See saw: Musical Extravaganza
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Aimed at promoting traditional Indian performing arts, the 10th edition of Chintamani Jayanti Samaroh a three-day festival of Hindustani and Carnatic Music kickstarted on November 7. Held at Y B Chavan Auditorium, Kothrud, the event is organised by Pancham Nishad Creatives. To honour and commemorate the contribution of legendary vocalist, Late Pandit C R Vyas on his 88th birth anniversary, eminent artistes from the city will collaborate for a tribute performance on November 9. The first day of the festival featured eminent vocalists and musicians like Devaki Pandit, Shankar Mahadevan, U. Shrinivas, Paras Nath, Aditya Kalyankar, Giridhar Udupa and Sridhar Parthasarthy. The second day includes performances by stalwarts like santoor maestro Satish Vyas and vocalist Begum Parween Sultana. The festival will conclude with performances by the efferversant father son duo Ustad Rais Khan and Farhan Khan accompanied by vocalist Suhas Vyas.
DJ Mat Zo and DJ Ravin will perform at Pune Marriott Hotel and Convention Centre on November 9. DJ Mat Zo, specialized in progressive house will associate French house to rock-riddled, funk-fuelled electro, hip-hop vibes and trance at Mi A Mi while DJ Ravin will transcend boundaries of eastern and western music with new age electronic sounds at Paasha. The two DJs will strive to captivate the audience with their notes, their creativity and their original musical combinations this weekend.
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