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Radio.Indian Link

My mum can sing – a look at Indian Link Radio’s Mother’s Day contest

Sydney’s Arvinder Kaur Makkar debated with herself for two whole days before making the call. Ultimately, she gathered courage to pick up the phone, and dialled in to an Indian Link Radio show, to...

That old but new feeling

Some of the most profound aspects of India’s ancient culture get a modern treatment in the works of Mohit Pandit and his Melbourne-based band Melody Theatre

A life devoted to the arts

Nawal Moudgil’s arts institute is set to mark its 25th anniversary this year

Regarlanding the body

Raina Peterson and Govind Pillai present a joyous, sensuous, and vulnerable celebration of the non-binary, ungendered, uncolonised body

The business of music

Melbourne entrepreneur Harish Rao takes on new role – in music

Young violinist to perform with Australian World Orchestra in India

Sagar Nagaraj has been invited to perform in India this month as part of the prestigious Australian World Orchestra (AWO), writes USHA RAMANUJAM ARVIND

How classical guitarist Alan Posselt became a sitarist

Alan Posselt talks about discovering a 'strange instrument' that forever changed the trajectory of his musical career

‘Indie music losing out to film industry in India’

“It is about time the music scene changed in India.” India’s Grammy winning violinist Manoj George ditches his characteristic gentle, soft-spoken demeanour for a moment, and allows his passion to come forth. “There are umpteen independent...
ARIA.Indian Link

Badshah mood: ARIA red carpet

KASHIF HARRISON is dusting stardust off his (shiny) jacket after his debut reporting gig at the ARIAs red carpet

AR Rahman in concert

KASHIF HARRISON is at first underwhelmed, then overwhelmed, by the music icon who has long inspired him.