On the last weekend of March, the queen of suburbs was treated to two joyous evenings of music and dance as the National Centre for the Performing Arts took its initiative, [email protected], to the Bandra Fort Amphitheatre. After the tremendous success of the first edition at the Cooperage Bandstand, the NCPA, in association with the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), announced the second edition of the initiative that aims to celebrate the return of live performances and performing arts in the city and welcome art enthusiasts back to theatres. The event, which was open to all, featured an exciting blend of live performances across Indian, Western classical and popular, jazz, R&B and neo soul music, and folk dance forms. Here’s a glimpse of what unfolded.
This piece was originally published by the National Centre for the Performing Arts, Mumbai, in the May 2022 issue of ON Stage – their monthly arts magazine.
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