Dance music – Del Cuer PO http://delcuerpo.com/ Sun, 05 Dec 2021 08:38:37 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://delcuerpo.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/profile-120x120.png Dance music – Del Cuer PO http://delcuerpo.com/ 32 32 New Dream Valley dance music festival to be held near Bexley in May 2022 https://delcuerpo.com/new-dream-valley-dance-music-festival-to-be-held-near-bexley-in-may-2022/ Fri, 03 Dec 2021 13:39:00 +0000 https://delcuerpo.com/new-dream-valley-dance-music-festival-to-be-held-near-bexley-in-may-2022/ A new dance festival with 100 dance music numbers on seven stages is due to take place in the countryside near Kent next summer. The Dream Valley Boutique Festival, which promises to bring in some of the world’s best dance music numbers, will be held in a picturesque setting in Bexley and will feature an […]]]>

A new dance festival with 100 dance music numbers on seven stages is due to take place in the countryside near Kent next summer.

The Dream Valley Boutique Festival, which promises to bring in some of the world’s best dance music numbers, will be held in a picturesque setting in Bexley and will feature an outdoor cinema, a roller-coaster nightclub and outdoor dining.

Thousands of people are expected at Dream Valley Photo: iStock

Taking place on Saturday, May 28, 2022, the boutique festival will feature 10 ‘dream camps’ where art, dance, wellness and unique experiences workshops will be held, with organizers expecting some 25,000 dance music fans attend.

The stellar lineup of acts revealed for Phase One includes Basement Jaxx, Marco Carola, Roger Sanchez, Rossi, Sammy Porter, French trio Apollonia and Dutch duo ANOTR.

After watching a live DJ set, “dreamers” can head to the open-air cinema; take part in a wellness workshop or join an outdoor dining club.

The team behind Dream Valley are founders Reece Miller and Lucy Beckwith, who have over 40 years of combined experience in the events and festivals industry.

Reece founded We Are FSTVL and ran Defected London FSTVL, among others, while Lucy has played a pivotal role in the history of City Cruises Plc and works with Celestial Cinema and StarDust LDN, an immersive events company based in London.

Basement Jaxx will play Dream Valley Picture: jean-luc brouard
Basement Jaxx will play Dream Valley Picture: jean-luc brouard

Tickets go on sale for Dream Valley 2022 on Wednesday 8 December, starting at £ 43.50. Find out more here.


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Traditional dance, music marks Calao Day 2 2021 – https://delcuerpo.com/traditional-dance-music-marks-calao-day-2-2021/ Thu, 02 Dec 2021 11:30:00 +0000 https://delcuerpo.com/traditional-dance-music-marks-calao-day-2-2021/ Kohima: The second day of the Hornbill Festival witnessed a huge demonstration of traditional music and dance as 17 Nagaland tribes showcased their unique tradition. The 17 tribes that have occurred during the cultural connection at Naga Heritage Village in Kisama include Angami, Ao, Chakhesang, Chang, Khiamniungan, Konyak, Lotha, Phom, Pochury, Rengma, Sangram, Sumi, Yimkhiung, […]]]>

Kohima: The second day of the Hornbill Festival witnessed a huge demonstration of traditional music and dance as 17 Nagaland tribes showcased their unique tradition.

The 17 tribes that have occurred during the cultural connection at Naga Heritage Village in Kisama include Angami, Ao, Chakhesang, Chang, Khiamniungan, Konyak, Lotha, Phom, Pochury, Rengma, Sangram, Sumi, Yimkhiung, Zeliang, Garo, Kachari and Kuki.

Cultural Connection is a cultural extravaganza presented by the arts and culture department at the festival. The cultural connection that began on Wednesday will culminate with the “dance of unity”, an approach to cultural homogenization between different tribes, on the last day of the festival.


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Electric forest 2022 dates revealed – EDM.com https://delcuerpo.com/electric-forest-2022-dates-revealed-edm-com/ Mon, 29 Nov 2021 16:56:08 +0000 https://delcuerpo.com/electric-forest-2022-dates-revealed-edm-com/ It was a long and windy road to the neon blossoms of Sherwood Forest. Fans of electronic dance music were unable to descend to the legendary Electric Forest backdrop in 2020 due to the impact of COVID-19. Potential attendees remained hopeful in 2021 as vaccine rollout accelerated, but organizers of the beloved Rothbury, Mich. Festival […]]]>

It was a long and windy road to the neon blossoms of Sherwood Forest.

