Seher hosts curtain raiser for 2nd Udaipur World Music Festival at Taj Palace Delhi
The curtain raiser to the second edition of Udaipur World Music Festival was hosted at Taj Palace, Delhi on 31st January, 2017. The festival has been conceptualized and produced by Seher and presented by Hindustan Zinc in association with Wonder Cement.
Udaipur World Music festival is best described by grandeur and music with soul. The festival promises more zing and fervor where 150 artists from over 16 countries including United Kingdom, Italy, South Africa, Senegal, Canada, Armenia, Turkey, Macedonia, Mozambique, Norway, Iran, Cuba, Switzerland and India among other nations will be performing at multiple venues across the city of Udaipur.
The event celebrated a special performance by Manta Sidhu, a compelling singer and song writer, this curtain raiser celebrated versatile musical elements merging in a carefree environment, yet standing vulnerable in all their rawness.
The event was attended by Sanjeev Bhargava Festival Director , Malvika Singh and Tejbir Singh,French video artist Xavier De Richemont, Mr Bertrand De Hartingh and LAN De Hartingh Head of Culture Country in charge of. Bonjour India,Beatriz Fernandez de Molina of Spanish Embassy in Delhi, Zubin Songadawala among many others.
The festival will enthral all music lovers on 10- 12 February, 2017.
“The curtain raiser at the Taj Palace was for the music connoisseurs who were introduced to the raw and carefree melodies by Manta Sidhu. A window into the world of UWMF 2017, the Prelude was a glimpse into the high energy and hypnotising performance for the music lovers, a kaleidoscope into the heart rendering, trance like world that UWMF weaves”, said Festival Director Sanjeev Bhargava.
The Udaipur World Music Festival in 2017 will feature 150 artists from over 16 countries including United Kingdom, Italy, South Africa, Senegal, Canada, Armenia, Turkey, Macedonia, Mozambique, Norway, Iran, Cuba, Switzerland and India among other nations to multiple venues across the city of Udaipur. The line-up is an interesting mix of celebrated and rare artists- some performing in India for the first time like London Community Gospel Choir, Niyaz featuring Nizam Ali, and more.
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