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EVENTS OF
2011

Music

05 Jan, 2011

Sulafest 2011 - A fine blend of music, Bournville and Sula! Sula Vineyards in association with Cadbury Bournville is organizing Sulafest 2011, a daylong celebration of music, fine dark chocolate, food and wine at Sula`s own estate vineyards on 5th February 2011 at Sula Vineyards, Nashik. From 12.30 pm till midnight Sulafest partygoers can enjoy a pageant of music, dark chocolate, wine, food and shopping in the idyllic environs of the winery`s beautiful open-air, Greek-style amphitheater. This year`s band line-up will feature some of India`s leading bands like Pentagram, Midival Punditz, Something Relevant, Tough on Tobacco and Petri Dish Project. Spicing up this great musical line-up will be `Sulafest Bazaar` with a selection of carefully chosen shopping and food stalls. Enhancing the experience of great music, shopping and food, revelers can be treated to pairing of fine dark Bournville with a wide array of fresh wines from Sula`s estate vineyards. Drop-in to enjoy this experience at the Bournville Indulgence Lounge alongwith a soothing foot massage. Also on offer will be a selection of imported wines from Sula Selections. SULAFEST 2011 is quite simply one of the best days out that you could imagine - great music, food, wine, fine chocolate and loads of fun, all in the enchanting setting of India`s finest vineyard

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Hindi

05 Jan, 2011

World Music Center presents an evening of musical Extravaganza SUR TAAL featuring Sangeet Samragini BEGUM PARWEEN SULTANA in a Hindustani Vocal recital followed by the international award winning percussion Maestro TRILOK GURTU.

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Hindi

07 Jan, 2011

Once up on a time a devil who lives in a forest decides to write his autobiography. As he does so, the forest is visited by Gandharva who comes to eat the mahua flower with his peacock, and the autobiography is read by him. The argument between the devil and Gandharva generates four stories, after which Gandharva suggests that the devil stop writing the autobiography.

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Assamese

07 Jan, 2011

The play is about a thief who promises his guru that he will never to tell a lie. Charan attempts to show his sincerity by offering never to do four things - eat off golden plates, ride an elephant at the head of a procession, marry a queen and accept the throne of a country. The guru then tells him that since he had so generously undertaken to give up four things on his own account, he should also undertake to give up one little thing - lying - at his gurus request. The thief consents and that is how the promise comes to pass.

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Others

07 Jan, 2011

ZAE gaming cyanide is happening for the first time in Delhi where one can play and enjoy the most popular games of the World like Counter Strike 1.6, FIFA 11 and NFS U2. The venue for this scintillating event is the largest Gaming-drome in Delhi. Come be a part of this gaming event and stand a chance to win exciting prizes.

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English

08 Jan, 2011

A nomadic site-specific performance, the play draws inspiration from Luigi Pirendellos`s The Giants of the Mountains, and is a stunning visual theatre piece fusing puppetry, projections, performance and live soundscapes. The creative process extends beyond the original site, continuing to evolve throughout the duration of the project; reaching, influencing and being influenced by multiple spaces, narratives and audiences

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Hindi

08 Jan, 2011

Pip, an orphan, lives with his old sister and her husband. He meets an escaped convict named Abel Magwitch and helps him against his will. Magwitch is recaptured and Pip is taken care of by Miss Havisham. He falls in love with the cold-hearted Estella, Miss Havisham`s ward. With the help of an anonymous benefactor, Pip is properly educated and he becomes a snob. But eventually, through a series of unfolding mysteries Pip`s `great expectations` are ruined. Finally, life makes him work as a clerk in a trading firm with his friend, and that is where he eventually finds his peace.

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English

08 Jan, 2011

The Barber of Seville is a love comedy confronting desire and feelings, reason and impulses.The plot involves a Spanish count, Almaviva, who has fallen in love at first sight with Rosine. To ensure that she really loves him and not just his money, the Count disguises himself as a poor college student named Lindor, and attempts to woo her. His plans are foiled by Rosine`s guardian, Doctor Bartholo, who keeps her locked up in his house and intends to marry her himself. The Count`s luck changes after a chance reunion with an ex-servant of his, Figaro, who is currently working as a barber and therefore has access to the Doctor`s home. Figaro devises a variety of ways for the Count to access Bartholos home and talk to Rosine. After many developments, the story culminates in the marriage of the Count and Rosine

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Hindi

08 Jan, 2011

Any park. In...just about anywhere. With three regular benches. And three men...just any men...squabble about the choicest of seats. Because each ones claim is the greatest, and the most fundamental. And.....just about anywhere, there is never enough room for everyone.

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Hindi/English

08 Jan, 2011

The play has four actors who portray sixteen characters altogether. Different situational excerpts from their life bring about contradictions, joy, humor, hope and aspirations that drive them. Inspired by Pavan Verma`s bestseller Being Indian, four intertwined vignettes in the play explore the issues of regionalism, dowry, and the growth of technology in a traditional society. The stories cover all classes of society in contemporary India.

