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November 2018 / 3

Music with post-modern dimensions

What's up at the Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan Bangalore!

You are reading our regular update on cultural events/projects/activities. This Newsletter serves, in the main, as a personal invitation-cum-reminder about current events. Feedback on this or any aspect of our programme is always welcome! 


IND-Computer Music

© The Indian Sonic Research Organisation

Saturday November 24, 2018, 6.00 p.m. onwards @ The Courtyard, Double Road

Indo-Nippon-Deutsch Computer Music

A rare combination indeed - India, Germany and Japan meeting in an exciting sound arena! Yet another bangaloREsidency showcase of artists that have made Bangalore a vibrant centre for experimental and electronic music.

Indo-Nippon-Deutsch Computer Music is presented by bangaloREsidency host The I.S.R.O , featuring the following artists from Germany, India and Japan:

Carlos Andrés Rico - current bangaloREsident@Maraa, Bangalore
Hemant Sk - next bangaloREsident-Expanded@Experimental Radio, Munich
The I.S.R.O - bangaloREsidency host
Shun Owada

Entry: A steal at Rs. 300!
Niels Klein Tubes & Wires

Photo: © Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan

Monday November 26, 2018, 8.00 P.M. @ blueFROG, Church Street

Niels Klein Tubes & Wires

Update: Niels Klein Tubes & Wires wowed audiences in Mumbai and Pune and are on their way to Namma Bengaluru with a pit stop in Chennai.

Note: "There hasn’t been such a crazy jazz recording with clarinet for a very long time."
You don't want to miss it - book today!

Presented LIVE in Bangalore in association with blueFROG.
Entry: Rs. 500 cover.

Call for Applications

Media Ambassadors India-Germany

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Media Ambassadors India-Germany

An Indo-German exchange programme in 2019 for experienced journalists.

Indian journalists are invited to travel to Germany as Media Ambassadors in a work-study modus from June to August 2019. German journalists will do the same in a reciprocal initiative.The programme aims to help journalists from both nations gain a better understanding of the other country as well as their media.

Application deadline for Indian journalists is November 30, 2018.

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