After a recent performance in Delhi, Sufi musician Dhruv Sangari spoke to Preeti Singh about the syncretic roots of the Sufi tradition, how it has brought communities together regardless of religious differences, and the mainstreaming of this genre.
One can take Indians out of Bollywood, but one simply cannot take Bollywood out of an Indian’s heart. No matter where we go, what we become, Bollywood music remains evergreen in our hearts.
As the season of spring and festivity arrived in the national capital, the 70th edition of Shriram Shankarlal Music festival enthralled its viewers by presenting performances of holi, chaiti, kajri and dadra by some legendary musical maestros.
Polish musician Anna Maria Jopek, who recently performed in India , speaks to Preeti Singh about the importance of melody in Polish music, and about creating tunes for a global audience.
Yale Schola Cantorum, the prestigious chamber choir based in Yale University, recently performed at various venues in India. One of its leading members, Reena Esmail speaks to Keith A. Gomes.
Music has become a digital commodity today, with the Internet being its prime market. So what are these oddballs who like collecting vinyl records all about? To understand this, you need to get your hands on a turntable, place a vinyl LP under the needle, and hit play, writes Keith A. Gomes.
Swiss-Cuban jazz musician Yilian Cañizares was recently in Delhi for her debut performance here. She speaks to Keith A. Gomes about training as a classical violinist and her passion for jazz.