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A classic tribute
The soul of music lies in its sahityam, proves Lalitha Madhav.
Sensitive and mellifluous
Keerthana's recital bore the stamp of youthful exuberance.
In a bid to encourage young talent, Visakha Music and Dance Academy had recently organised a Carnatic vocal concert of Hyderabad-based musician M.J. Daniel at Kalabharathi auditorium, Vishakapatnam.
A powerful yet melodic voice with a ...
Vanam Sankarayya brought back the art of storytelling with his performance.
Sanjay Subramaniam's musical concert served as a soothing balm on a hot summer evening.
The all-woman Kathakali was riveting and Nagavalli Nagaraj was erudite in the Allied Ragas lec-dem
Of absurdity and life
Samhaara staged Woody Allen's play God which brought out the absurdism with its characters.
Annamayya jayanthi celebrated
The week-long celebrations were marked with devotional fervour.
An evening of stories
Deepa Kiran's story telling session was an engaging affair with fun, laughter and lots of stories.
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