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A forgotten chapter?
Keys to good music
Keyboard music programmer Sooraj Balan has worked with many famous music directors.
For the people
Kaithapram Damodaran Namboothiri prefers to look ahead instead of being bogged down by controversies.
Mani is back
Kalabhavan Mani is back in the reckoning after `Ben Johnson.'
Focus on socially relevant issues
A festival in Palakkad proved to be a platform for films that tried to focus on new issues and themes.
From Somerset, with devotion
David Bolland's deep interest in Kathakali and other art forms of Kerala led him to document these for posterity.
Melodious treat for rasikas
Two seasoned vocalists effortlessly mesmerised the audience with the purity of their music.
Evocative music at its best
The 30th Neelakanta Sivan Sangeetha Aradhana was a bonanza for lovers of Carnatic music.
A different song
A form of Mappilapattu that incorporates tales from the Ramayana.
Devout and sublime
Devotion was the hallmark of Neyveli R. Santhanagopalan's concert.
A Mohiniyattom performance by Sunanda Nair enthralled the audience.
Serene but stoic
R. Ramachandran's small but eloquent collection of poetry comprised words that came from the heart.
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