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November Fest schedules - Bangalore & Coimbatore

Schedules of The Hindu Friday Review November Fest in Bangalore and Coimbatore »

November Fest schedules - Hyderabad & Chennai

Schedules of The Hindu Friday Review November Fest in Hyderabad and Chennai. »

Evocative moments

M. Venkatesh Kumar's Hindustani vocal concert was a blend of intellect and emotion »

Aruna Sairam takes audience on a journey to Pandharpur

At the inaugural concert of the first edition of The Hindu Friday Review Music Fest »

Brothers on bongos

Music Osibisa had a sedate audience bouncing around »

An evening of vintage magic

The Hindi Retro was a memory trip for the audience as Srinivas, Haricharan, Chinmayi and Shweta recreated the magic of golden era of Hindi c »

My November Fest

Pianist and writer Anil Srinivasan talks about his appearance at The Hindu Friday Review November Fest in 2007, the experience of performing »

A common thread for The November Fest

Carnatic musician T.M. Krishna writes about his experience at The Hindu Friday Review November Fest and what could make the festival bigger »

Another time, another place

Singer Srinivas on his love for Hindi Retro and what the songs mean to him »

The young brigade

The Shamiana recitals at the November Fest bring new talent to the fore »

The Pancham effect

The R.D. Burman special promises to take you back in time to a golden era »

The Cousins come calling

Hariharan's free-flowing voice meets Lesle Lewis' innovative musical arrangements in ‘Colonial Cousins'. This musical duo looks at rag »

Yodhakaa making waves

A South Indian sabha with all its perceived prescriptiveness isn’t the first place you’d expect a young, contemporary band t...»

Music sans frontiers

EarthSync absorbs folk and local music from across the world and melds it as one. »

Master stroke!

Trio Imàge will recreate the magic of Mozart, Beethoven and Brahms »

Sonic adventure

wHOOL's music is unmistakably traditional, but resonates with modern influences »

The line up in Bangalore

The November Fest will open on 24 November in Bangalore with Osibisa and go on to feature Sudha Ragunathan with Amit Heri, Venkatesh Kumar, »

Poetry meets music

Chennai's master flautist S. Shashank, sitar artiste Shubhendra Rao, and the Manganiyars -- folk artistes from Rajasthan -- celebrate the m »

Yodhakaa: Convergence of sound

Chennai-based band Yodhakaa might defy definition, but their music leaves its mark »

Tina Sani’s songs of hope

Pakistani Ghazal singer Tina Sani is all set to enthral the audience at The November Fest »

Rewind to a golden era

Srinivas, Chinmayi, Haricharan and Shweta Mohan will weave some retro magic in this show, featuring hits down the ages till the 1980s and ta »

Eclectic range

Aruna Sairam offers an exclusive recital of her vibrant abhangs and has always enjoyed singing a vibrant abhang or two in her Carnatic music »

Five nations meet in melody

The Hindu Friday Review November Fest 2010 showcases seven diverse concerts »

November Fest 2010 in Hyderabad

The Friday Review November Fest 2010 opens with a four-day feast in Hyderabad between 10 and 14 November. A look at what the festival has to »

Let the music begin in Hyderabad

The first edition of The Hindu Friday Review Music Festival in Hyderabad will be held between November 10 and 14 at Ravindra Bharathi...»

A mix of rhythm and melody

The first edition of The Hindu Friday Review Music Festival in Hyderabad presents an eclectic range of rhythm and melody. »

Chennai awaits musical treats at the Nov Fest

With ‘The Hindu Friday Review November Fest’ around the corner, a look at what feasts await Chennai music lovers. »

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