Tuesday, August 03, 2004

Jamshedpur celebrates a festival of original music - Waves 2004

From RSJ Online's XLRI Campus Correspondent

In the small town of Jamshedpur, unbeknownst to the rest of humanity, a movement of original music is underway that lays to rest the notion that original musical expression is the bastion of the metropolitan youth. There is a silent movement underway here, a hotbed of latent talent about to explode and if the recently concluded competition of original musical expression Waves 2004 is any indication, here is a concept whose time has come.

Waves 2004 is a brainchild of Amit Sharan of Handheld Productions who came together with XLRI Jamshedpur, Cafe Coffee Day and Tata Steel to produce this event - the theme of which was 'Be a little more human' - open to the schools of Jamshedpur. Handheld offered studio time to each of the teams in the finals and recorded a video of each of teams to be released on a CD. Full Story

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