After the win, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said that he hoped that the next year’s final would take place in Mariupol, the Ukrainian port city that has suffered some of the most ruthless attacks of Russian invasion.
Kermani, trained in Hindustani classical forms in India, brought dance to people against all odds, and fought for women’s rights
The tabla maestro's farewell speaks of a tradition in which faith was all about assimilation
He had been suffering from kidney-related issues for the last six months and was on dialysis. He passed away due to cardiac arrest.
Sushma Soma's second album, Home, is one of the finest albums about environment and wildlife in a year.
Under the central government’s new policy of 2014, central government employees are to be given government accommodation and all quotas for artistes and sportspersons are being gradually eliminated.
Among them is 91-year-old Odissi dance exponent Guru Mayadhar Raut, who was awarded a Padma Shri – the country’s fourth highest civilian honour – in 2010 by the President for his significant role in giving Odissi its classical status.
Rehmat-e-Nusrat, a group of 20-somethings singing qawwali as an ode to Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, often find themselves in an intertwined world of art and politics amid the music’s spirituality.
Bengaluru-based musician Ricky Kej on winning his second Grammy alongside his dream collaborator The Police drummer Stewart Copeland and being an environmental cheerleader
Suanshu Khurana writes: Her rendition of a Hafiz Hoshirpuri ghazal, made immortal by Mehdi Hassan, has won a Grammy. It is only right to acknowledge its origins
Ilayaraja has challenged a single-bench order that permanently prevented him from asserting his copyright over some of his own musical work. What is the case about? Who owns a song, according to law?
Pandit Bhimsen Joshi would have turned 100 this year. From a little boy who ran away from home to becoming a voice that remains Hindustani classical singing’s gold standard, this is the story of his extraordinary journey
While US-based Falguni Shah won her Grammy for the Best Children’s Album, Bengaluru's Ricky Kej won his hallowed gramophone jointly with The Police drummer Stewart Copeland for the Best New Age Album.
Grammys 2022: Arooj Aftab is the "first ever female Pakistani Grammy winner", the Academy posted on its official Instagram page. Aftab released her debut album titled 'Bird Under Water' in 2014 under her own independent label.
Muzaffar Ali on turning his Sufi festival – Jahan-e-Khusrau – into a cultural retreat this year, moving it from Humayun’s Tomb to Tijara Fort Palace for an immersive experience, his new musical ballet and the artistic expression or lack thereof in the current times
The 'In Memoriam' montage at the Oscars is one of the most-watched, popular, and examined sections in the ceremony that features images and videos of those who have left an indelible mark in the world of cinema.
Grime artiste Sam Chokri and producer Ross O’Donoghue have taken British popstar Ed Sheeran to court, alleging that his most famous song – 'Shape of You' – has ripped its hook from their song 'Oh Why'.
Pratibha Singh Baghel is an exciting upcoming artiste who is not interested in the mainstream playback throne. She's turning to independent non-film music for success
Russia-Ukraine war: Famed German symphony orchestra, the Munich Philharmonic, has sacked its 68-year-old principal conductor Valery Gergiev. Who is he, and how close is he to President Vladimir Putin?
The lawsuit calls the song “a very valuable licensing asset” and apart from money in damages, also asked to block any future replays as that would cause infringement by the skaters and the NBC.
In one of the scenes in director Mahua Chauhan’s 120-minute musical, Babasaheb: The Grand Musical, the stage of Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium’s weightlifting auditorium is turned into Pune’s Yerwada Jail to showcase the enactment of a conversation between Mahatma Gandhi and Dr BR Ambedkar.
Bappi Lahiri will forever be known as the musician who brought disco to the mainstream and catapulted the rise of it.
Mukherjee, whose golden voice enthralled music lovers for generations, died Tuesday evening following a massive cardiac arrest. She was 90 and is survived by her daughter Soumi Sengupta.
What made Lata Mangeshkar, who died on Sunday, the soundtrack for generations in the subcontinent? Exploring the musician through her songs, her commitment to perfection, and the women she gave voice to
Veteran playback singer Lata Mangeshkar breathed her last at Breach Candy hospital, Mumbai on Sunday. Here are 25 of her most iconic numbers.