Bangalore witnessed inclusive artistry with the latest edition of 'Young Artiste Festival 2023'

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In a bid to democratize arts education and empower aspiring talents from across India, SIFF (Singhal Iyer Family Foundation)’s cultural extravaganza returned with renewed vigour with the latest edition of its flagship programme Young Artiste Festival 2023. The Young Artiste Festival 2023 is an expression of celebrating the cultural vibrancy of India and is set to shine the spotlight on emerging young talents. 

Under the patronage of esteemed industry veterans, this festival is committed to support the cultural interests of every aspiring young artiste, while nurturing both classical and contemporary artistic expressions. The programme witnessed spectacular performances by some of the contemporary hyperlocal young artistes with large YouTube audiences including Chandrani Sarma (Hindustani classical vocalists and earlier Zee TV SaReGaMaPa performer), Kamlesh Sharma (song-cover expert), and Deepak Devrani (choreographer) along with other talent galore.  

Worldclass Sarod Maestro Ustad Amjad Ali Khan, who was part of launching the first edition of the SIFF Young Artiste Festival in 2020, emphasized on the importance of art education, saying, "It is the duty of every parent and schoolteacher to find out creative instincts in every child because it is very healthy for the mind and body of the child to express his creative instincts. The heartbeat is an indication of rhythm and what we speak; conversation, recitation, chanting, and singing are all part of music. To continue our tradition and convention of music, whether classical, folk, music, or film music, we need younger, committed, and dedicated young musicians."


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