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Procol Harum

(In concert with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra) lRecorded live at the Jubilee Auditorium in Edmonton, Canada in 1971, this is a masterful blend of rock and classical strains. Conceived and written by vocalist-pianist Gary Brooker, the album is a milestone in progressive rock music

Into the High Ranges

(Edited by Ravina Aggarwal) lThis collection of stories and poems by contemporary authors traces life of India’s myriad mountain ranges, from history and culture of the tribal folk, to the ecological balance and memorable journeys. Writers include Ruskin Bond, Gita Mehta and Jamling Tenzing Norgay.

Road to Ladakh

(Nandan II, January 4, 6.30 pm) lSet in the wilderness of Ladakh, it tells a tale of love between a dysfunctional model and a silent stranger. Starring Koel Puri and Irrfan Khan. Followed by a discussion with the UK-based director, Ashvin Kumar.

Dynamic Art Movement

(Opposite Calcutta Municipal Corporation, December 4, 5, 1 pm to 8.30 pm) lIn its 27th edition, the two-day event will feature poetry, story-reading, musical performances, street plays and seminars. Top-draw artistes will also hold a workshop at Chaplin Square from 1 pm
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