Wednesday , 13 November 2019
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Events

Western Classical: TRIO ZADIG

Awarded 11 international prizes, the Zadig Trio captivates audiences with its virtuosity, elegance and irresistible enthusiasm. The Trio was founded in 2014 when childhood friends Boris Borgolotto & Marc Girard Garcia crossed paths with the American pianist Ian Barber. Read More »

Exhibition: SHAPE – Art for social action

SHAPE​ is an education initiative undertaken by Delhi based artist, Probir Gupta, to provide utilitarian pottery training workshops for underprivileged children. An almost self-funded project that has been ongoing for the past four years. He intends to not just equip them with skills that can help them earn a living in the future but also offer them therapeutic healing. Neuroscience explains the therapeutic impact of pottery - alleviating stress, enabling an optimistic outlook, and improving concentration and self-worth, among others. He believes these children need as much of this healing as possible for them to take on life and the challenges that will arise when they become young adults. Read More »

Ciné-Club: L’AFFAIRE SK1

Paris, 1991. The true story of Franck Magne, a young inspector starting out in the Criminal Investigation Department at 36 quai des Orfèvres, in the Crime Squad. His first case deals with the murder of a young woman. Read More »

Design X Design : tête-à-tête

DesignxDesign tête-à-tête involves a conversation based exchange of ideas on a vital subject between a guest speaker and discussants. Conducted as and when possible it may or may not be preceded by an organised presentation. Read More »

Duo Cziffra – A four hand piano concert

The CZIFFRA duo with four hands and solo piano is composed of two concert pianists, Ludmilla Guilmault and Jean-Nöel Dubois. The duo performs in various recitals around the world, and is the Gold medal winner of the Cziffra foundation. Read More »

Cine club – L’oeil du cyclone

In an African country, a young attorney is asked to defend a dangerous rebel accused of war crimes. While her instinct drives her to refuse, she will do all she can to save him in the name of an ideal of justice, even to the point of endangering her career and her life. But can we really save a former child-soldier? Read More »