November 27 | Windmills Craftworks
Experience alto-saxophonist Rudresh Mahanthapa’s fine fusion of progressive jazz and South Indian classical music from close quarters. The second-generation Indian-American was exposed to the music of Indian saxophonist Kadri Gopalnath at an early age. He travelled to India to work with Gopalnath later. He is now based out of New York. At Whitefield. 9.30 pm. Tickets (`500 upwards) on bookmyshow.com
Music for the soul
November 28 | Jnana Jyothi Auditorium
Indian Classical lovers should block their dates for the Anubhuti concert. It brings two legendary musicians — Pt Shiv Kumar Sharma and Pt Pravin Godkhindi — together for an evening of pure melody. The event is being organised by Godkhindi Music and Edutainment and aims to promote Indian classical music among the youth. At Gandhi Nagar. 6 pm. Tickets (`295 upwards) on bookmyshow.com
Love thy art
November 30 | Kynkyny Art
Artist Bakula Nayak takes you on a
flight of fantasy through her solo
exhibition titled Make Art… Make Love… Make Tea. In her works, you will find an owl drifting away in a parachute, or birds riding unicycles. What’s equally interesting is the media she has worked on; they include vintage paper dating from 1901 onwards. Till December 8. At Infantry Road.
10 am-7 pm. Details: 40926202
Chasing the shadows
December 2 | Alliance Française
Siddharth Sadashiv is displaying his works in a photo exhibition called (In)Verto. He is a graphic designer and printmaker by profession, and a photographer by passion. In the series of photographs, he tries to capture the beauty of shadows. The photographs on display are curated by veterans Franck Barthelemy and Balan Nambiar. On till December 3. Entry free. At Vasanth Nagar. Details: 40808181
November 27 | PVR Cinemas
Ex-flames Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone will be seen sharing screen space once again in Imtiaz Ali’s Tamasha. It follows the story of Kapoor, a nomad who entertains people while travelling, who runs into Padukone who happens to be an ardent fan of the comic book series, Asterix and Obelix. The two cross their paths in Corsica, in France, and fall in love.
November 29 | St Joseph’s
Indian High School
Take your pet pooch on a fun outing this Sunday, as city plays host to The Bengaluru Dogathon. It will include canine-themed games, fashion show, and talks by experts. The highlight of the show is the walkathon, with your dog in tow, around Kanteerva Stadium. Off Vittal Mallya Road. 7 am onwards. Tickets (`350 upwards) on meraevents.com
December 1 | Vivanta by Taj
Fashion brands such as Chique, Rapchik, De Belle, Sancia Creations, Meera Jewels, Shalini & Deepshikha will display their collections in an exhibition. Called Panache Fashion Nouveau, the two-day event is being organised by Nishat Mohsin and Misba Umrean. Till December 2.
`1,000 upwards. At MG Road.
10.30 am- 8.30 pm. Details: 66604444
High on luxury
December 3 | The Lalit Ashok
Make space for trendy clothes and accessories in your wardrobe, as HI LIFE opens in the city. The three-day lifestyle extravaganza will showcase works of more than 200 fashion designers. It will also host a section for home décor. Till December 5. At Kumara Krupa
High Grounds. 9 am-8 pm.