Instrumental Music Festival in Bangalore, 22 November 2015

It’s unusual to have a festival only for instruments, and so it was interesting to attend the “Bangalore Harmonica and Reed Instruments Festival” at Ravindra Kalakshetra on the 22nd of November, 2015.


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The predominant theme of the music seemed to be old Hindi movie songs, though a few Kannada movie songs were also played.

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The festival went on from 10 am to 7pm and seemed to have a good attendance throughout the day.

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Some of the children also enjoyed interacting with the audience to the beat of the music!

 

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Here’s one of the artistes, Ashok Sengupta: IMG_1410

 

 

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is a video recorded by Prayut Mandal, where the accompanists are also seen:

 

Tickets were priced at Rs.100. I could not ask if the organizers were able to recover their costs! There seemed to be plenty of sponsors, so I hope they were, indeed, able to do this.

 

I would also like to know for how many years this festival has been going on. It was a most enjoyable one!

 

 

 


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Deepa Mohan is a freelance writer and avid naturalist.