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    Folk fusionCulture lead1
    January 8 | Windmills Craftworks
    Guitarist Giuliano Modarelli and pianist
    Al MacSween’s collective of musicians called Kefaya will play beautiful notes this weekend. Their compositions utilise folk songs and revolutionary anthems, and often express a deep social and political awareness. They are currently working on their debut album. January 8 and 9. At The Jazz Theatre, Whitefield. 9.30 pm. Tickets (Rs 500) on bookmyshow.com

     

    Young and daring
    January 9 | World Trade Centre
    If you are under the age of 25, and brimming with ideas that can change the world, the Under 25 Summit is the place to be this weekend. It is India’s largest youth festival that brings together entrepreneurs, designers, developers, musicians, food enthusiasts, and travellers on a single platform. Drop by, connect with like-minded people and create that next big thing. At Malleswaram. 9 am onwards.Tickets (Rs 1,000) on insider.in

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    Organic collection
    January 11 | Collage Shop India
    Designer Aarthivijay Gupta is displaying her new line of tops, shirts, tunics, dresses and trousers. Called Mandi, it is inspired by the vegetable markets of India. Her team has clicked the raw vegetables, developed photo prints and printed them on clothes, that’s why the look is organic. Rs 5,000 onwards. At Ashok Nagar. 10 am-7.30 pm. Details: 25566818

    Move it like herRSVP7a
    January 13 | Tribal Nritta
    International dance instructor Lamia Barbara will hold an intensive ‘tribal fusion belly dance’ workshop. The sessions are intended for beginners and intermediate-level dancers, and will take you through techniques such as layering, and serpentine movement. You will also get a chance to perform with her at the dance event, Hafla. Till January 17. 10 am -4 pm. At J P Nagar. Tickets (Rs 8,200) at eventshigh.com

    Football for fitnessRSVP6
    January 12 | The Play Arena
    How about kicking some ball to improve your fitness levels? Sportz4you  is organizing football sessions, called Master The Game, under the expert guidance of physios and trainers. It will span over two days and offer a mix of sports-based workouts. Till February 24. On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday (9.30-11 pm) and Saturday-Sunday (7-8.30 am). At Kaikondrahalli. Tickets (Rs 199 upwards) on sportsz4you.com

    At the movies
    January 8 | PVR Cinemas
    The first Bollywood release of the year is director Bejoy Nambiar’s Wazir. It tells the story of two unusual friends, a grief- stricken law enforcement officer (Farhan Akhtar) and a wheelchair-bound chess grandmaster (Amitabh Bachchan). A peculiar twist of fate brings the two together, as they partner to catch a fearsome opponent.

    Usha Uthup liveRSVP4
    January 10 | The Chancery Pavillion
    Singer Usha Uthup will perform at the concert titled Ekaa this weekend. The legendary singer, known for her pop, jazz and playback performances, is best remembered for her foot-tapping numbers such as Dum Maro Dum, Doston Se Pyar Kiya, Hari Om Hari and Darling. Proceeds from the ticket sales will go towards charity. At Residency Road. 7 pm. Tickets (Rs 1,800) on eventshigh.com

    Window of reality
    January 14 | Alliance Francaise
    The highly successful solo performance, titled Koogu, is back. The piece is a collaborative engagement between Bengaluru-based performer Anish Victor and Michel Casanovas, a dancer and choreographer from France. The show is a non-conventional blend of text, dance, sound, song and music, and comprises a series of events that occurred in Victor’s life. Entry free. At Vasanthnagar. 7 pm. Details: 40808181

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