Sruti Magazine

Sruti Magazine
     Sruti is India's leading monthly devoted to Indian classical music and dance and theatre. The target audience of Sruti comprises several groups. These include lay music and lay dance enthusiasts, connoisseurs, musicians, dancers, teachers, scholars and students of the fine arts, institutions and organisations active in the field and officials of Government agencies concerned with the arts.
     
     Featuring Carnatic music doyenne D K Pattammal and child prodigy Mandolin U Srinivas on its inaugural cover in October 1983, the magazine created quite a stir in artistic circles. It was without a parallel in English magazines then—or perhaps even now. That cover page spoke volumes about the magazine's twin objectives of preserving tradition and encouraging innovation, something Sruti has assiduously pursued ever since. Many customs that have today come to be recognised as established best practices in the performing arts especially in south India have been the result of Sruti's systematic campaigns in favour of good taste, decorum and performance excellence. Among its early triumphs was the restoration of the importance of ragam-tanam-pallavi, which had become conspicuous by its absence on the concert platform.
     
     For over two decades, Sruti has constantly practised what it preaches—adherence to high standards of authenticity, objectivity, sophisticated writing based on thorough research, and a healthy respect for individuals and institutions, balanced by an equally healthy irreverence towards holy cows. Sruti is not an academic journal, even though it carries scholarly and technical articles from time to time.
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The Sruti Foundation,
9 Cathedral Road,
Chennai - 600 086. India.

Tel: +91 44 2812 8070-71-72-73-74-75,
Fax: +91 44 2811 1902

Email : info@sruti.com, sruti.magazine@gmail.com

Vismayam :: Newsletter from Magic Academy

Vismayam :: Newsletter from Magic Academy
     Vismayam Magical News is the mouthpiece of the Magic Academy. VMN is the newspaper of the Indian magicdom that serves update information on activities of the Magic Academy and its native magicians. It is the first and only registered newsletter that is regularly published and distributed to over five thousand Indian and foreign magicians. To get this monthly or to get your news published in it, please write to: magiceditor@gmail.com
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Magic Academy
Poojappura, Thiruvananthapuram 695012
Kerala, INDIA
Phone :: 0471 2358910
Fax :: 0471 2355920
Email ::magicacademyindia@gmail.com
Website ::www.muthukadu.com

Keli Magazine

Keli Magazine
     Keli has been the flagship publication of the Akademi since 1963. Research articles, studies and essays on music, dance, theatre and folk arts are its regular features. Originally launched as a tri-monthly, it soon became a monthly. Nowadays, it is brought out as a bi-monthly. The secretary of the Akademi is the editor of Keli. The first editor of the publication was Shri M R Bhattathiripad (MRB), prominent social reformer and acclaimed playwright.Keli has undergone sea-changes since the present administration of the Akademi assumed office in 2006. Plurality of topics, innovative perceptions and new approaches has transformed it into a reference journal presently. Also it provides authentic and updated information about art and culture. Worth mentioning is the centre-spread of each issue that showcases color pictures of distinguished artistes that could be a precious collection for any art lover.
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The Secratery,
Chembukkavu,
Kerala Sangeetha Nataka Academy,
Thrissur 680 020,
Kerala,

Secretary: +91 – 9495 982 420,
Office: +91 – 487 – 233 2548,

Email:ksnakademi@gmail.com, kesanatcr@bsnl.in
Chairman:soorya.india@gmail.com
Secretary:pvknair2005@yahoo.com

Sreerekha :: Monthly newsletter from Vyloppilly Samskrithi Bhavan

Sreerekha :: Monthly newsletter from Vyloppilly Samskrithi Bhavan
     Sreerekha releases the detailed schedule of weekly and monthly programs of Vyloppilly Samskrithi Bhavan. Every Saturday Vyloppilly Samskrithi Bhavan conducts various cultural programmes with a view to promote the artists and artforms of Kerala. Press Releases are issued state wide through the Information & Public Relations Department inviting applications from applicants/cultural institutions for including their programme/performance in the weekly programme schedule. Interested applicants can submit the application to the Member Secretary Vyloppilly Samskrithi Bhavan. After detailed scrutiny, the item will be included in the weekly schedule according to the merit and application seniority. In addition to the weekly programme, the following monthly programmes are also conducted.
     
      Kavyasandya (Poetry Eve)
      Kadhavela
      Mukulangal
      Samata
      Karanavakuttam
      Mudra Festival
     
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Member Secretary
Vailoppilly Samskriti Bhavan Multi Purpose Cultural Complex,
Department of Culture, Government of Kerala
Thiruvananthapuram
Kerala, India
Phone :: 0471 2311842, 0471 2319127 (O), 0471 2394737 (H)
E-mail ::directormpcc@gmail.com
Website ::www.mpcc.kerala.gov.in

Naada Vichaaram :: Bi-monthly malayalam magazine for classical arts

Naada Vichaaram :: Bi-monthly malayalam magazine for classical arts
     Agni Cultural Academy promotes Classical Music and Artistes and also spreads awareness on how to appreciate music. Agni's new venture:- "Naada Vichaaram" a Bi-monthly malayalam magazine for classical arts.
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Agni Cultural Academy,
The Landmark Auditorium Building,
Annamanada.P.O,
Thrissur District,
Kerala, India,
PIN- 680741

Tel: +91 480 2773780
Mob: +91 99464 41958

Email: info@agniacademy.com

Avantika “The Performing Arts Magazine”

Avantika "The Performing Arts Magazine"
     Avantika A presentation of Indo Occidental Symbiosis brings the world of performing arts to your home. The finest Tradition of classical music, the most exotic of dance forms, and the most creative of theatre offered to you in all their splendour every month.
     
     Avantika is a premium Performing Arts magazine with a special focus on Indian Classical Music and Dance. It is the only Performing Arts magazine from IOS group catering to a niche audience with SEC A+ as our target group. 
      
     This one-stop Performing Arts magazine comprising the must-see, must-dos and must-knows of high society is your platform to reach out to your potential customers and in the right ambience.
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Avantika Magazine,
IOS (Indo Occidental Symbiosis),
37A, Southern Avenue, 1st Floor, Kolkata 700029

Phone | +91-33-24198049 / 50
E-mail | vcpr@avantikamagazine.com
Website | avantikamagazine.com

Nartanam, a quarterly journal on Indian dance

Nartanam, a quarterly journal on Indian dance
     Nartanam, a quarterly journal on Indian dance, bharatanatyam, Hindustani dance, kuchipudi, kathak, kathakali, manipuri, mohininattam, odissi, sattriya, theatre & other Indian performing arts. N
     
     Natanam, Published as a quarterly by the kuchipudi kala kendra, mumbai, provides a forum for scholarly dialogue on a borad range of topics concerning indian dance. Its concerns are theoretical as well as performative. Textual studies, dance criticism, intellectual and interpretative history of indian dance traditions are its focus. It publishes performance reviews which cover all major events in the field of classical dance in india and notes and comments on dance studies and performance abroad.
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Madhavi Puranam
508, Dwarakamai Apartments,
Yellareddyguda, Sri Nagar Colony Post,
Hyderabad - 500073,
Andhra Pradesh, INDIA.

Phone: 9989314829(M)
040-23756384
Email: mpuranam@yahoo.com

Aalaap :: Bi-monthly performing arts magazine

Aalaap :: Bi-monthly performing arts magazine
     Aalaap is an initiative in the field of performing arts. It collaborates with artistes, aiding them in aspects of production, promotion, curation, etc.
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Aalaap,
Chennai,
Tamil Nadu.

Phone 

098410 85692
098407 92782