Fans of electronic dance music were unable to descend to the legendary Electric Forest backdrop in 2020 due to the impact of COVID-19. Potential attendees remained hopeful in 2021 as vaccine rollout accelerated, but organizers of the beloved Rothbury, Mich. Festival ultimately decided to pull the plug in the name of public safety.

But fans can finally mark their calendars for Electric Forest 2022 after organizers revealed the return of the festival, which is scheduled for June 23-26, 2022. According to an official announcement on the festival’s website, a limited number of bracelets will be available. soon published. as well as details on shuttles, group camping and 2022 programming.



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The international dance music festival, Beats For Beds, to raise money for charities for the homeless https://delcuerpo.com/the-international-dance-music-festival-beats-for-beds-to-raise-money-for-charities-for-the-homeless/ Thu, 18 Nov 2021 19:29:00 +0000 https://delcuerpo.com/the-international-dance-music-festival-beats-for-beds-to-raise-money-for-charities-for-the-homeless/ A festival, focused on raising funds for charities fighting homelessness, is scheduled to take place in December. Beats For Beds will span multiple global venues and include a three-day live stream with paid events taking place in London, Manchester, Leeds, Melbourne, British Columbia and elsewhere. The three England-based events will take place at the Carlton […]]]>

A festival, focused on raising funds for charities fighting homelessness, is scheduled to take place in December.

Beats For Beds will span multiple global venues and include a three-day live stream with paid events taking place in London, Manchester, Leeds, Melbourne, British Columbia and elsewhere.

The three England-based events will take place at the Carlton Club in Manchester on December 17th, at the Werkhaus in London on December 18th and, finally, at the Belgrave Music Hall in Leeds on December 19th. In Manchester, Mr. Scruff and Ruf Dug will perform for the first time in b2b as ScruffDug, while Friendly Fires will perform a DJ set at the London event, with Justin Robertson also starring. Man Power and PBR Streetgang will play in Leeds.

The events will raise funds for Shelter, a homeless charity, while proceeds from the holidays in other countries will go to homeless charities in their respective countries.

Edward Tomlinson, founder of Beats For Beds, said in a statement: “As a society we need to make sure we take care of the most unfortunate. On a global scale. Beats for Beds wants to help raise awareness and raise funds. essential for charities for the homeless around the world.

For those unable to attend in person, each event will be streamed live via Mixcloud here streaming from noon on December 17th until midnight on December 19th. You can also donate here.

Get tickets for events in England here.


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Dance, music and first BVI Lit Fest https://delcuerpo.com/dance-music-and-first-bvi-lit-fest/ Thu, 18 Nov 2021 13:46:56 +0000 https://delcuerpo.com/dance-music-and-first-bvi-lit-fest/ Cyril B. Romney Tortola Pier Park was once again bustling on Friday as residents and cruise ship passengers watched students perform at a food fair held for Culture and Tourism Month. Mushroom music and a traditional African dance called comfoo were part of the performances, and vendors sold handicrafts and home-cooked food along the streets […]]]>

Cyril B. Romney Tortola Pier Park was once again bustling on Friday as residents and cruise ship passengers watched students perform at a food fair held for Culture and Tourism Month.

Mushroom music and a traditional African dance called comfoo were part of the performances, and vendors sold handicrafts and home-cooked food along the streets of the Pier Park.

For the students, the event came after celebrating a culture week in schools.

One day, Enis Adams Kindergarten asked students to dress up as tour guides in taxis, while students at Bregado Flax Educational Center participated in cultural breakfasts and a cooking contest.

Students at Leonora Delville Elementary School celebrated with storytelling, music, and cultural displays, and Althea Scatliffe Elementary School hosted live exhibits like Cleaning Fish and Making Johnnycake.

The Virgin Islands School of Technical Studies held its own cultural food fair in Baughers Bay on Friday, where it also held a cultural clothing competition. Students at Willard Wheatley Elementary School played cultural games such as jacks and marbles.

“I have visited a number of schools in the territory and they are having fun,” said Connie George, director of education, who chaired the event at Pier Park. “I really like to see this because it is one of the things that we need to allow our students to learn and understand who we are as a people.”

(Photo: ZARRIN TASNIM AHMED)
“The extravagance of dance”

Culture director Dr Katherine Smith announced the start of the ‘extravagant dance’, which began with a 17th-century African dance called comfoo.

A new group from Nouvelle Royale Dance School – the Children’s Comfoo Dance Ensemble – debuted wearing black outfits offset by colorful headbands.

After that, the Lady Rams of Elmore Stoutt High School danced to Afrobeats, mushrooms and VI calypso music.

