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November Fest 2009

From Korea, with love

The audience fell in love with Gong Myoung, for its mind-boggling range of music and instruments »

African rhapsody

Band Osibisa is old, but not their brand of perky music. How else do you explain the audience dancing and singing along spiritedly? »

Unapologetically new age

Much brass, a bit of twang, and a search for new sonorous boundaries marked the James Ryan Quartet's jazz concert »

Soul-stirring Sufi

Abida Parveen's performance on November 17 at The Hindu Friday Review November Fest was a celebration of her devotion and quest to achiev...»

The launch and after

The fifth edition of The Hindu Friday Review November Fest was launched to the sound of soulful devotional music — from a bhajan an...»

Best of Benares

Pandit Channulal Mishra adds elements from other schools to develop an eclectic and audience-friendly styleDATE: November 18,7.15p...»

Riveting rhythms unleashed

As the curtains go up on the Friday Review November Fest, a magical, musical tour will take the audience through a multi-genre diversity &md »



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One for the youth

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