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Friday, May 27, 2011
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Music by meter, sans sensitivity
History made easy
Salma Ahmed Farooqui's new book is a refreshing account of comprehensive history of medieval India.
Living by values
Violinist Annavarapu Ramaswami talks about living in the sannidhi of sangeetam.
When pipedreams come true
Meet Harsh Wardhan, flautist and flute maker for ‘ Slumdog Millionaire'.
At her best
Young tabla player Rimpa also loves to paint.
Strings of harmony
Five violinists played in tandem to mark the birth centenary of Gundu Sarojini.
Voice is her asset
Lakshmi Rajagopalan's vocal concert at SICA's foundation day was a treat.
Talented young musicians
Sangeetha Ksheerasagaram featured memorable concerts.
An evening for art
Impressive dances were staged to mark the ‘Saptati' celebration of G. Venkat Reddy, founder of the G.V.R. Aradhana Cultural Foundation.
SPIC MACAY brought into light Assam's Sattriya dance form in their recent events.
Vyshanavie Sainath's presentation of ‘Simhanandini' left the audience spellbound.
Annamayya's 603rd Jayanthi was celebrated with a competition in Annamayya compositions.
Spotlight on post-Trinity legacy
Scholars from various universities summed up the contribution of poet-composers.
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