Bollywood comes to the Sydney Opera House for Confluence Festival of IndiaA free Bollywood workshop will be held in front of the Sydney Opera House as part of the Confluence Festival of India.
Sonam Kalra and Si Mullumby – Afternoons – ABC RadioCelebrated Indian musician Sonam Kalra of Sonam Kalra and the Sufi Gospel Project joined Alex Sloan in the 666 studios today with Australian didgeridoo player Si Mullumby. Sonam is here as part of Confluence and performs tonight at the National Gallery of Australia.
Confluence: Festival of India in Australia – Department of Foreign Affairs and TradeThis festival takes place from September to November, showcasing rich and diverse dance, music, theatre and visual arts from India.
Sonam Kalra: Unifying many voices of faith – In Person – Australia PlusDelhi-based singer Sonam Kalra draws inspiration from Indian and Western music traditions for the Sufi Gospel Project.Sonam Kalra: Unifying many voices of faith - In Person - Australia Plus.
Tragedy and transcendence: Sonam Kalra and the Sufi Gospel Project – The Rhythm Divine – ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)In a life marked by grief and tested faith, Sonam Kalra chooses to rise above racial and religious divides.
Indian and Australian artistes collaborate for Sydney show – NATIONAL – The Hindu<What does a didgeridoo, tabla and opera music have in common? Not much. But these sounds reverberated through the iconic Sydney Opera House on Sunday as Indian and Australian artistes caIndian and Australian artistes collaborate for Sydney show - NATIONAL - The Hindu
Raghu Dixit: Bringing music in my mother tongue to Australian stages – In Person – Australia PlusRaghu Dixit is a former microbiologist and classically trained bharatanatyam dancer who's bringing his mother tongue, Kannada, to stages all around the world.
Confluence a Festival of India in Australia | About the ABCThe ABC's partnership with the Indian Ministry of Culture and the Indian Council for Cultural Relations is a very exciting development for us as we broadcast Confluence- a Festival of India in Australia for our audiences.Confluence a Festival of India in Australia | About the ABC
Confluence Festival of India announces full event program for Sydney dates Arts on the AUDiscover the best in the arts on Australia
Oh! what a confluence of dance, theatre, music and the sounds of pung | The Indian Down UnderDid we achieve the confluence of two cultures India and Australia as this Festival of India showcases the best of Indian culture through classical performances, theatre.
“It’s a way of life”: Inside India’s village of danceA community celebrating an ancient Indian dance form has won international acclaim.
Pung Cholom: There’s nothing solemn about this explosive dance | SBS LifeThis Indian folk dance is a mix of acrobatics and martial arts - and not for the faint-heartened.
India Festival Stories – Raghu Dixit : ABC iviewRenowned as India's biggest musical export, Raghu Dixit's brand of upbeat music transcends age, genre, and even language. It's strongly rooted in Indian traditions
The Mix – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)Indigenous artist Jonathan Jones re-imagines Sydney's Botanic Gardens, The Drover's Wife gets a vital new theatrical treatment, documentaries about the Beatles and Nick Cave up for discussion at the pub and meet Raghu Dixit, India's hottest musical export.The Mix - The Mix - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
Sonam Kalra: Unifying many voices of faith – In Person – Australia PlusDelhi-based singer Sonam Kalra draws inspiration from Indian and Western music traditions for the Sufi Gospel Project.
‘Nothing unites better than music’: ancient cultures collide on Australian stages | SBS NewsThe ancient sitar instrument originally crossed cultural boundaries when it was used by The Beatles during the 1960s. Now, it's hoped the instrument will again bring cultures and countries together, as part of an Indian exhibition featuring sitar soloist Shubhendra Rao. For the past 35 years, Mr Rao has been sharing the traditional string instrument with the world. He learned the craft from famed Indian musician, Ravi Shankar, who collaborated with many big names including The Beatles.