This month, the tenth edition of Con Brio will shine a light on the oft-overlooked works of history’s finest female composers. We explore the lives of these path-breaking women who, despite possessing musical genius, were hardly celebrated in their time.
ON Stage by the National Centre for Performing Arts (NCPA) Mumbai / August 2019
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Design Pataki identifies three Indian artists who manipulate the seemingly ordinary material to create extraordinary pieces of art.
Design Pataki / August 2019
What we wear is just as important as how we decorate the spaces we inhabit—much like an identity marker of sorts
Design Pataki / June 2019
The Storyteller and His Bag of Myths is Neeta Premchand's exercise in comparative mythology. Now, the SOI Chamber Orchestra and the Ishara Puppet Theatre Trust will bring her books to life, portraying the confluence of cultures and the underlying sense of
ON Stage by the NCPA Mumbai / March 2019
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With the Artie’s Festival set to return this month, we talk to the Artie’s soloists to trace the beginnings of this project and get an insight into the spectacular programming of chamber music repertoire at the 22nd edition of this biannual festival.
ON Stage by the NCPA Mumbai / November 2018
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Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar, scion of Udaipur’s House of Mewar, has more than his fair share of duties as a prince. Besides overseeing the familyrun group of heritage hotels and dedicating himself to philanthropic causes, he is the torchbearer of a legacy that
Marwar / December 2018
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Serial digital entrepreneur Alok Kejriwal has a knack for engaging people and making a business out of it. MARWAR picks the brains of the observant and forward-thinking entrepreneur.
Marwar / November 2018
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The winter calendar of this emirate comes packed with an interesting line-up of activities and events suited to all tastes. Use this guide to discover the best of the city’s goings-on during the months of December and January.
Jetwings International / December 2018
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Going to the ballet is a beloved Yuletide ritual for many. With Christmas around the corner, we bring you a guide to some of the most iconic ballets that channel the magic of the holiday season on stage.
Jetwings / December 2018
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Acclaimed British conductor Martyn Brabbins is all praise for the Symphony Orchestra of India, the receptive Indian audience and the city of Mumbai. Beverly Pereira speaks to him ahead of his second appearance with the homegrown ensemble at the NCPA, Mumb
ON Stage by the NCPA Mumbai / January 2019
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The Masquespacio design studio is a study in the use of contrary yet harmonious palettes of both - colours and materials.
India Art n Design (IAnD) / July 2018
Multi-media entertainment studio Moment Factory creates a multi-sensory experience within Montreal’s grandiose Notre-Dame Basilica using sound, light and video projection-mapping.
India Art n Design (IAnD) / October 2017
Kabir and the Silver Spoon is set in magical lands where nothing is what it seems. Brimming with liberal doses of fantasy, adventure and life lessons, the story will stay in the minds of young readers long after the book is closed.
Marwar / May 2018
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Wooden Street, India’s first online store for custom furniture, revolutionised the online furniture market within a few months of its launch in 2015. MARWAR talks to its CEO, Lokendra Singh Ranawat, to get an insight into his entrepreneurial journey.
Marwar / September 2018
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The tango has travelled far beyond Argentina and Uruguay to find a well-respected place in the classical music canon. To trace the journey of this musical genre (and dance style) is to unearth its strong links to its place and culture.
ON Stage by the National Centre for Performing Arts NCPA) Mumbai / October 2018
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Prominent Polish conductor Antoni Wit has striven to keep the Polish repertory alive throughout his illustrious career. We take a look at the achievements of the acclaimed conductor, ahead of his performances with the Symphony Orchestra of India.
ON Stage by the National Centre for Performing Arts (NCPA) Mumbai / January 2018
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Good food and beautiful beaches with a swinging nightlife and rich heritage, to boot. There aren’t many destinations that offer the prerequisites of a perfect holiday quite like Goa
Vistara / July 2018
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The COO of IndusInd Bank, Paul Abraham, has also been a lifelong collector. Today, his vast collection of objects makes up an eclectic archive called Sarmaya.
Man's World (MW Magazine) / August 2018
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Alexander Lazarev is spoken of in the same breath as some of the world’s most prestigious orchestras, including the Bolshoi Symphony Orchestra. This month, the Russian conductor will lead the SOI in a two-evening programme at the NCPA.
