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World Music Festival

The Udaipur World Music Festival is a cultural event held at Udaipur city in the state of Rajasthan. In this event, artists from around the globe joins to give a variety of performances. The World Music Festival is scheduled to be an annual event, conducted every year in February. The festival features live performances by international artists.[1] Till date, two editions has been conceptualized, the first was held on 13–14 February 2016, the second edition was held from 10–12 February 2017.

Udaipur World Music Festival
Native name Udaipur World Music Festival
Date February 13–14, 2016 (2016-02-13 – 2016-02-14)
Venue Fateh Sagar, Railway Training Institute Ground
Location Udaipur
Coordinates 24°36′19″N 73°40′44″E / 24.6051541°N 73.6787729°E / 24.6051541; 73.6787729Coordinates: 24°36′19″N 73°40′44″E / 24.6051541°N 73.6787729°E / 24.6051541; 73.6787729
Organised by SEHER, Hindustan Zinc, Wonder Cement, Rajasthan Tourism
Website http://www.udaipurworldmusicfestival.com

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GeneralEdit

The first version of India's World Music Festival is conceptualized by Sanjeev Bhargava, produced by SEHER and presented by Hindustan Zinc in association with Wonder Cement and Rajasthan Tourism. The cultural organisation SEHER will be responsible for conceptualising and carrying out the event.[2]

First EditionEdit

The first edition of India’s first World Music Festival was held on 13 February 2016. It included global artists and ensembles from more than 12 countries, including Spain, Ghana, Venezuela, Italy, France as well as India.[3] Featured artists joining the event include French composer Mathias Duplessy, Rajasthani vocalist Mukhtiyar Ali, Grammy-award-winning singer Dobet Gnahoré, Sonam Kalra, the Sufi Gospel Project, the Raghu Dixit Project and many more.[4]

Featured performersEdit

Performers at the festival have included:

ScheduleEdit

As per official information, schedule will be as follows:[5]

13 February 2016Edit

Venue: Fateh Sagar Paal

Afternoon (2pm - 5pm) Instrumental Quint by

Fado by

Spanish Guitar by

Evening (6pm - 10pm) Venue: Railway Training Institute Ground

Flamenco Music & Dance by

  • JUANMA ZURANO & TAMARA. PASO A DOS

African Beat Music by

Fusion Rock Band by

  • THE RAGHU DIXIT PROJECT

14 February 2016Edit

Venue: Fateh Sagar Paal Afternoon (2pm - 5pm)

Fusion of Sufi & Gospel Music by

  • SONAM KALRA & THE SUFI GOSPEL PROJECT

Moroccan Saharian Soul by

  • OUM

Fusion of Sufi & French Music by

Evening (6pm - 10pm)

Venue:Railway Training Institute Ground

Jazz Fusion by

  • ITALY MEETS INDIA

Afro Beat Venezuelan Cumbia by

  • FAMILY ATLANTICA

Fusion Rock Band by

  • PAPON AND THE EAST INDIA COMPANY

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Udaipur World Music Festival". Tourism-of-india.com. Indian Holiday Pvt. Ltd. Retrieved 18 September 2017. 
  2. ^ "Udaipur to host World Music Festival". Business Standard. Business Standard Private Ltd. Retrieved 11 January 2016. 
  3. ^ "World Music Festival to be held in Udaipur in February". thehindu.com. The Hindu. Retrieved 11 January 2016. 
  4. ^ "Should you care about a world music festival in Udaipur?". cntraveller.in. The Conde Nast Traveller. Retrieved 11 January 2016. 
  5. ^ "Udaipur World Music Festival". udaipurworldmusicfestival. SEHER. Retrieved 22 January 2016. 

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