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NCPA presents ‘Interactive lecture series- by Guru Dr.Puru Dadheech at Natanam Studio for Performing Arts

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By K Ashwin Mobile: 09920183006 Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com


CPA presents Interactive lecture series by Guru Dr.Puru Dadheech on Relevance of Shastras in Today’s Kathak Repertoire under their series of Mumbai Dance Season,2019 on 15th January from 3:00 pm to 4:40 pm at Natanam Studio for Performing Arts, Goregaon East.

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SushilKumar Agrawal elected as the Director of ‘The Indian Performing Right Society Ltd’

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By Ashok Punatar Mobile: 09820746494 Email: ashokpunatar@gmail.com

Sushilkumar Agrawal, CEO of Ultra Media & Entertainment Private Ltd is elected as the Director of ‘The Indian Performing Right Society Ltd’. The Indian Performing Right Society Ltd. (IPRS) is the sole authorized body to issue Licenses permitting usage of the original music by any person or establishment within India. It collects royalties from the users of this music and shares it with its Members i.e. the Author (lyricists), Composer (music directors), Owners (producers) of films and publishers (music companies).

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Elli burns her leg while performing the opening episode of The Dance Project!

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India’s first original digital dance property The Dance Project is all set to scorch your screens with a sizzling first episode of Elli Avrram, Wild Ripperz, and Faisal & Vaishnavi. Elli who will be seen preforming on Buzz by Aastha Gill went through a fire mishap. Says Jay Mehta, Sony Music Digital Head, “Elli was supposed to start the dance by brushing a matchstick against her leg and the matchstick would burn. However while doing this stunt she actually burnt her leg ! We all got a bit frightened and stopped the shoot for some time to give her medical help. Inspite the injury she carried on and performed brilliantly.“

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India’s 1st Bachelors Degree in Music introduced, Furtardos School of Music and NMIMS School of Performing Arts partner to make it possible

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From L-R Clint Valladares managing director of the Berklee India Exchange, Rajan Saxena, Vice Chancellor, NMIMS , Louis banks, Dharini Upadhyaya Co CEO FSM

A degree in Music is not an alternate anymore. Students can pursue their passion and make a career in music with the deemed Bachelor’s degree introduced by Furtardos School of Music (FSM)  and NMIMS School of Performing Arts, This is a three year residential programme, where students learn all forms of music. The biggest names in the music world today will mentor the big names of tomorrow.

Commenting on the same Dharini Upadhyaya Co – CEO, Furtardos School of Music said; ‘There is a lack of organized music education in the country. Change nothing and nothing changes. This motivated us to partner with NMIMS and set up a degree course in Music. Nurturing the next generation of musicians is central to FSM’s work, so I’m delighted with this collaboration. We will be able to train and nurture some of the most gifted young musicians of our country.” Read more

Indian Performing Right Society Opts For Digital Payments For Licenses.

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Rakesh Nigam & Javed Akhtar

In a pro-Digital India move, the Indian Performing Right Society (IPRS) has gone cashless, by encouraging digital payments, for smooth, convenient and effective transactions. Under the new management, who has set a goal of making the IPRS a world class organisation, the introduction of digital payments is a step in that direction. With this cashless system of applying for a license, users can now simply log on to the IPRS website, fill in the application, and make the required payment online. Post this, the applicant will receive their license immediately via e-mail and SMS.
Commenting on this new development, Javed Akhtar, Chairman of the IPRS said- IPRS wants to ensure that purchasing of licenses by organiser for any event, big or small and anywhere in the country, can be done at the click of a mouse. This step will bring total transparency and ease of doing business with the Society to the benefit of everybody concerned; on the other hand, events organiser should have no excuse anymore for not obtaining the license required under the law.” As the only government authorised body in the country to administer rights, issue licenses and collect royalties for authors, composers and publishers in respect of musical and literary works (lyrics), cashless payments will bring about ease of doing business. Read more

Indian Performing Right Society Ltd (IPRS) sets up regional committees

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Aashish Rego,Sahithi G,Javed Akhtar,Raju Singh & Ilaiyaraja

The Indian Performing Right Society (IPRS) is the only government authorized body in the country to administer rights, issue licenses and collect royalties for authors, music composers and music publishers. Founded in 1969, it has over 4,000, members across the country and represents also the world’s music repertoire. It was recently granted re-registration under the amended Copyright Act. The Society with Registered Office at Mumbai also has administrative offices in 12 cites across India. Read more