Chennai to host second annual EarthSync festivalFebruary 4th, 2008 - 5:44 pm ICT by admin
Chennai, Feb 4 (ANI/Business Wire India): EarthSync, a Chennai-based world music record label, today announced their second annual festival scheduled for February 17 at Sir Muthu Venkatasubba Rao Concert Hall, Chetpet.
This year the concert will witness over 20 performers celebrating musical and cultural unity in all its rich diversity.
The festival will commence at 7:00 pm with a spell binding performance by musicians and dancers, in a truly universal celebration of music and dance.
The concert spread over two and a half hours will be a musical and visual journey through spiritual, Indian classical, devotional, middle-eastern, western and electronic music forms. In addition, there will also be video art, as well as a stills show of musicians from Asian countries at the venue.
Tickets of denominations Rs 300 / 200 will be available from February 6 at all leading outlets including Landmark, Odyssey, Anokhi and EarthSync.
At the EarthSync Festival, musicians interact with each other beyond music disciplines and cultural boundaries.
Nurturing roots music the concert will be a fusion of Buddhist chants, folk music, Sufi shrine singing, Carnatic sounds, traditional instruments and an electronic mix.
In December 2006, The EarthSync Festival in Chennai received an overwhelming response, featuring 25 musicians from different cultures and countries coming together in a musical celebration. (ANI)
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