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Double impact, musically
CONVERSATION The Bombay Sisters believe that lack of envy between them is their success formula.
Cinema

Big awards for maker of small films
Turkish director Nuri Bilge Ceylan, who has been influenced by Satyajit Ray, adds the Lotus Award to his kitty.
Forgotten master
The audience reconnected with Debaki Bose during a Retrospective held during the recent Kolkata Film Festival.
Waning phase for MGM magic
MGM has made 4,000 films that won the company 205 Oscars. Today, the giant's trademark roaring lion has been silenced by bankruptcy and a debt of more than $4 billions.
Music

Fresh talent to the fore
Four artists proved their mettle at the event organised by Sumanasa Foundation.
When melody took centre stage
It rained ragas at the recent sangeet utsav in Coimbatore.
On the Dikshitar collection

With reference to “Tamil Tribute to Dikshitar,” (November 19) by Sriram Venkatakrishnan, musician T.M. Krishna writes:

First, it is important to note that in the same year (1936) Vedantha Bhagavathar and A. Ananthakrishna ...


In remembrance
G. Natesa Iyer Memorial Day in Tiruchi was marked by Dr. Vijayagopal's flute recital.
Dance

Laugh riot all the way
Understated and refined acting were the highlights of ‘Bhasmasura-Mohini', staged by the Mangalore-based Yaksha Manjusha.
Theatre

Fiesta of plays
The maiden drama festival, organised by the Tiruchi District Drama Artistes Association, received an encouraging response from the public.
Arts & Crafts

Drama on glass
Minimalism and abstract configurations mark Padma Ashok's creations.
Events

ABHAI's annual day

The Association of Bharatanatyam Artistes of India (ABHAI) is celebrating its 23 {+r} {+d} annual day on November 28, 4 p.m., at Narada Gana Sabha, TTK Road. Nalli Kuppuswami Chetti presides. Chief guest Mrs. Y.G. Parthasarathy will present ...


Aradhana of a saint

The aradhana of Sri Sadhu Guhananda Swami (C.N. Adisesha Iyer) will be conducted on December 2, at Anaiyampatti, Salem, with rendering of Tiruppugazh, namasankirtanam and his compositions. Unchavruti and annadhanam are part of the ...


Bhagavathars to be honoured

The annual ten-day Namasankirtana festival organised by the Integrated Academy for Performing Arts at the Krishna Gana Sabha concludes on Sunday, November 28 with the felicitation of vidwans. Sri Jayendra Saraswati and Sri Vijayendra Saraswati ...


Annual fest

The annual music festival of Shi-Ba Sangeetha Sabha will be inaugurated this evening, 5 p.m., at Jaigopal Garodia Vivekananda Vidyalaya, Anna Nagar. At the eight-day fest which ends on December 8, mridangam vidwan Mannargudi Easwaran will be ...


Music festival

The Maharajapuram Viswanatha Iyer Trust will celebrate its 25 {+t} {+h} anniversary and conduct its annual music festival from November 28 to December 1, at the P.S. High School, Dakshinamoorthy hall, Mylapore.

At the inauguration on ...


Retro trip

Comprising popular numbers, mostly from the black and white era of Tamil, Hindi, with a sprinkling of Telugu films, the event will be spearheaded by actor Madan Bob.

Presented by Bank of India, the venue is Kamarajar Arangam and the date ...


Holistic camp

Guruji Yogacharya Arun Kumarji will be conducting a free holistic Diabetes management camp, November 28, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. , at Sir P.T. Thyagaraja Hall, G.N. Chetty Road, T.Nagar.

Arun Kumarji is a transformational guru, teacher of Yogic ...
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