Eight students from Joyce Samuel Primary performed a traditional dance to mushroom music while wearing cultural clothing, and students from Robinson O’Neal Memorial Primary recited old proverbs.

Photo: ZARRIN TASNIM AHMED

The Ministry of Culture also announced the winners of a writing competition focused on these proverbs. Other Culture and Tourism Month activities included “Bush Books and Tea” at H. Lavity Stoutt Community College on Saturday, followed by an open mic session featuring poets Callalloo, Brent Hoyte and others.

“This is the second annual Culture and Tourism Month,” said Dr. Smith. “We had Culture Week and extended it to a whole month. This month we had our BVI Literary Festival for the very first time. Activities will continue throughout this month, culminating with the Anegada Lobster Festival.

WANT TO GO?

There are still many events left during Culture and Tourism Month.

Monday: public holiday for the Grande Marche 1949 and the Restoration Tuesday: Fine arts photography workshop
Wednesday: Book launch, The 1949 Great March, HLSCC Learning Resource Center
November 25: The legacy of a pioneer, Joseph Hodge
November 26: Day of wear and tear of your territory
November 27-28: Anegada Lobster Fest
November 29: The winners of the film competition announced by the BVI Tourist Office November 30: Round table on the tourism industry and the cultural sector


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The Fiesta de la Bulería de flamenco brings dance, music and culture to the Walt Disney concert hall https://delcuerpo.com/the-fiesta-de-la-buleria-de-flamenco-brings-dance-music-and-culture-to-the-walt-disney-concert-hall/ Wed, 17 Nov 2021 20:07:47 +0000 https://delcuerpo.com/the-fiesta-de-la-buleria-de-flamenco-brings-dance-music-and-culture-to-the-walt-disney-concert-hall/ Artistic director and dancer Maria Bermudez Coming to LA Phil on Saturday November 27 is a celebration of flamenco dance and music, led by a flamenco artist and dancer Maria bermudez. spain Buleria Festival, one of the most famous flamenco festivals, arrives in Los Angeles with 15 world famous artists – dancers, singers and musicians […]]]>

Artistic director and dancer Maria Bermudez

Coming to LA Phil on Saturday November 27 is a celebration of flamenco dance and music, led by a flamenco artist and dancer Maria bermudez. spain Buleria Festival, one of the most famous flamenco festivals, arrives in Los Angeles with 15 world famous artists – dancers, singers and musicians – all born in the birthplace of flamenco, Jerez de la Frontera in Andalusia.

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With artistic director and dancer Bermudez at the helm of the program, the show includes performances by dancer extraordinary Joaquín Grilo; the powerful singers Jesús Méndez, Remedios Amaya, Pelé De los Reyes (Navajita Plateá) and Antonio Malena; master guitarists Diego Del Morao, Antonio Rey and Manuel Parrilla; and violinist Bernardo Parrilla. This international program is the first of its kind to occur at the Walt Disney Concert Hall.

Like the art form itself, flamenco has a long, complicated and intimately woven history from its origins to the way it has been viewed in Spain over the decades. The Fiesta de la Bulería was created in 1967 by Juan de la Plata, who at the time was President of the Chair of Flamencology and Andalusian Folk Studies. It is a celebration of the birthplace of flamenco and is named after the region’s most famous palo (bulerías). Bringing this richly cultural event to Los Angeles is a unique opportunity for anyone who appreciates the art form of passionate human expression.

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LA Phil’s tickets Buleria Festival are still available here.

Words: Patti Sanchez

Stay tuned for a gift ticket via Grimy Goods Instagram! For more on LA Phil’s events, be sure to visit their website and follow them on Instagram and Twitter.

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Powabunga dance music festival announces Vail 2021 lineup https://delcuerpo.com/powabunga-dance-music-festival-announces-vail-2021-lineup/ Wed, 17 Nov 2021 19:08:10 +0000 https://delcuerpo.com/powabunga-dance-music-festival-announces-vail-2021-lineup/ Powabunga returns to Ford Park in Vail, Colorado, December 9-12 for four epic days and nights of live music and mountain activities. Powabunga has announced the final 2021 lineup, which includes Rüfüs Du Sol, Elderbrook, Bob Moses, Chanel Tres, Vintage Culture, LP Giobbi, Taches, Channel Tres, N2N, Julia Sandstrom, Gavlak, Chris Cauldron, Golden, Housewife, Max […]]]>

Powabunga returns to Ford Park in Vail, Colorado, December 9-12 for four epic days and nights of live music and mountain activities. Powabunga has announced the final 2021 lineup, which includes Rüfüs Du Sol, Elderbrook, Bob Moses, Chanel Tres, Vintage Culture, LP Giobbi, Taches, Channel Tres, N2N, Julia Sandstrom, Gavlak, Chris Cauldron, Golden, Housewife, Max Baum, and Haasy. Powabunga specializes in recruiting the best dance music from some of the best names in the world of indie dance, funk house, electronics and beyond.

