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An exhibition of painting and traditional murals is on at Sunshree Suvarna Yug, NIBM Road, Timings – 11 am – 6 pm.
Artist Vaishali Pathak's artworks on tribal elements are on display at Malaka Spice, Lane 5, Koregaon Park, 11 am to 11.30.
Ramesh Panchpande, is displaying charcoal paintings at Art Corner, Out of the Blue, E-Square, 12.30 pm onwards.
Suresh G Pathe's works will be exhibited at Grubshup, Koregaon Park, 10.30 am to 10 pm.
Founder member of Indian Ocean and India's leading guitar player Sushmit Sen will launch his debut album 'Depths of the Ocean' at Hard Rock Café, Koregaon Park on August 10, 8 pm onwards.
Noted classical vocalist Shaunak Abhisheki, son and disciple of vocal maestro Pt Jitendra Abhisheki will perform on August 9 at Saud Bahwan Sabhagruha, Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital, Erandwane, from 6.30 pm onwards.
Noted violin player Pt Atulkumar Upadhye will present classical violin concert accompanied by Avinash patil and Atul kamble at Nalanda, Yugay Mangal Complex, Ganesh Nagar on August 15 at 4.30 pm.
Vriddha Anand Ashram, Akurdi, celebrates Independence Day with classical recital by Mukul Shivputra from 8.15 pm to 10 pm and Ashwini Modak from 7.30 pm to 8.15 pm on August 15 at Vriddh Anand Ashram, behind Akurdi Railway Station.
Artistes Shripad Bhave, Prajakta Jhahagirdar, Gopal shingre, Deepak Karandikar and Pradnya Desai will present a musical programme on August 9 at Shri Swami Samarth Math, Shukrawar Peth from 4.30 pm onwards.
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