Come one, come all

The Symphony Orchestra of India’s resident conductor, Evgeny Bushkov, is going to reinvent the concert experience to make Western classical music an exciting, accessible and welcoming experience for new listeners

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*This piece was first published in the June 2017 issue of ON Stage, the National Centre for Performing Arts (NCPA) monthly magazine.

 

6 Great Indian Food Walks

What do you do when you have just a few hours to discover a new city? You ditch your run-of-the-mill itinerary and let a food specialist walk you through the city’s delicacies as you soak in its cultural and historical landmarks. 

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* Published in the November 2016 issue of Spiceroute, the inflight travel magazine of Spice Jet airlines

In the Bohemian District

The old and the new collude to reveal the essence of a Puccini classic in La Boheme Revisited, the NCPA’s fourth opera production with the Symphony Orchestra of India

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*This piece was first published in the February 2017 issue of ON Stage, the monthly magazine of the NCPA Mumbai.

A walking legend

The 180 Moccasin by J.M. Weston, a favourite with luminaries across generations, is the embodiment of timelessness. Now, the French heritage shoemaker pays tribute to this iconic loafer with the launch of the Le Moc Weston, a key footwear style for the summer that builds on its famous predecessor.

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48 Hours in Bangkok

When in Bangkok, there’s never a shortage of culture, food, shopping and relaxation. If you’re planning a whirlwind trip to the city, use this guide to experience a heady mix of its offerings in a whole new light.

This piece was originally published in Spiceroute, August 2016

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Heart and Sole

Christian Louboutin, the man behind the eponymous brand of sky-high stilettos and iconic red soles, has built a shoe empire as vast as his boundless imagination. The French designer talks about his fascination with the world of cabaret, travelling to India and Egypt, and the psychology behind footwear.

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 Originally published in the December 2016 issue of Signe (Dubai)