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Blues

Ministry of Blues describe themselves as a blues-rock band and play a genre of music that originated in the 1900s with distinct 21st-century flair. They will be playing at CounterCulture, Whitefield on February 1, 8.30 p.m. The band’s lineup comprises Philipe Haydon on the guitar and vocals, Rauf on keyboards and vocals, Vinoo Matthew on the bass and Kishor Karambaya on the drums.

Dance

Odissi dancer Prachi Hota will showcase this Eastern Indian classical dance recital at the gala dance festival which will be held at Seva Sadan 14th cross, Malleswaram on February 1 at 6.30 p.m.

Book

Attend the launch of The Accidental Apprentice by Vikas Swarup at the Oxford Bookstore, Leela Galleria, Leela Palace, Old Airport Road on February 3, 6 p.m. Subroto Bagchi, Author, Co- Founder and Chairman of Mind Tree, will unveil the book, followed by a discussion. The session will be moderated by Sumit Shetty, President of Literati. For details call 65704730/32 /9538328113

Contemporary

Odyssey Complex at the Attakkalari Biennial, under the banner of Germany and India 2011-2012: Infinite Opportunities, choreographed by Felix Mathias Ott, is an experiment in exploration of this infinite object, a myth, with which we all have multiple connections. The performance will be held at Ranga Shankara, JP Nagatr 4{+t}{+h}Phase at 7.30 p.m.

Film

Indian Institute for Human Settlements’ is organising a documentary film screening at the IIHS city campus on February 1. This Friday, So Heddan So Hoddan a film by Anjali Monteiro and KP Jayasankar will be screened which explores the life worlds of the three cousins, their families and the Fakirani Jat community to which they belong.

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