Vocalists settle in, audience listen in and dancers thaw out their mudras. A few images of December warming up.
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The frequent elaborations on the ragas and their octaves by G.S. Mani made his concert, for the Eppadi Paadinaro music series, enjoyable and informative.
A team of shivering Indians from Asianet News knocked on the doors of Sabu Kiriyapillai in freezing Finland. They were invited into his home to the strains of a Malayalam song — sung by Eliasa, Sabu's Finnish wife.
If he's ever asked if there's a song that changed his life, 21-year-old Anirudh Ravichander, would give the answer without even a second thought: Why this kolaveri?
Namma Chennai series, organised by The Hindu MetroPlus and Sheraton Park Hotel and Towers, two stand-up comedians captivated the crowd with their sharp, but affectionate, routines centred around Chennai.
Award-winning actor and Bharatnatya exponent, Shobana brings her latest musical Krishna to Bangalore next month. We performed the premiere show in Chennai, which sold out immediately. In Dubai too it was a success, informs Shobana.
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When you're introduced as a critic at a gathering, you know that the others out there — the ones you will end up talking to for a few minutes as you wend your way around the room — are erupting in sighs of relief.
A Wall Is A Screen, a project initiated by Hamburg-born artist Peter Stein, drew a curious audience at Elliot's Beach to its short films projected on walls
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