Category: Interviews

Interview with Festival Director Philip Rolfe

Sydney is today a melting pot of cultures, languages, traditions and Parramatta is no different. Three years of Parramasala has provided focus to the diaspora of  South Asian cultures that inhabit the Parramatta region, especially from the Indian subcontinent. The Festival…

TN Krishnan – A Class Act

Musicians like him are different. They don’t rely on showmanship infact shy away from it. They don’t have Facebook and My Space accounts. They do not need to or feel the compulsion to produce something new other than music which…

First Day of Sydney Music Festival

Unexpected fine weather welcomed the array of international musicians here in Sydney today. The first day of the Festival commenced with cheer. The  C3 Church Auditorium in Silverwater great acoustic surroundings added to the experience. The Festival commenced with a…

A Moving Experiment

Annalouise Paul is a pioneering dancer and choreographer who has danced for Michael Jackson, Antonio Vargas Co., Simply Red, Los Angeles Opera, Sydney Festival and Australian Dance Awards at the Sydney Opera House. She was assistant choreographer on ‘True Lies’…

Sudha Raghunathan the Secret At Last

Padmasree Sudha Raghunathan, the voice of South Indian Music for over a decade or more has survived the years and still maintains the quality in her voice, her performance and her charming persona on stage. Off stage she is just…