ON Stage by the National Centre of Performing Arts (NCPA) Mumbai / September 2018
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In 'My Encounter with the Big Cat and Other Adventures in Ranthambhore', retired forest officer Daulat Singh Shaktawat takes the reader deep into the jungles, as he revisits his trysts—including a near-death experience— with its tigers
Marwar / March 2018
/ Book Reviews
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THEVERYMANY art and architecture studio gives Mississauga an installation that is both, inspired by the region’s pine trees, and otherworldly in the emotion that it generates
India Art n Design / March 2018
In a world forever changing due to rapid urbanisation, there seems to be little or no space for traditional art forms to survive. Artist Lakhi Chand Jain took it upon himself to breathe new life into the dying Rajasthani art of Mandana painting by reinven
Marwar / March 2018
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Transition spaces hold poignant reflection as connecting links, as they silver-tongue India’s awe-inspiring historical narrative at the ongoing ‘India and the World: A History in Nine Stories’ exhibition at the CSMVS, Mumbai
India Art n Design / January 2018
Sir Karl Jenkins returns to the NCPA to lead the Symphony Orchestra of India at the Indian premiere of his exciting new composition, The Universe. The celebrated Welsh composer and conductor talks to Beverly Pereira about his genre-defying classical music
ON Stage (Monthly arts magazine by the NCPA Mumbai) / October 2017
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Auckland is more than just a quick transit destination. Block a few days in your itinerary to explore this vibrant city that teems with natural beauty, culinary delights and adventure activities.
VFS Global / November 2017
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MVRDV highlights the design process and the inevitable impact of digital creativity in an exhibition with labyrinth-like interiors in Shenzhen…
India Art n Design / December 2017
Ambika Vishwanath and Hoshner Reporter took a break from their jobs in 2015. The couple have since travelled the length and breadth of India, documenting their travels on The reDiscovery Project.
Spiceroute / June 2017
The Symphony Orchestra of India's resident conductor, Evgeny Bushkov, is going to reinvent the concert experience to make Western classical music an exciting, accessible and welcoming experience for new listeners
ON Stage by the NCPA / June 2017
The old and the new collude to reveal the essence of a Puccini classic in La Boheme Revisited, the NCPA's fourth opera production with the Symphony Orchestra of India.
ON Stage by the National Centre for Performing Arts (NCPA) Mumbai / February 2017
What do you do when you have just a few hours to discover a new city? You ditch your run-of-the-mill itinerary and let a food specialist walk you through the city’s delicacies as you soak in its cultural and historical landmarks.
Spiceroute / November 2016
Christian Louboutin, the man behind the eponymous brand of sky-high stilettos and iconic red soles, has built a shoe empire as vast as his boundless imagination. The French designer talks about his fascination with the world of cabaret, travelling to Indi
Signe (Dubai) / December 2016
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A browse through Renzo Piano's project list proves just how versatile an architect he is. From the Centre Georges Pompidou and the New York Times building, to the Shard in London and a host of museums, the Pritzker Prize-winnign architect continues to
Signé (Dubai) / May 2015
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Spoken word artist Carlos Andrés Gómez is on a mission to change the way the world views the term masculinity, one tear-jerking poem at a time
The Label / November 2014
Multi-instrumentalist Fela Kuti played a pivotal role in music and in post-colonial Nigeria's political upheaval
Jetwings / October 2014
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To listen to Amy Winehouse is to experience a sense of beauty and the bereft, evident in her lifetime and the body of work she left behind
Jetwings / September 2014
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With over 40 variants of the world's most popular refreshment—from gourmet teas to Masala Chai—Tea Trails is perfect if you want your cuppa brewed right
Taj City Guide / June 2014
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A high-end wireless speaker with a design that’s as clean as its sound
The Label / July 2014
The award-winning graphic designer on big-breasted female astronauts being a favorite cover art motif with bands and musicians continuing to struggle to make a living
Rolling Stone India / April 2013
A sleek wearable device that tracks all your movements and prompts you to stay active
The Label / September 2014