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Pt. Niladri’s Performance to treat Punekars at Pune smART week, Pune Smart City is launching its first season of Pune smART week starting 14th February for Punekars

Feb 12, 2019

Pt. Niladri’s Performance to treat Punekars at Pune smART week

Pune Smart City is launching its first season of Pune smART week starting 14th February for Punekars

 Pune: – Pune smART week is a festival in its true essence, celebrating ART FOR ALL. It’s a confluence of art across various mediums and technology for creating a unique, visually enhanced experience. The event promises an array of programs, exhibitions, workshops, demonstrations, competitions, talks, children’s activities, and installations in the field of visual arts & design, dance & music, films & theatre and other media.

The fest would end on a high note with the sitar maestro – Pandit Niladri Kumar – performing a “Sitar Funk”, on the 24th of February at Police Parade Ground. Pandit Niladri Kumar’s music is inviting, explosive and yet introspective. A master of traditional and classical forms, he has also rendered extremely creative and electrifying compositions on his own instrumental innovation – the Zitar. A global icon, he has won several prestigious awards, and has an immense contribution to the Indian film industry.

Dr. Rajendra Jagtap, CEO, Pune Smart City says, “We, at PSCDCL wish to connect with the common citizens at all levels, and not just at the infrastructural level. We have undertaken several endeavours to go the extra step in achieving our long term goal of being a people-centric development initiative and rebuilding a city that is smart and sustainable. Further to this objective, we have planned a 10-day long activity, with predominant 7 days termed as ‘Pune SmART Week’ starting from 14th February to the 24th of February.”

All the events are FREE for all and would be hosted at venues that are at the centre of the city, including Jangli Maharaj Road, Bal Gandharva, Sambhaji Park, Ferguson college Road, Raja Ravi Varma Gallery, Ghole Road, Police Parade Ground, etc.

The various mediums explored in these 11 days are as follows.

  1. Visual Arts.
  2. Films and Theatre.
  3. Dance, music and performing art.
  4. Exhibitions, workshops and demonstrations.
  5. Talks.
  6. Literature and poetry.
  7. Children’s activities.
  8. Food and craft village.

These activities would happen from Jangli Maharaj Road, Bal Gandharva, Sambhaji Park, Ferguson college Road, Raja Ravi Varma Gallery and Ghole Road etc.

Last modified: Tuesday February 12th, 2019

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