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    Talking music
    If you are heading to Mumbai, catch the second edition of The Exchange. Curated by Nikhil Chinapa, the music conference hopes to act as a catalyst for the expansion of the British music industry in the country. Besides talks on women in music and how India consumes its music, it will also focus on technology and interactive media. Today, at The Lalit Hotel.  Details: submerge.in

    Divine inspiration
    Celebrating Shrinathji, a representation of Lord Krishna, the painting exhibition, A Way of Grace, will showcase both traditional and contemporary artworks. Featuring the likes of painter Shan Bhatnagar and miniature artist Kapil Sharma, it is on from December 7 – 30 at Apparao Galleries. Details: 28332226

    Cult krishnaSound check
    Drum up interest in instrumental music, that is what the concert Infusions – Instrumental Classical Music is all about. A collaboration between three classical talents— Krishna Kishore, Leon James, Raghav Simha, accompanied by a violin quartet—it kicks off tomorrow at 6 pm at the Brahma Gana Sabha, Sivagami Pethachi Auditorium. Details: 24992962

    Sands of time
    A time-travelling prince goes back thousands of years to Persia, to save the world. The premise  is fun, and as it draws a lot on the video game Prince of Persia, the eponymous pantomime by The Little Theatre promises to be a hit. Add in local flavour like Baahubali, and we have a laugh riot on our hands. Today till December 9, at the Museum Theatre. From Rs 100. Details: indianstage.in

    Rock on
    Post-rock fans can rejoice. Mogwai, one of the pioneers of the genre, is performing at Bengaluru as part of NH7 Weekenders. While we expect popular numbers like How to be a werewolf and Take me somewhere nice, there’s also every chance they will mix it up—something they are renowned for. Catch the show on December 6. From Rs 2,000. Details: insider.in

    Tales on tiptoe
    Tutus and arabesques will abound at the
    International Russian Dance Gala. Organised by Priya Cultural and Abbas Cultural, to celebrate dance and strengthen Indo-Russian cultural exchange, the ballet promises to be breathtaking. At the Russian Centre of Science and Culture, December 6-7, at 7.30 pm. Rs 500 onwards. Details: in.bookmyshow.com

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