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Friday, June 01, 2018

Classic and contemporary

The Come Together series aims at presenting an experience of Indian classical music which is contemporary, cool and speaks to new listeners

First Edition Arts (FEA) presents Come Together, a new musical series that offers a young and contemporary experience of Indian classical music presented as solos and duets in short sets in a nightclub environment.

Teaming up with Cafe Zoe in Lower Parel, the Come Together series (named after a popular Beatles track by John Lennon from the album Abbey Road) features contemporary Indian classical musicians on the Sarod, Sitar, Violin, Flute, and the Tabla. It is a series of four concerts, each quarter with a different trio. The musicians are dressed in jeans and

T-shirts but the music will be rich in improvisation and in keeping with the artistry of Indian classical music. The aim is to build wider interest in classical music without taking the typical “fusion” route.

Devina Dutt, director, First Edition Arts says, "We believe Indian classical music is stunningly beautiful, creative and exciting. It has acquired an unfair reputation for being boring or intimidating especially in the minds of young people. Through the Come Together series (with four concerts through the year) we are presenting an experience of Indian classical music which is contemporary, cool and speaks to new listeners and young urban listeners who have never had a chance to discover just what this music is.

“We are not taking the fusion route. We believe that gimmick-free raga music, performed in an all-new setting and free of some of the rigid protocols of the typical classical music concert, will draw listeners to the music. Just five minutes of listening to this music is enough to hook you for life. The series will feature some wonderful young musicians who have a modern worldview and can communicate their art intelligently to new listeners without dumbing it down. We believe there is a great audience for this out there.”

At the first concert series, the musicians are: Abhishek Borkar (Sarod), Nandini Shankar (Violin) and Ojas Adhiya (Tabla). A new trio of musicians will present classical instrumental concerts as solo and duet sets every quarter.

The musicians will interact freely with listeners, who will be encouraged to take a closer look at the gorgeous instruments, ask questions and have a bite with the musicians.

Where Cafe Zoe,Mathuradas Mills Compound, NM Joshi Marg, Lower Parel

When Sunday, June 10 | Time 6:30 p.m. | Entry Rs 500

“We believe Indian classical music is stunningly beautiful, creative and exciting. It has acquired an unfair reputation for being boring or intimidating especially in the minds of young people.”

 - Devina Dutt

Anniversary celebrations

On the occasion of Pranzi Ristorante and Lounge's first anniversary, they are featuring the Not The Acoustic Average along with Faraz Shah Ali and Apoorva Mudgal. The celebrations began on May 31 and go on till June 2, when DJ Swap will get you grooving. There are also complimentary wine, dessert and shots on June 2.

Where  Pranzi, 101-102, Makhija Royale Building, SV Road, Khar West,

When Friday, June 1 (9 p.m. onwards), Live Night with Faraz Shah Ali and Apoorva Mudgal; Saturday, June 2 anniversary special (7 p.m. onwards): DJ Swap plus complimentary wine/dessert/shots (after 10 p.m.)

Contact 022 26006655

Sing it out loud

No more bathroom singing! Stretch those vocal chords, get ready to down those drinks, grab the squad and head down to Karaoke nights at Door No.1. Bring out the Madonna and Michael Jackson in you, every Sunday night at 9:30 pm.  And save money by enjoying your food and drinks at Rs 99!

In an age of EDM, come back to the classics at Door No.1 and sink into nostalgia. The restaurant gives you a chance to not only listen to the great music but also to showcase your vocal talent

Where Door No.1

When Every Sunday 9:30 p.m.

Contact 9969303790 / 7977591912

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