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This tiger roared music
Despite abundant talent, Arjunsa Nakod, the doyen of Gwalior-Kirana gharana, never attained the fame his contemporaries did. But there was never an iota of bitterness in him.
`Awards are like car accessories'
Atul Kulkarni has played a range of roles with great ease. He tells IVAN T. that the wall between commercial and art films is gradually disappearing
Satyu recalls the past, which shaped his ideology, and fumes at the present, which is marked by corruption
Epic meets politics
CONCEIVED AS a "Third World Theatre Forum", Forum Three evolved 25 years ago to tackle political issues and social commentaries. Today, however, this Bangalore-based theatre group, "doesn't do just political plays but creates razzmatazz, ...
Of changing equations
TRAINED IN theatre at Rangayana under B.V. Karanth, Mandya Ramesh manages to find time to do theatre though he came out of Rangayana several years ago and is now a busy cinema and television artiste. Natana, the theatre group he founded in Mysore ...
Hot jazz on a balmy evening
IF MICHAEL Gustorff, German-born jazz violinist and guest member of the Dutch jazz group Collectif, decides to embark on a career as scat vocalist, this writer can perhaps take some credit for it. For, in response to my request to do "A Night in ...
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