Catch a glimpse of the vocals competition organised by IIT Madras Music Club as part of a week long series of events to celebrate 70th Independence Day. Students from all years sung patriotic songs in various languages.
“What happened was that I took a piece of wood, cut it out and went to the workshop superintendent and told him, “I want to make a guitar”, and he seemed thrilled with the idea. He first asked me to go and make a drawing!
So I went back to my room, made a 3-D drawing and took it back to him. He was very impressed, and gave me full access to the workshop. All the guys there helped me in crafting it. I did it, but they were the ones who helped me with using the machines, cutting it and sanding it.”
Ananth talks to some members of BeatX and the IITM Reunion band, and how their reunion concert at the recently concluded Mardi Gras came about.
T5E talks to the Music Club convenors about their plans for the coming year.
A living legend. A father-son duo. An heir to an old tradition. And an acknowledged maestro. Our report of Day 6 of SPIC MACAY InterCon.
T5E brings you video interview with some of the artists who are handling the crafts intensives. Plus reviews of the Day 5 concerts.
Highlights of Day 4: The Warsi brothers’ intoxicating Qawwali. An award-winning film. Changed schedules. An accomplished Bharatanatyam performance. And a delightful Hindustani concert.
Highlights from Day 3 of the SPIC MACAY International Convention.
Highlights of a thunderous Day Two of the Second SPIC MACAY International Convention being held at IITM.
As part of the World Heritage Series, a Western Classical Opera was hosted on 12th September.An Opera was held for the first time in campus, performed by internationally acclaimed Norwegian opera singers who were touring India, from September 3rd to 14th.
By Samvita Kalyan Professor T. T. Narendran greets me with a warm smile as I walk into his office at DoMS. He hands me