Zenzi Mills is celebrating Easter through ‘Midnight Masses’. BLOT, Delhi's super audio/visual collective, will, through video mapping techniques, project visuals on the front facade of Zenzi Mills.entertainment Updated: Apr 02, 2010 18:06 IST
Zenzi Mills is celebrating Easter through ‘Midnight Masses’. BLOT, Delhi's super audio/visual collective, will, through video mapping techniques, project visuals on the front facade of Zenzi Mills.
BLOT is the Basic Love Of Things – an acclaimed collective of music producers, filmmakers, artist and designers out to change the world. The project is aimed at developing new ways of experiencing electronic music, visuals and the performing arts.
Their sound is minimal, techno, progressive, psydub, breakbeat, FX sampling and percussion, and the event will take place in two rooms, with a sound and visual DJ in each.
Mishka Rushdie Momen, who was the youngest pupil ever to have been admitted to the Purcell School at the age of six, will play a piano recital at NCPA tonight, in collaboration with the Mehli Music Foundation.
Mishka is currently a third year scholar at the Guildhall School of Music and has been studying externally with Imogen Cooper as her only student since 2006.
Mishka gave her debut solo recital at the age of 10 and has since gained concert experience at most of London’s prestigious venues including the Royal Festival Hall, Purcell Room and Barbican Centre. She was nominated for the Woman of the Future 2009 Award in the Young Star Category.