For Garvit Narula, Also Known As Polymancer, Formless Bundles is all about emotions and letting go in a relationship.
Kiki Bello, the Electric Harpist opens up to Opening Doorz about her name change, and the reaction from her parents and fans. She was once Enki Bello.
Lisha Gomes meets David Cavale, the Goliath Musician from Don Bosco High School, Matunga, and is impressed with the lad who now wants to pursue Science!
A week after the The R D Burman Era Concert was relayed ‘live’ via Mumbai, accolades continue to pour in for the musicians and Utsav Sacramento.
Kishore Sodha, who started with Muqaddar Ka Sikander, in conversation with Opening Doorz as he readies for the ‘Live’ R D Burman Era Concert.
On Sunday, October 18, UTSAV Sacramento will be conducting a ‘Live’ online concert from the R D Burman studios in Mumbai, India.
Shayan Italia with his Jennifer Rush rendition of The Power of Love sung by Delraaz Bunshah and the Global Lockdown Choir is touching a chord all across.
The recently-concluded ‘Control ALT Delete’ which people described as a “chill and comfortable vibe” Music Festival had music that ranged from slow tempo music to rap to hardcore metal to electronic music.
Control Alt Delete is India’s biggest crowd-funded Music Festival. The 12th Edition of this two-day Music Festival begins tomorrow.
Neil Nayyar is just 13-years-old and has already performed on 107 musical instruments. Opening Doorz to the shy lad from California, US, who is also into Kung Fu and singing.
Enki Bello is now Kiki Bello, a stage name she has adapted to recently. Commenting on the shift from Enki to Kiki, the Columbian Harpist par excellence assures us that her official name is still Enki Bello.
Initially, I just kind of played for fun. Around age nine I got more structured in my practice and today I practice two hours every day. This is apart from my band rehearsals and rehearsals for concerts.
My parents are the coolest parents in the world. They never forced me to do anything. They introduced me to different things; they showed me different musical instruments, but it was my own choice to get into music.
Opening Doorz to Zyra Nargolwala a Grade X student of B D Somani School, Mumbai, for a peek into her world of singing.