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Dec 10, 2017
Violin virtuoso Dr L Subramaniam on how Indian classical music took on the world stageDr L Subramaniam is an internationally renowned violinist and composer, who has collaborated with legendary musicians across the world.
Oct 01, 2017
Symphony Orchestra of India turns 11: A look back at its decade-long journeyThe Symphony Orchestra of India is the first and only of its kind in India, and has collaborated with Zakir Hussain and Shankar Mahadevan, as well as celebrated international musicians.
Dec 18, 2016
Calcutta International Classical Guitar Festival 2016: Triumph of community over commerceWith an audience this engaged in the organising, publicising and functioning of an event, the Calcutta International Classical Guitar Festival has borne witness to the transformation of passive concert audiences into engaged members of a virtual (and tangible) community.
May 22, 2016
Bach in the Subways: Dale Henderson inspired a global movement to make music accessibleDale Henderson, the founder of the global Bach In The Subways movement, tells us how he was inspired to take classical music to the masses in a novel way
Apr 30, 2016
Bittersweet symphony: Finnish conductor Osmo Vänskä talks music, and motorbikesBefore his first performance In India with the Orchestre de la Sussie Romande ensemble, Finnish conductor Osmo Vänskä talks to us about music and more
Apr 24, 2016
Medley-makers: Shillong Chamber Choir on how they come up with their winning repertoireA conversation with the members of the Shillong Chamber Choir, which was founded by Padma Shri Neil Nongkynrih in 2001 about their unique musical medleys
Apr 20, 2016
Medley for a maestro: Zubin Mehta serenaded by Shillong Chamber Choir for 80th birthdayZubin Mehta, world renowned conductor of Western classical music, was serenaded by the Shillong Chamber Choir as part of his 80th birthday celebrations
Apr 29, 2015
Biz lessons from music: Change rules if you don't get to do what you want to, says violinist Dr L Subramaniam"When I picked up my violin, I was happy. I still am," says Dr Subramaniam.
Sep 08, 2013
I came to Kashmir with my music to say let the healing begin: Zubin MehtaMehta said, "I am not party to the inner machinations of Kashmir politics. I come with my music and say, 'let the healing start with the first note of Beethoven!"