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02 Jan, 2012

After having organized its inaugural York Live Festival in India in 2011, York Winery is back with the Second Annual York Live Festival - 2012 and promises to be bigger, better and more exciting than the previous one. YORK LIVE is a day-long celebration of wine, music and food at Yorks very own winery in Indias wine capital - Nasik. The festival is on JANUARY 21 and YORK LIVE will host some of the biggest names in music. Headlining the festival will be one of the pioneers of Asian Underground Music, KARSH KALE. Shri, a brilliant multi-instrumentalist will showcase his new project SHRILEKTRIC with other musicians. Something Relevant, one of India`s most amazing live bands will also be performing at the festival. More bands to be added soon!!

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English

04 Jan, 2012

TEDxIIMB is the inaugural TEDx event conducted at IIM Bangalore themed around Unconventional Paradigms. This limited seated event would have Journalists, Sports Personalities, Spiritual Gurus, Behaviour Architects, a senior Army Officer among others to share and discuss their views on the theme, and how we can reconnect to the same. You can choose between the Afternoon/ Evening/ Full day sessions. Prices are spread over the three session categories. The Full day event is priced at Rs. 1500/- (Rs. 1200/- if booked on early bird offer); Afternoon & Evening sessions are priced at Rs. 1000/- (Rs. 800/- if booked on early bird offer). Details are mentioned as under: Afternoon Session starts at 1400 hours and ends at 1745 hours with a break in between. Evening session commences at 1830 hours and ends at 2015 hours.

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Others

05 Jan, 2012

Auto Expo 2012 - Asia`s largest automotive show jointly organized by Automotive Component Manufacturers Association of India (ACMA), Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) is scheduled from 7-11 January 2012 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, India. Like earlier editions; the 11th edition will showcase latest products, components, vehicles and act as a launch pad for new and futuristic vehicles, besides providing a platform for generating leads, one to one interactions and business enquiries. Auto Expo 2012 will also have a special focus and emphasis on technological innovations in the areas of safety, environment and fuel efficiency. In line with the global trends of `thin and clean`, Indian customers too are preparing to select their next set of wheels from an array of new-age car segments, preferring vehicles that are smart and eco-friendly. New products are expected to meet higher standards of safety, improved aerodynamics, alternative fuel options and intelligent features. The Indian Auto Industry today seems to be evaluating two paths in its move towards greener vehicles:  CNG / Dual Fuel Vehicles  Electric / Hybrid Vehicles which shall be displayed at Auto Expo 2012. Around 1500 participants from 22 countries will be taking part in the show including country pavilions from Germany, China, Canada, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Taiwan and the UK.

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English

05 Jan, 2012

Mickey Hutton (UK) Mickey is one of the finest Stand Up comics to emerge from the North East in the past twenty years. His talents, however, stretch far beyond his Stand Up routine. Mickey is also a talented musician and writer. Nathan Caton (UK) Nathan is a young, rising black-British comic, gigging on the circuit since late 2004. Since his comedy career began Nathan has gone on to win various awards, accolades and built himself a solid reputation on the comedy scene. He has played at many different venues across Britain, including the Edinburgh Fringe in 2005, where he was a hot starlet, and then returning in 2007 to perform in his 2-man stand-up show entitled `The Honky and The Wog`, which was praised by reviewers such as Three Weeks and The Scotsman. In 2007, he also wrote and starred in his own pilot sketch comedy show for Paramount The Nathan Caton show, where Nathan guises as different comedy characters. His writing skills for the sketches earned him a `hotshot` memento from Broadcast magazine. Kunal Rao (IND) Kunal Rao is a retired Chartered Accountant, part-time south-Indian superstar and a serial track-pants wearer with the sexiest legs since deer.