“We’re taking this year to a new level. Our goal for Powabunga is to marry music and mountains in a way that creates a much deeper experience than just going to a concert,” said Austin Gavlak, founder of Powabunga. “We create a special and immersive environment and bring together a variety of activities that elicit a true visceral response. Powabunga is designed to expand your mind and heart, and we aim to make everyone feel inspired when the event is over. “

Ticket holders can expect to be transported to a snow-capped dance hall with various mountain activities, breathtaking music programming, interactive art installations and, most importantly, a community of music and mountain enthusiasts who share the same. ideas. Gavlak, a Vail resident for 10 years, draws inspiration from Berlin, Barcelona and Black Rock City to liven up the streets of Vail Village. Powabunga also prides itself on having sustainability at the forefront of production design, leaving Vail Village with a minimal carbon footprint once the festival is over.

“I am blown away and proud of the community that we have cultivated over the years and I am delighted to bring everyone together once again for a world class experience in the Rocky Mountains,” said Gavlak.

Attendees are encouraged to follow Powabunga on Instagram and Facebook @powabungafestival for more information on lineup announcements and more. Further details on the nightly after-parties at the John A. Dobson Ice Arena hosted by Buckhorn Social Club and Ski House, Gavlak’s other experiential projects, will be announced in the coming weeks.

Please visit www.powabunga.com for updates, to purchase tickets and to view the full 2021 lineup.



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Get to know Andi Durrant from The Dance Music Archive https://delcuerpo.com/get-to-know-andi-durrant-from-the-dance-music-archive/ Wed, 17 Nov 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://delcuerpo.com/get-to-know-andi-durrant-from-the-dance-music-archive/ Catch The Dance Music Archive with Andi Durrant from 7pm, every Sunday on KISSTORY Get to know Andi Durrant from The Dance Music Archive Author: web editorPosted on November 17, 2021Last updated on November 17, 2021 To mark the launch of Dance music archives, we take the time to profile Andi Durrant which you can […]]]>

Catch The Dance Music Archive with Andi Durrant from 7pm, every Sunday on KISSTORY

Get to know Andi Durrant from The Dance Music Archive

Author: web editorPosted on November 17, 2021
Last updated on November 17, 2021

To mark the launch of Dance music archives, we take the time to profile Andi Durrant which you can hear on our KISSTORY station, every Sunday from 7 p.m.

The Dance Music Archive with Andi Durrant

Andi Durrant is a multi-award winning DJ from Leeds.

As a DJ, producer and presenter, Andi Durrant is famous for his love of electronic and dance music. After 15 years as a radio host on other stations, Andi started his own production company “This Is Distorted” and joined the KISS network in March 2014.

Andi has won numerous awards, including three Radio Academy Awards and was nominated for two Arquiva Radio Awards for his radio show Electrik Playground.

He has also remixed tracks from artists such as Plan B, Flo Rida, Jennifer Lopez, Lethal Bizzle, Will I Am and produced tracks for Avril Lavigne.

You can watch The Dance Music Archive with Andi Durrant starting at 7 p.m. every Sunday on KISSTORY.

Who is Andi Durrant?

Andi Durrant is a multi-award winning DJ from Leeds.

Andi Durrant has a show called The Dance Music Archive starting at 7pm every Sunday on KISSTORY.

Which artists has Andi Durrant worked with in the past?

Over the years, Andi Durrant has worked with Calvin Harris, Pet Shop Boys, The Prodigy, and Daft Punk.

Has Andi Durrant ever performed in festivals?

Yes. Andi Durrant has performed at numerous festivals around the world including Creamfields, Mint and Electrik Playground.

Check out the images of her set at Privilege, Ibiza in 2009 below:

What’s the craziest thing about Andi Durrant’s rider?

The craziest thing about Andy Durrant’s Cavalier is a Nutella sandwich on, as Andi says, “Strictly White Bread!”

How to follow Andi Durrant on social networks?

You can follow Andi Durrant on the following social networks:

Follow Andi Durrant on Facebook HERE.

