In an attempt to expand its influence, the society this year is hosting a two-day Indian Classical Music and Dance Festival scheduled for 23rd-24th April 2022 to preserve and nurture the Indian classical music community.
India is a land of culture, traditions, festivals and much more. Every month comes some religious event or festivals. Indian states boast of culturally rich dance and music festivals, held at different times of the year.
The most celebrated dance and music festivals can be seen near seaside temples, historical places, shrines, etc. The amalgamation between art and history, these festivals mark the cultural celebrations, ceremonious galas, and spectacular events, in the open-air atmos. If you’re also in search of some similar gala event, we have got you covered.
Check out the recent events happening near you and mark your presence along with your friends and family.
Swami Haridas Tansen Sangeet Nritya Mahotsav
The 19th edition of Swami Haridas Tansen Sangeet Nritya Mahotsav is dedicated to late PT. Ravi Shankar Ji.
When: January 9 to January 12
Timings: 6:30 PM onwards
Venue: Shankar Lal Hall, Modern School, Barakhamba Road, New Delhi
Udaipur World Music Festival 2020
Udaipur World Music Festival is a city-wide, multi-venue music festival featuring over 150 global artists and collaborations with participation from over 20 countries. This year, the festival seeks to celebrate the concept ‘We are the World: Unity in diversity’ at the Udaipur World Music Festival 2020.
What: Udaipur World Music Festival 2020
When: February 7 to February 9
Venue: Udaipur, Amber at Amet Haveli, Ambrai Ghat, Fateh Sagar Paal, Gandhi Ground