Let the music play
Pepper your weekend with some Jazz, Trance or groovy dance music as Akshata Shetty picks the three must-attend events for the weekendPepper your weekend with some Jazz, Trance or groovy dance music as Akshata Shetty picks the three must-attend events for the weekend
Dance all night!
DJ Ivan will take centre stage to spin the best from the world of music. Slip in your dancing shoes, ask for your favourite poison and wear the Friday night look as you dance your way into the weekend.
He is one of Bangalore's foremost DJs, and one of the pioneers of contemporary music. Ivan's versatility across various music genres and his originality sets him apart from the rest.
On November 25, 8 pm onwards
At Kue Bar, Koregaon Park.
An evening of Jazz
To pay tribute to Indian music and culture as part of the Germany and India 2011-2012: Infinite Opportunities, BuJazzO will be performing live in the city. With over 400 concerts, 15 international tours and numerous broadcast recordings to their credit, the band is all geared up to give the city a taste of their music.
The 40-member band will collaborate with leading exponents of South Indian music such as RA Ramamani, TAS Mani, Karthik Mani and Ramesh Shotham. The programme will include compositions by Ramamani, Louis Banks and Charlie Mariano. It is open to the public and free of cost.
On November 25, 7 pm onwards
At Ishanya Amphitheatre, opposite Golf Course, off Airport Road, Yerwada.
Transit to Trance
Get ready to trip on some eclectic grooves dished out by Switzerland-based DJ / producer Sean Tyas. A leading light in European Trance, he will be performing live in the city, this Sunday.
Having cut out his teeth in the highly competitive production arena to create countless hit tracks, remixes and bootlegs, Sean brings to the dance floor a mix of driving groove and cutting edge production techniques.
On November 27
At Stone Water Grill, Koregaon Park.
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