Follow Andi Durrant on Twitter HERE.

Follow Andi Durrant on Instagram HERE.

What’s the ultimate piece of Andi Durrant’s guilty pleasure?

Andi Durrant’s Spotify account is filled with powerful ballads entirely from the 80s. All of his taste for “off” music is a guilty pleasure!

What’s an interesting fact about Andi Durrant that I might not know?

Andi Durrant was the youngest recipient of the Radio Academy Gold Award when he was named the UK’s best music broadcaster in 2008.

What can I expect from Andi Durrant on The Dance Music Archive?

You can expect to hear the BIGGEST hymns and memorabilia from the dance archive every week!

Andi Durrant on The Dance Music Archive

Find Andi Durrant on The Dance Music Archive from 7 p.m., every Sunday on KISSTORY.

How can I listen to The Dance Music Archive?

Download the KISS KUBE app now!

Tune in to The Dance Music Archive, every Sunday from 7 p.m. on KISSTORY. Listen via DAB radio, KISSFMUK.COM, Smart Speaker (“Play KISSTORY”) or the free KISS KUBE app. Download the KISS KUBE app HERE!



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Maven Road study suggests 45% of dance music fans paid for live broadcasts during pandemic https://delcuerpo.com/maven-road-study-suggests-45-of-dance-music-fans-paid-for-live-broadcasts-during-pandemic/ Tue, 16 Nov 2021 15:09:30 +0000 https://delcuerpo.com/maven-road-study-suggests-45-of-dance-music-fans-paid-for-live-broadcasts-during-pandemic/ Recent Maven Road study suggests 45% of dance music fans paid for live broadcasts during pandemic Global business intelligence firm Maven Road has a clear vision for creating lean and actionable social media insights on consumers and audiences, taking a multi-faceted approach for growing businesses. Using their knowledge and expertise to enable their clients to […]]]>

Recent Maven Road study suggests 45% of dance music fans paid for live broadcasts during pandemic

Global business intelligence firm Maven Road has a clear vision for creating lean and actionable social media insights on consumers and audiences, taking a multi-faceted approach for growing businesses. Using their knowledge and expertise to enable their clients to access new pockets of consumer data that would otherwise remain untapped, Maven Road develops concise reports comprising a wide variety of variables that influence digital media activity and social, including trend tracking, consumer listening analytics, influencers, ID conversation pilots, and more.

A new study recently looked into the electronic dance music scene; new research suggests that 45% of dance music fans paid for live broadcasts during the pandemic. With dance music being the third most popular musical genre in the world, around 1.5 billion people regularly listen to dance music. As the popularity of live broadcasts increased dramatically around the world during the pandemic, many of us as dance music fans have continued to enjoy and share music, to interact with others. and stay informed about various music-related shows and events. The recent “Dance Music, These Days” study further delves into the characteristics of dance music fans while highlighting changing trends following the COVID-19 pandemic.

Sharing the process and approach behind the study, COO and co-founder of Maven Road Paul Herrera shares: “Our Maven Road analysis team has combined qualitative and quantitative research methods to gain a comprehensive understanding of what characterizes Dance Music culture, both online and offline. Live broadcasts have undoubtedly become an essential aspect of dance music fan routines, as Maven Roads ‘analysis of dance music fans’ link sharing behavior on Twitter between 2019 and 2020 revealed that the content related to live broadcasts accounted for the largest increase among all types of content shared by users. (from 8% to 30%).

The research and analysis covers both online and offline behaviors from January to December 2020 to help key industry players understand how to best approach this audience. With ongoing polls of dance music fans, Maven Roads shares insight into their viewing behavior since the start of the pandemic. With over a year without shows or festivals, world-class artists such as David Guetta and Martin Garrix had to adapt to a new reality by creating highly engaging online music experiences for users to enjoy. To recreate an in-person experience, online sets continue to become more and more elaborate and visually stimulating.

Additionally, offline interviews were conducted with industry experts working at Defected Records, and a survey of over 2,000 participants from the UK, Germany, US and Mexico was completed. used to support online search results. A netnographic study was conducted of live chats and dance music subreddits to better understand how dance music fans interact and build communities within online spaces. A social media analysis (SNA) was carried out on Twitter to identify key players in the dance music scene. A separate social media analysis of dance music fans on Twitter used keywords in profile bios to find out how these fans described themselves online. According to a social network analysis (SNA) conducted of users discussing dance music users on Twitter, Maven Road found that a large subset of fans are involved in the music industry and most are involved in the music industry. identify as musicians, DJs or producers in their Twitter bio. Analysis of more than 5,000 conversations on Insomniac television, Maven Road presented some interesting information which revealed that most of the fans discussed “community building” and “personal life” which encourages connections between users. These conversations included greetings and comments on daily life, also highlighting the welcoming attitude of the community.

