Our Artist in Residence, tabla artist Kousic Sen, highlights some of his most favourite Indian classical music tracks in the first of our new series of artist playlists.Posted in Carnatic Music (South Indian), General, Indian Arts, Music Genre, Percussion, South, Type of Instrument | Tagged Alok Nayak, interview, Kousic Sen, Liverpool, milap, playlist, videos | Leave a comment
Milapfest-Liverpool Hope University partnership announces the artists who have been selected for the Instruments India Composition Commission.Posted in Instruments, Instruments India, Sub Brands | Tagged Alok Nayak, electroacoustic music, Indian Music, Instruments India, Liverpool, Liverpool Hope University, Manuella Blackburn, Music for the Mind and Soul, sitar | 1 Comment
A new Composition commission project launched this Summer by Liverpool Hope University and Milapfest has received a total of 55 applications from all over the world.Posted in Instruments India | Tagged academic, Alok Nayak, composition, Dr Manuella Blackburn, electroacoustic music, Hope University, Indian Music, institute of indian arts, Instruments India, Liverpool, phd | Leave a comment
Music shapes every aspect of our lives, from our earliest memories, to our most momentous occasions in life. In Samyo’s upcoming concert, we want to tell you just how important music is to us, and where it makes beautiful appearances in our lives!Posted in Samyo, Sub Brands | Tagged Alok Nayak, Anil Srinivasan, Classical Music, Gaurav Mazumdar, Indian Music, Kousic Sen, London, Natonal Youth Orchestra, NYMO, Orchestra, QEH, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Samyo, sitar, Southbank Centre, Tabla, Young talent | Leave a comment
Milapfest and Liverpool Hope University presented a major outcome of their partnership work last week in an important conference presented by the Electronic Music Studies (EMS) Network at Lisbon, Portugal.Posted in Music News, News Based | Tagged Alok Nayak, Collabotayion, composition, Conference, cross-cultural collaboration, Culturgest, Dr Manuella Blackburn, Electronic Music, Lisbon, Liverpool Hope University, Milapfest, msuic, partnership | Leave a comment
“Sweat. Pain. These are our badges, Leela Akka said. So now, when we’re tired, we’re telling each other that!” The advice is timely; the participants need all the grit and collective goodwill they can muster on Day 3, the most grueling thus far.