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Unite people, through music

The Museum of Art and Photography (MAP) Bangalore, one of India’s leading private museums, in collaboration with the Berklee College of Music in Boston, is presenting Art is Life: SoundFrames, a three-day digital festival from December 3 to 5.

Art is Life: SoundFrames celebrates music and its power to bring people together. The three-day digital program will feature more than 25 music-inspired events, including concerts, performances, panel discussions, film talks, educational workshops and exhibitions.

The festival will feature over 65 performers from across India and the world, including Grammy-winning SubraMania’s Ambi and Bindu Subramaniam Ricky kej, musical talents of IndianRaga, a cappella group Penn masala, Young Hindustani maestro Pandit Sanjeev Abhyankar and the Durbari Qawwals by Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya Dargah.

Highlights of MAP’s collaboration with Berklee College of Music include unreleased concerts by renowned artists including Berklee Indian Ensemble and Women of the World, a collective of innovative musicians from around the world. The two institutions have also collaborated on Sounds of the City: a public sound engagement where composers and producers make music inspired by the sounds of cities across India (Mumbai, Bengaluru, Calcutta and Delhi).

the a cappella group Penn Masala will perform at this festival

Kamini sawhney, director of the Museum of Art & Photography (MAP) said: “MAP believes that music as an art form is a powerful means of bringing people together across cultures and languages. The event is packed with a diverse lineup with something for everyone whether you’re eight or 80.

To register: www.artislife.events


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