In addition, dance music fans have found platforms like Reddit very useful for maintaining connections with people they have previously met at events, sharing jokes, memes, trivia and videos with memories of past shows. Due to the lockdown, many users shared photos of how they created home raves and mentioned that they were inspired by the home rave rituals of other users. Users were generally more involved in the music at night than during the day during live broadcasts. They expressed their excitement by sending emojis, commenting on song lyrics as if they were singing, and encouraging others to drink and have fun. Some users also reported that they often listen to other music while keeping the chat open for “the mood”. . As a result, dance music halls emerged on online platforms during the pandemic, allowing fans to regain a sense of belonging by interacting with each other in virtual experiences.

While many of us heartily missed the live events, news from Maven Roads revealed that dance music fans were either ready to attend live events after the pandemic or unsure about it. In conclusion, there is a small chance that virtual events will replace in-person festivals and raves as the world returns to normal. Nonetheless, they will continue to be relevant to brands as they provide them with exciting new ways to experience music. While some attendees at the Tomorrowland Virtual Festival have mentioned that they would like to attend the event in person next year, other fans have said that they will continue to attend virtual events after the world reopens because they did not feel ready to attend events with large crowds. On the other hand, fans are asking for more immersive experiences. Within the virtual festival, many said that they would be interested in experiencing the event in virtual reality and would ask for the one from Tomorrowland. Sharing his point of view following the analysis, Paul Herrera states:

“With the rise and popularity of dance music in previous years, as well as the revenue generated by this industry, there are significant opportunities for brands to connect with dance music fans. . However, since this audience has an aversion to over-marketing, it requires more than traditional marketing efforts: strategies need to be thoughtful and intentional, as fans of dance music are often proud of their underground and cultural backgrounds. “

Make sure to connect with Maven Road by visiting their website here and let us know if you’ve paid for a live stream in the comments below.

Image Credit: Martin Garrix (via Maxim Kuijper), David Guetta (via Facebook)



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An Evening of Classical Dance, Music and Perfect Jugalbandi in Delhi | Events Film News https://delcuerpo.com/an-evening-of-classical-dance-music-and-perfect-jugalbandi-in-delhi-events-film-news/ Sun, 14 Nov 2021 19:30:00 +0000 https://delcuerpo.com/an-evening-of-classical-dance-music-and-perfect-jugalbandi-in-delhi-events-film-news/ A mix of soulful vocals and classical dance marked the Silver Jubilee of the Parampara series on Friday night. The annual music and dance festival also celebrates Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav this year and will feature artists and performers from across the country. The hybrid event was held at Natya Tarangini, which was created by […]]]>
A mix of soulful vocals and classical dance marked the Silver Jubilee of the Parampara series on Friday night. The annual music and dance festival also celebrates Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav this year and will feature artists and performers from across the country.

Ronu Majumdar

The hybrid event was held at Natya Tarangini, which was created by famous exhibitors Kuchipudi Raja and Radha Reddy, who also performed at the event. From disinfectants placed at the entrance to distant corporate headquarters, the amphitheater was ready to welcome its enthusiastic audience. The artistic collaboration was the focal point of this year’s festival, and one of the highlights of the evening was an exciting jugalbandi between flautist Ronu Majumdar and Kuchipudi dancer Yamini Reddy.

Yamini said: “During the pandemic we saw everyone come together and help each other. It’s our way as artists to represent the same feeling of oneness. Emphasizing the importance of a live audience to any musician or performer, Ronu Majumdar said, “We all really missed the feel of a live concert, didn’t we? Hope this is one of the many collaborations and live gigs we have. Raja Reddy explained the message the artists were trying to convey through the festival and said, “Plant seeds of love in your heart, let them grow into trees of service – trees that bloom fruits of joy and share. then this joy with everyone. ”

Yamini Reddy

Shruthi Parasa, lawyer and entrepreneur, was very happy to be in the audience. “I waited for events to come back on stage. The online experience is nothing compared to what artists can do live, ”she said. Chinmaya Iyer, a classical singer, said, “I’m an artist myself, so I know the importance of a live audience and I think offline gigs should definitely make a comeback. I think we can evolve into a space where there can be more concerts if they are organized in a controlled manner.

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