere between Baby doll and Sunny sunny, the Hindi film album went missing this year.
Malian musician Fatoumata Diawara, ousted from her community, talks about bringing hope through her music.
The award will be conferred upon Pt Jasraj by Union Minister for Finance and Information and Broadcasting, Arun Jaitley.
Ungli music review: The album lacks some genuine wit. It only pretends to be quirky and manages to be the real deal in parts.
Ustad Faiyaz Khan, a tabla player, who played with three generations of Indian musicians, passed away in Sikar, Rajasthan on Wednesday morning.
Mir Mukhtiyar Ali is ready to renounce Bollywood and sing for the soul.
Mir Mukhtiyar Ali, one of the few Sufi qawwals to break into the big league, is ready to renounce Bollywood and sing for the soul.
Ustad Asad Ali Khan was a legendary rudra veena exponent, whose mastery over a difficult, rigid instrument was never documented until filmmaker Renuka George decided to tell his story
American saxophone master George Brooks on straddling Indian classical music alongside jazz
Bhuvanesh Komkali on living up to the legacy of his grandfather Kumar Gandharva and where it is taking him.
Shye Ben Tzur, a musician from Israel, merged the poetry of Israel and Pakistan in a tribute to the Wall Street journalist
Grammy-winning ghatam maestro Vikku Vinayakram, who will be performing in Delhi on Friday, on his percussive journey and putting the humble earthen pot in the spotlight
Poet Sahir Ludhianvi’s life, its trials and tribulations, will unfold in a play with actor Tom Alter essaying the role
As Bharatnatyam exponent Geeta Chandran completes 40 years, she talks about the confluence of classical and contemporary, notions of beauty and being a Carnatic classical singer On a balmy evening in September 1974, exponents of Bharatanatyam and admirers of the 200-year-old art form waited patiently in the small AIFACS auditorium on Rafi Marg. But Swarna […]
The album opens with the title track that has Sunidhi Chauhan crooning the phrase Rang Rasiya.
When composers Vishal-Shekhar are in command, one can be assured of a certain quality and quirkiness to their tunes.
Yemen Blues, an Israeli band that has won over the purists by blending jazz, funk and rock with synagogue chants, is on their first India tour.
Yemen Blues, an Israeli band that has stormed the world music stage by blending jazz, funk and rock with Yeminite synagogue chants, is on its first India tour
Bharatanatyam exponent Leela Samson, who will open the 13th edition of the Ananya dance festival, on life after resigning as Kalakshetra director and not belonging to a labelled box.
Violinist Anupriya Deotale, who will perform at the Delhi classical music festival, on learning to play the violin and creating her own style.
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.