The sadas of The Music Academy, held on January 1, a formal event to wrap up the Conference and Concerts, in its 90th edition was pedestrian to say the least.
Arangam app is promoted as a rasika's one-stop access for December season events in Chennai. It is an idea of Yessel Narasimhan.
Soak in music and dance by the sea this season. Head to Besant Nagar, to the shore-side campus of Spaces which is the city's hub of independent music, dance and theatre.
SRUTI, the magazine for the arts recently released a new book - Song of Surrender: A centenary tribute to M S Subbulakshmi.
GIRI, which is in the business of promoting Indian culture and tradition for 60 years, has launched a unique Sangeetha Mummoorthigal Shawl and Gitam Calendar this season.
As the first phase of the December season ends, sabhas on the fringes of the city will launch their own festivals - with a few top artistes free to travel out of the Mylapore-Mambalam zone!
Tamil Heritage Trust in association with Tamil Virtual Academy, is conducting “Pallava Mallai”, a two-day event to showcase the art and heritage of Mamallapuram.
There seems to be a growing demand for streaming concerts of the ‘season’. More so from people who cannot make it to Chennai in December.
The December season is no more Mylapore and Mambalamcentric Over the past few years, music / dance festivals have been held in the fringes of the city. Areas like Velachery and Nanganallur, Virugambakkam and Perambur also hold short festivals.
Kannan’s pocket-sized Guide to the Season’s Concerts is prized by rasikas. It is its 30th edition.
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