In the last four-and-a-half years that Aalaap, as an initiative has been around, our attempt has been to find for itself unique, one-of-a-kind purposes and possibilities to engage with the arts and the artistes. What began as a commentary-based magazine has grown into a full-fledged company that works with Indian performing artistes, specifically those in the classical world, on aspects like design, content, curation, events, promotions, et al.
The Qs is a brand new initiative of Aalaap, yet another editorial dimension of Aalaap's eclectic personality. Inspired by the idea of straight talking with artistes across genres music, dance, theatre and cinema - The Qs is an attempt to record and transcribe the words of artistes, as they say it, allowing us, readers, to discover a dimension of themselves on aspects of the arts, and of life.
The core of The Qs is its honesty; its style is a simple, unfussy minimalism that allows anyone and everyone read an interview without necessarily knowing the arts or the artiste in context. Our intent is to ask interesting questions that allow artistes to think, have a little laugh, reflect, and reveal ideas and things that in turn, make us think, and respond.
We are happy to add The Qs to our life; we hope you will make The Qs your habit!
Four rappers from Rajasthan’s Jodhpur are offering a different perspective of their hometown. The song celebrates the blue city and even touches some of its eating delights.Read the whole article here.
Rockin’1000 perform live for the first time Nirvana’s 1990s’ anthem “Smells like Teen Spirit” during That’s Live, the biggest Rock band on Earth, in Cesena.Read the whole article here.
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