Smart way to follow the Music Season

Schedules - Sabhas, artists, dates and events - are now at your fingertips, writes Sriram V.

Updated - April 07, 2016 02:41 am IST

Published - December 01, 2014 06:32 pm IST



The December Music Season currently features over 65 organisations and around 1,000 artists.

Given this vast number, aides to concert and performance schedules are invaluable.

The December Music Season now has a mobile app that helps rasikas to track the schedules of their favourite artists.

The app, titled Music Season, is available on Android and Apple Play Stores. Developed by Broadgate Technical Services Pvt. Limited, the app is sponsored by Shriram Properties, the real estate entity of the Shriram Group of Companies.

It helps in searching for schedules by Sabha, by artist, by date and by type of event.

Season reckoners are, of course, not new; we have had plenty of booklets of which perhaps Kannan’s Season Guide is the best known.

There are several web sites that give the information. But given the current era of smart phones, this app is perhaps what is required, with information literally at the audience’s fingertips.

The app allows users to tweet schedules and post them on Facebook. In addition, reminders can be set for the date of a particular concert.

The schedule of around 20 prominent Sabhas is already up on the app and more are to follow. Also on is an effort to give the profiles of the artists who are performing during the Season.

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