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Non-verbal

08 Jan, 2011

In 1907 there was a massive killing of miners and their families in the North of Chile in which four thousand people were murdered. The play is based on the mission of a survivor worker, Antonio Ramon Ramon, who decides to avenge the death of his brother by executing General Silva Renard, who was responsible for the genocide.

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Hindi

08 Jan, 2011

Banyan Tree`s Teen Prahar in its fifth edition in Mumbai, this year as an extended evening concert will feature Pt Chhannulal Mishra (Vocals), Ustad Aashish Khan (Sarod) with Pt Anindo Chatterjee (Tabla), Ganesh Kumaresh (Violin Duet), and a world music ensemble with Rakesh Chaurasia (flute), Abhijit Pohankar (Keyboards) & Talvin Singh (Tabla).

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Non-verbal

09 Jan, 2011

As the name suggests, the performance is about Ram, the prince who is sent on a long journey far away from his home when he is exiled by his father along with his wife Sita and brother Lakshman. About Ram was created with a performance grant from the India Foundation for the Arts and in collaboration with animator Vishal Dar. It is an experimental theatrical piece using excerpts from Bhavbhutis Ramayana and told through animation, projected images, dance, masks and puppets.

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English

09 Jan, 2011

Kishori Amonkar has remained a formidable force in Hindustani classical music, shaping the contemporary music-scape with her brilliant re-interpretation of tradition. Having traversed a vast distance from that of her mother and guru Mogubai Kurdikar, Kishoritai`s captivating and eclectic musical persona has relentlessly searched and eventually discovered unfathomed depths of classical expression. She has created her own lyrical and musical compositions in different ragas with a compelling genius and artistry. Poetry and swaras go hand in hand with the mood of the raga, evoking bhava with equal intensity. For the first time ever, the maestro presents a recital of her own compositions.

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Spanish(Eng Sub)

09 Jan, 2011

Equal parts docu-play, physical theatre and comic burlesque, En Un Sol Amarillo sheds light on tragedy and corruption with wit and pathos. Fusing actual testimonies with electrifying theatrical imagery, it recreates the feverish atmosphere of Bolivia in 1998, when a massive earthquake rocked the countrys foundations. An emotionally-charged retelling of a community faced with devastation, it is timeless in its urgency, and sheds light on the calamity wrought by the earthquake and the corruption that followed. A gripping story told with wit, pathos, simplicity and creativity that resonates the world over.

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Hindi

09 Jan, 2011

Hamlet Machine is supposed to be a historical play depicting the fall of Communism in Germany. It comprises characters from Shakespeare`s Hamlet and also borrows a few situations from the original play, while departing from it in other ways. The play is about the broken dreams of revolution, motherhood, art, survival and humanity; about individuals who move with the times and those who get left behind

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Bengali

09 Jan, 2011

Mahakabyer Pare is based on the story of Eklabya from the Mahabarata, though the main theme has been changed. Here, the Kshatriyas are still rulers of the world and engage in wars in which the innocent Shudras become victims. They are tortured, killed, and deprived for ages. In order to break free from their tormentors, the Shudras announce war against the Kshatriyas. They send Eklabya to Dronacharya to learn the art of warfare, but since Eklabya is a shudra, Dronacharya refuses to teach him. Yet, Eklabya manages to learn these skills, driven solely by his desire. When Dronacharyas Kshatriya disciples inform him of this, their teacher meets Eklabya and asks for his right hand thumb as gurudakshina. Although Eklabya is ready to pay this price, the Shudras stop him by claiming his thumb as a weapon of the entire community. He refuses, and Dronacharya along with his Kshatriya disciples are imprisoned by the Shudras.

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English

09 Jan, 2011

Ms.Meena, formerly known as Asha, is an iconic film star. She returns to her native village Pichampuram, which has descended into a state of dire poverty. after two decades to make her final film. With news of her arrival there is a new burst of energy and hope in the village and she is hailed as their saviour, while Ravi, her former lover, is pushed to appeal to her on the village`s behalf. Ms. Meena arrives and seems quite willing to help the village. She promises to make the villagers prosperous beyond their wildest dreams. But in return, she demands a terrible price.

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Spanish

09 Jan, 2011

The voice of the popular sectors of Chilean society at the end of the 19th, beginning of the 20th century was the Lira popular, single-sheet published poems in dcimas that where illustrated with simple woodcuts, commenting from a distinctive perspective on national occurrences and local events affecting the poet. One of these poets was Juan Bautista Peralta. This is his story, the story of a poor, illiterate and blind man who became a poet, a singer and a trade union leader; and it is the history of Chile in that era, seen from the perspective of the people, from the singing to the humane and the divine.

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