The first interactive music festival in Central India is being organised in Nagpur by AlagAngle Community Art Centre, Baithak Nagpur where workshops, discussions, and performances will all take place under one roof.
Indian classical Baithak or rock jam sessions take place at Baithak Nagpur, a gathering spot for musicians. Each Sunday, Baithak organises its sessions at the Alagangle Community Art Centre.
The goal of the India Music Fest workshop is to support independent and contemporary musicians. The two-day event will take place on January 14 and 15, 2023. At Makersadda, Alagangle community art centre, Hajaripahad, Nagpur.
Songwriting, live looping, music production, and listening to performers discuss Hindustani classical music, Sufi music, instrument making, and other topics are all covered in the workshops.
Vasuda Sharma (live looping artist), Karthik Sekaran (vocalist and music producer), Samruddha R.K. (music composer, producer, and vocalist), Avanti Patel (Hindustani classical vocalist, playback singer), Kavish Seth (singer, songwriter, and poet), and Gaurav Chati (playback singer and multi-genre vocalist) are the guest artists who will interact and share their success secrets and journey from conception to the present.
The workshop’s registration process has already begun. Visit www.baithaknagpur.com to register.