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Art forms cut across race and religion, they unite us: Ziro Festival of Music co-founder Bobby Hano

Bobby Hano speaks about the festival and on why art has the potential to break barriers.

The Ground Beneath Her Feet

The harpsichordist Zuzana Ruzickova recalls a life anchored in music to survive a world of pain.


Khayyam: The legend who marched to his own tune

Legendary composer Khayyam, who passed away on Monday, always chose melody over populism, with his music rooted in Hindustani classical tradition

New York-based Falguni Shah is the first South Asian to become governor of the Recording Academy

Growing up in Mumbai, Falu would listen to her mother humming ragas. She was charmed by RD Burman and The Beatles.

Modern Music for Medieval Saints

Abhanga Repost, a five-member band, is presenting the poems of Bhakti mystics accompanied by the guitar, drums and a contemporary vibe.

Brother-sister duo Ramakant and Gayatri Gaikwad on early lessons in music and their inspirations

The key lesson Ramakant and Gayatri learnt from their father, who was their teacher, was “listening is half learning”.


Music to the Ears

The musicians, who performed this week as part of Coveda’s Khula Manch in Chandigarh, believe that every emotion has a melody and that all of them are living a rhythmic life.

Band of Brothers

A new music group presents jazz, blues and jive in a style that’s unique to them

Being Baba: What music is right for your child's ears?

If I had to think about babies, I would say that the music is a lot more important than the lyrics because when they are really young they are not paying attention to the words. All that they need is a good melody.

Through Her Lens

A festival will highlight the contribution of women to Indian cinema

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Happy Navratri: Nine days of dance, music, puja and colours

The nine-days of festivities begin in India today.

Brett Lee, Leslie Lewis perform for kids at 'The Mew-sic Mela'

The former Aussie pacer, also an avid musician performed for underprivileged kids with Leslie Lewis


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Pritam Takes A Break After 'Jab Harry Met Sejal'

Pritam had planned that he would take a break after composing music for Shah Rukh Khan’s Jab Harry Met Sejal. The hit composer, who is taking a year and a half break, said that he has learnt a lot while making music for the Imtiaz Ali directorial and Jagga Jasoos. To know more about the […]


Bulandshahr: Shameless Medical staff enjoy at wedding party in hospital

Bulandshahr (UP), Mar 01 (ANI): Leaving patients at the mercy of attendants, staff of a government hospital for women in Bulandshahr was seen enjoying a marriage party inside the premises. Loud music, dance, alcohol party took place inside the hospital's premises.In the video, hospital staff can be seen dancing to the tunes of Bollywood numbers at the function even as patients continue were left unattended.The attendant of the patients said that there were no doctors to attend the patients.

Adele dominates 2016 Brit Awards

New Delhi, Feb 25 (ANI): Happy times for singer Adele as she has become the most successful artist in one year since Blur in 1995, winning four major awards at the 2016 Brit Awards. According to a leading US website, the British songstress took home the most coveted award of the night, British album of the year for her album '25' and also won the awards for British female solo artist, Best British single and the Global Success Award. The 'Hello' hit-maker also performed on her song 'When We Were Young,' after giving an emotional speech at the award ceremony. The show also featured an emotional tribute to David Bowie, led by Annie Lennox and his friend Gary Oldman. Canadian singer Justin Bieber, British band Coldplay, One Direction was other big winners at the 2016 Brit Awards.