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The Japan Foundation has been screening local films regularly in the capital now. This week's film, I Are You, You Am I comes from independent filmmaker Obayashi Nobuhiko.

music Updated: Oct 07, 2011 23:43 IST

Coming of age in Japan
The Japan Foundation has been screening local films regularly in the capital now. This week's film, I Are You, You Am I comes from independent filmmaker Obayashi Nobuhiko. The 1982 film is a boy-girl romance told from a unique, touching perspective. The boy, Kazuo, meets kindergarten classmate Kazumi in the third-grade. The two go through a love-hate journey which evolves through a shared supernatural experience - switching bodies with each other. The story is both tragic in telling and comedic in portrayal. In the mood for some teen romance? This one's a must watch.

October 8, 2-4 pm, entry free, The Japan Foundation, 5A Ring Road, Lajpat Nagar IV, for further details call 26442967/68 or email query@jfindia.org.in

Making music at India Gate
Music lovers are in for a rare treat next weekend when the Territorial Army Fusion Band performs at India Gate. An ensemble of a brass band, pipes and drums band, western string orchestra, an Indian orchestra and the popular Jazz band, this one will play vibrant tunes from Martial Music, Amazing Grace to the popular Abide With Me. Apart from that, more than 150 pipers and drummers forming part of the Massed Pipe Band will play and display their skills. Watch out for an enthralling performance by the Yakh Cham artists too. October 15 and 16, 6.15pm-8.15pm, India Gate

Making music at India Gate
Music lovers are in for a rare treat next weekend when the Territorial Army Fusion Band performs at India Gate. An ensemble of a brass band, pipes and drums band, western string orchestra, an Indian orchestra and the popular Jazz band, this one will play vibrant tunes from Martial Music, Amazing Grace to the popular Abide With Me. Apart from that, more than 150 pipers and drummers forming part of the Massed Pipe Band will play and display their skills. Watch out for an enthralling performance by the Yakh Cham artists too. October 15 and 16, 6.15pm-8.15pm, India Gate

Cultural treat in the Capital
Svanubhava, a Chennai-based performing arts festival that celebrates Indian art, comes to Delhi next week. The aim of the endeavour is to showcase India's numerous art-forms to the young generation by way of classical and folk performances, talks, seminars, theatre presentations by eminent artistes from across the country. This fest also provides students a platform to interact with experts and develop appreciation for various art forms.

Oct 13-15, 10am onwards, Gandharva Mahavidyalaya, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Marg, for further details call 23233791