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Others

07 Jan, 2012

Auto Expo 2012 - Asia`s largest automotive show jointly organized by Automotive Component Manufacturers Association of India (ACMA), Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) is scheduled from 7-11 January 2012 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, India. Like earlier editions; the 11th edition will showcase latest products, components, vehicles and act as a launch pad for new and futuristic vehicles, besides providing a platform for generating leads, one to one interactions and business enquiries. Auto Expo 2012 will also have a special focus and emphasis on technological innovations in the areas of safety, environment and fuel efficiency. In line with the global trends of `thin and clean`, Indian customers too are preparing to select their next set of wheels from an array of new-age car segments, preferring vehicles that are smart and eco-friendly. New products are expected to meet higher standards of safety, improved aerodynamics, alternative fuel options and intelligent features. The Indian Auto Industry today seems to be evaluating two paths in its move towards greener vehicles:  CNG / Dual Fuel Vehicles  Electric / Hybrid Vehicles which shall be displayed at Auto Expo 2012. Around 1500 participants from 22 countries will be taking part in the show including country pavilions from Germany, China, Canada, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Taiwan and the UK.

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Tamil

07 Jan, 2012

Rajesh Vaidya has composed various albums and performed many a time onstage. He was the music director for the movieVegambyS.Ve.Shekher, starringAshwin Shekher.He has also worked withVidyasagar,Harris Jayaraj,Bhardhwaj,Deva,Devi Sri PrasadandSrikanth Deva. He composed the music forK. Balachander`sSahana, a television series.He collaborated withPlaying for Change, on the album Songs Around The World, He has been felicitated with the Kalaimamani Award by The Government of Tamil Nadu in 2010.

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Tamil

07 Jan, 2012

Producer Dharamarajan, writer Egalyvan and actress Sambadevi take time capsules invented by scientist Ramnath, which take them back in time to Katta Bomman`s period (19th Century). They act as guides to Katta Bomman but mess up the history. To escape from there they take more of the capsules to reach Shajahan`s period. They also reach the era of Mahabharath and win playing cards with Duriyodhan.

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Others

08 Jan, 2012

The concept of Eternity (anant) denotes that which has neither a beginning (aadi) nor an end (ant). The concept is inherent in Indian philosophy, where time is viewed as being not linear but cyclical. In Tantric Buddhism, the concept of an endless cycle of time (kaalachakra) expresses the idea of an endless cycle of existence and knowledge. A true reflection of human life is found in the arts, where we encounter a fascinating juxtaposition of Eternity, the timeless existence of artistic beauty, with our own finite existence governed by the dictates of time and space. Artistic traditions do not remain static; they evolve constantly, assimilating "changes" from within and outside. The growth of an art form is infinite and perpetual, not limited by the finite existence of its practitioners. CITI-NCPA Aadi Anant seeks to explore and celebrate the vitality with which artistic traditions keep redefining and rejuvenating themselves. This annual music festival will showcase works that are deeply embedded in such traditions, and yet seek to reach out into the infinite realms of creativity, fostered by the contemporary socio-cultural milieu. In the Indian music tradition, human voice and musical instruments share a unique symbiotic relationship. They have mutually influenced the evolution and growth of individual musical styles. In this unique concert, Rashid Khan and Shujaat Khan begin with solo presentations followed by an encounter, wherein the voice and the instrument explore the common meeting points to strike a meaningful musical dialogue. Hailed as a child prodigy, Rashid Khan was groomed by his illustrious granduncle and guru, the late Nissar Hussain Khansaheb of Rampur Sahaswan lineage. With a powerful voice and mastery over sargam, taankari, and distinct rendition of tarana, Rashid Khan is an outstanding vocalist today. An eminent sitar player and heir to the rich legacy of Etawah-Imadadkhani gharana, Shujaat Khan is the son and disciple of the legendary sitar maestro Vilayat Khan. His music is an unusual blend that draws from his remarkable ability to express through voice as well as the vocalised idiom of the sitar.

