The Indian Council for Cultural Relations is hosting the International Flute Festival in the city where you can watch two Belgian artistes perform live
Music aficionados can head to the International Flute Festival being organised by The Indian Council for Cultural Relations. It will feature performances by flute artistes Fabrice Alleman and Manuel Hermia from Belgium. They will be performing individually as well as together.
Belgian flute players Manuel Hermia
Hermia is an improviser, composer and explorer of music from around the world and is fond of both the saxophone and the flute. He states, “This is the first time that I will be playing the saxophone in the city. I have learned Indian ragas and like to experiment a lot with Indian and Western music. I try to find new ways to mix the two music types.”
Fabrice Alleman will perform at the concert
Alleman is a key Jazz musician on the Belgian and international scene. He is also behind personal projects: Fabrice Alleman Quartet, Fabrice Alleman and Strings, etc. He shares his excitement at performing in the city. “Punekaris know a lot about Classical music. I will be performing as per their liking,” he concludes.
On: August 24, 6 pm onwards
At: Phoenix Marketcity, Nagar Road, Viman Nagar.
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