LONDON INTERNATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL 2023
Welcome to London International Arts Festival 2023. We are presenting the 12th edition of the festival this year in two venues of London. We are developing new partnerships with Servant Jazz Quarters in Dalston and Omnom in Islington.
On 3rd December we are presenting a Indo-Jazz concert of ‘Tommy Khosla & Jawari’ at the servant Jazz Quarters.
We are continuing the festival on11th December at OMNOM and presenting 'Inner Music' an insight into South Indian Carnatic Classical music by Srikanth Sharma.
Hope to see you all at these events!
Taking you from the bohemian streets of Shoreditch to Kings Cross’ finest contemporary cultural institutions, the London International Arts Festival (LIAF) is a pan-London celebration of the capital’s most exciting music and culture.
Exploring and optimising the trend of digital medium LIAF went completely digital for its 2020-21 edition. The LIAF 2020-21 DIGITAL CAMP featured an eclectic line-up of performing artists and industry professionals in a series of virtual events such as talk sessions, speaker sessions, live performances and workshops. From 2022 onwards we are presenting the festival in a hybrid mode.
We are presenting the festival live in East London and also online to cater to the worldwide audiences we have developed and for the audiences in England who arent able to attend the festival live.
Curated by the Indian violinist Dr Jyotsna Srikanth, celebrates the many colourful cultures of the global music scene and its line-up spotlights the best up-and-coming world music bands alongside masters of the South Indian classical world.
LIAF is hosted by Dhruv Arts, a UK-based not-for-profit organisation that provides music education and workshops for all ages along with performances of South Asian, Carnatic and world art forms.
The first LIAF took place in 2012 and has since featured artists from across the globe; India, Mexico, Serbia, Turkey and North America to name a few. Alongside world-class concerts, LIAF offers hands-on masterclasses providing a crucial platform for cross-cultural and multi-generational artistic interaction.
Festival founder, curator and violin virtuoso Dr Jyotsna Srikanth explains,
"What started as a desire to showcase the best of South Indian Carnatic music has expanded into a far richer tapestry of music and arts originating from different continents"
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