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Multilingual

08 Jan, 2012

In a city reeking of deceit and dubious denizens, a kidnapping sets in motion a chain of events that will impact all the players involved. So when a power hungry father, a corrupt ex-cop, a rogue group of thugs and an unsuspecting teenager find themselves at odds with each other, fate plays its hand.

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English

08 Jan, 2012

MC: SUNDEEP RAOAn excellent Tuesday showcasing all new material never been seen or heard before by our established acts.

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Others

08 Jan, 2012

``NOSTALGIA`` a musical event organised by Kalabhishek Pariwar and Health League is a tribute to the 4 pillars of the Golden Era of the Indian Cinema who have given us timeless melodies. The four pillars being MADAN MOHAN, SALIL CHOWDHARY, SHANKAR JAIKISHAN and S.D.BURMAN. This is an out and out Instrumental program which includes Flute, Mohan Veena, Tabla, Guitar, Mouth Organ etc. About the artists: Flute by Prashant Agnihotri - Disciple of Maestro of the Mumbai Film Industry Late Pt. Ramakant Patil. Felicitated by ``University of Cambridge`` UK for his musical score ``Maharshi - Gandharva`` by Gandharva Ved Vishwa Vidyapeeth, Delhi. Composed famous album Nostalgia ``Down the Memory Lane`` with Suresh Wadkar. Played with eminent artists like Sanjiv Abhyankar, Shankar Mahadevan and Pt. Ajay Pohankar. Mohan Veena by Satish Khanwalkar- Disciple of Pt. Vishwa Mohan Bhatt. Performed at one of the most prestigious Music Festival ``Tansen Sangeet Samorah`` in Ujjain. Played Jugalbandi with Pt. Hariprasad Chaurasiaji in Amritsar and has also played with Pt. Kishori Amonkar. All the artists will be coming from different parts of Maharashtra to participate in the event.

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Gibberish

08 Jan, 2012

The performance revolves around an Indian middle class family, bringing together physical theatre, acting, dance and live music. The three performers play multiple characters, alternating between them in an almost dizzying rhythm, and tell the story of a romantic-dreamer husband, his uptight dominating, but loving wife, a needy old father and their noisy new-born baby, all living together in their small home.

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Tamil

08 Jan, 2012

Balasubrahmanyam has sung more than 40,000 songs in more than 15 differentIndian regional languages as well as in Hindi and English. He holds the record of having sung the most number of songs for any male playback singer in the world.

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Others

09 Jan, 2012

Renowned soprano, Patricia Rozario, with Joanne D'Mello and Susanna Hurrell, present a virtuosic programme celebrating the female voice-Three Tenors-soprano style!The programme includes an entertaining variety of solo arias, duets and trios, from the popular operatic repertory of Handel, Mozart, Gounod, Massenet, Puccini and Lehar, including the famous Queen of the Night arias from Mozart's Magic Flute. The sopranos will be accompanied by the reputed pianist, composer and broadcaster, Mark Troop.Born in Mumbai, Patricia Rozario studied at London's Guildhall School of Music, winning the Gold Medal and the Maggie Teyte Prize. Over the years, she has developed a luminous international career in opera, concert work, recording and broadcasting, with composers like John Tavener and Arvo Prt specially composing for her unique voice. She is also a sought after teacher at the Royal College in London and undertakes recitals with a commitment to offering young vocalists performance opportunities in recognition of their talent. She has thus invited Joanne D'Mello and Susanna Hurrell, two exceptional young vocalists who studied with her at the Royal College of Music in London, to accompany her on this tour.Joanne D'Mello has just graduated from the Royal College of Music with honours and is currently at the Opera Studio in Ghent.Susanna Hurrell already enjoys a flourishing career as a soprano, with performances in major English venues with leading conductors and orchestras.In collaboration with Association Sargam

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Tamil

09 Jan, 2012

A legendry vocalist who has also collaborated with many Indian artists apart from internationally acclaimed artistes, like Dominique Vellard, the French Gregorian singer. Aruna Sayeeram has presented her concerts in all majorsabhasin India, as well as many destinations across the world, including Carnegie Hall in New York, Le Thtre de la Ville in Paris and the Festival of World Sacred Music in Morocco.

