DLF Mall of India is doing more than offering merchandise. They are offering experiences. We have regaled watching stand-up comedy shows at this venue. But this time, in tune with the remnants of the post-Diwali whiff in the air, it was an evening of soulful music – Sufi Sama.
THE IMPERIAL, Delhi organised an evening of music by award winning Hungarian pianist Zoltán Fejérvári. We at Delhi-Fun-Dos attempt to list, attend and bring our experience in form of our blog to our readers. Therefore we listed this event and attended the concert. But was it fun indeed?
The Magnets is an acpaella band from UK. They epitomize British entertainment. The production company AGP World has brought this band on its debut tour to India. The Magnets are performing in various cities all across the country. The New Delhi concert is to be held at Sirifort Auditorium this Saturday, 16th of September, 2017.
Thumri Festival 2017 was a three day celebration of Hindustani vocal music at Kamani Auditorium. A host of veteran performers as well as young artists performed during the event. But in today’s day and age of YouTube, Facebook, Bollywood, TV soaps and so so, can this genre of music survive?
“Partition – Stories of Separation” is a musical program recently held at Bikaner House. This was part of their event “Shared Legacies” that included curated art, fashion, exhibitions, music, dialogues and seminars. Noted Sufi singer and theatre artist Sonam Kalra along with actor and voice talent Salima Raza performed in the event. It was an unusual experience.
The People and Co at DLF Cyberhub has just stepped into a new zone. Popular as a venue for stand-up comedy, Canvas Laugh Club has recently forayed in the field of music. This new phase started with a concert by the well-known fusion music band Advaita.
SPIC MACAY, the non-profit organisation promoting classical Indian music, dances, crafts and skills brings master performers for us. They are holding their 5th International Convention with round the clock events and the venue is IIT Delhi off Hauz Khas Metro Station. If you want this summer to be any worthwhile – go for it!
The Capital City Minstrels, a choir comprising professionals with an interest in music, keep holding concerts throughout the year. In fact, they recently hosted a series of summer concerts. Calling it A Grand Night for Singing, they performed at various venues in the capital.