Show Stealers


Arts Meet

Kathak legend Birju Maharaj, tabla maestro Zakir Hussain and Hindustani classical vocalist Pandit Ajoy Chakrabarty will come together on stage at the Kala Sangam Bombay's annual concert titled Music Summit with World Masters. It will take place on December 13 at the Shanmukhananda Hall. Contact 24078888

Mounted Material

Bangalore-based artist Ranjani Shettar's show "High Tide for a Blue Moon" is also her first museum solo in the country. She uses local materials from her hometown to create 10 structures. At Bhau Daji Lad Museum. Contact: 23731234


Rhythm Divine

No concert of Bhakti music is complete without the songs of Mirabai. The story of the great poet-saint of the 16th century is being retold in a play directed by Shobha Deepak Singh. Titled Meera, the 90-minute-long play traces Mirabai's life as a passionate devotee of Krishna. The highlight of the play are Rajasthani music and dance pieces. Meera is being performed at Epicentre, Gurgaon, on December 11. Contact: 2715000

Royal Treatment

Camera persons were constantly at work during the three visits by the Spanish royal family to India in the last 40 years. An exhibition of photographs, titled "Visits of the Spanish Royal Family to India", helps history and celebrity buffs catch the royals as they went about their official engagements or turned tourists. The exhibition is being held at Instituto Cervantes, Hanuman Road, throughout this month.

Contact: 43681907


Work Front

The theme of this year's Alliance Francaise Foundation's photo contest is "Jobs of the World". Expect a selection that shows people from around the world in different jobs. The winning photographer will get a week's trip to Paris. The exhibition of 40 photographs will tour Alliance Francaises around the world. Aspirants should send their images by January 12 to

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