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Marathi

09 Jan, 2012

History attests that in 1551, an elephant made the journey from Lisbon to Vienna. In the play, loosely based on Nobel laureate Jose Saramagos Elephants Journey, Solomon and his mahout, Subhro, accompanied by others, move through various landscapes. Along the way they meet villagers and townsfolk who interpret the sudden enigma of an elephant entering their lives in different ways.

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Polish/English

09 Jan, 2012

This is a personal play for Chorea which is celebrating its fifth anniversary. Six young actors from the group reached for Grotowski, since he harmonized with their sense of alienation and disorientation. The play contains many confessions verging on exhibitionism, a lot of physical extremism, fighting with the body, and the desperate search for communication through movement.

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Urdu

09 Jan, 2012

The play tells the story of khala, a woman who makes helping others her lifes objective. Known for her honesty, generosity and integrity, she is loved by all. Her character is one that rejects all barriers of caste and religion and lives her life in the spirit of the fast disappearing Ganga-Jamuni tradition that Bhopal was once known for.

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Hindi

09 Jan, 2012

The play, which is an attempt to harmonize the principles of acrobatics, martial arts, village and folk art forms, dance and music, in a coherent and entertaining narrative, revolves around the story of Sawaniya, whose husband Bedhang Prasad goes missing, and all the confusion that ensues from this single incident.

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Others

09 Jan, 2012

Dmitry Sitkovetsky is an artist whose creativity defies categorising. He has built an active and successful career as a violinist, conductor, arranger, chamber musician and festival director. Sitkovetsky has performed as a soloist with a number of the world's leading orchestras including the Berlin, New York and LA Philharmonic Orchestras, Leipzig Gewandhaus, Concertgebouw Orchestra, all of the major London orchestras, NHK, Chicago, Philadelphia and Cleveland orchestras. He has performed at a number of high-profile festivals including Salzburg, Lucerne, Edinburgh, Verbier, Istanbul, Mostly Mozart and Festival del Sole (Napa Valley). In 2003, he was appointed Music Director of the Greensboro Symphony Orchestra, a position he currently holds with great success. France's leading violist, Grard Causs is widely acclaimed as ranking among the handful of great international viola talents of our time and one of the few who, since Primrose, have made the viola once again a solo instrument in its own right. This has been recognised by an impressive range of major record labels, whether for solo, concerto or chamber music recordings, earning him numerous awards from the international music press. Highly respected by his peers, Causs performs and records regularly with such household names as Emmanuel Krivine, Charles Dutoit, Kent Nagano, Gidon Kremer, Maria Joo Pires, Augustin Dumay, Franois-Ren Duchable, Paul Meyer, Renaud and Gautier Capuon.Henri Demarquette began his career at the age of 17 with a debut recital at the Chtelet theatre in Paris and a show on France 3 television channel with the pianist Hlne Grimaud. He was immediately noticed by Sir Yehudi Menuhin who invited him to play Dvork's Concerto in Prague and Paris, Sir Menuhin conducting himself. Since then, his career has developed internationally and has led him to major cities, with foremost French and foreign orchestras such as the Orchestre National de France, the London Philharmonic, the Ensemble Orchestral de Paris, the Saint Petersburg Symphonic Orchestra, the Ural Philharmonic Orchestra, the NDR Hannover, the Orchestre National de Lille, the Tokyo Symphony, the Orchestre National de Bordeaux-Aquitaine, the Sinfonia Varsovia, the Neue Philharmonie Westphalen. He also likes to play with his favourite partners: B. Engerer, M. Dalberto, Giovanni Bellucci, Jean-Philippe Collard and others.

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