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Venue: Stage 2, Mehboob Studios
Tickets: INR 250
Playing for Change LIVE (Screening)
The global music collective Playing For Change presents their first-ever live recording; featuring performances from their highly successful 2009 world tour! Guest performers on this project include Ziggy Marley & Toots Hibbert.
8:30 pm : Rachel Varghese
Rachel’s music is an amalgamation of all her musical influences & life experiences. She began to write her own music about 2 years ago.
Her two very good and extremely talented friends Yohan Marshall on percussion, guitar & vocals and Samir Karnink on guitar form the rest of her band and have helped her tremendously in finding her sound. Driven by raw emotion, soul and passion for music she hopes all who listen to her music can find a way to make it their own!
9:15 pm: Vivek Rajagopalan (Carnatic, electronica, world)
Combining Carnatic, Hindustani, Jazz, Folk, Electronic and Drum-n-Bass, Vivek Rajagopalan’s music creates rippling sound scapes that are edgy as much as international; and if world music today is a melting pot of cultures & genres, then Vivek's music is a drop of spicy red curry in the concoction.
10:15 pm: Vivienne Pocha feat. Ashu (soul, funk & pop)
Vivienne Pocha, the indisputable Diva of the Indian music scene is all set to debut her new album, ‘Inside My Head’. The collaboration between a fantastic singer and an amazing songwriter, Ashu Phatak, the album was completed in just 3 short weeks! Written and produced by Ashu, 'Inside My Head' takes you on a tour of Vivienne’s life as she transforms herself from a vocalist to an artist. The show also features a star studded line-up of musicians: Adrian D'souza, Ashu Phatak, Kenny Rebello, Ramon Ibrahim and Vinay Lobo
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