Delhi Classical Music Festival, Kamani Auditori-um, Coper-nicus Marg, on till Oct 29, 6.30pm onwards: A five- day music extravaganza is a celebrated tradition of Hindustani music by renowned exponents Akram khan, Madhup Mudgal, Pandit Jasraj, Nishad Bakre, Ajay and Bhajan Sopori and Ustaad Shujaat Khan.
Talat Mah-mood Today, MUSIC Dayal Singh College, Oct 28, 11 am-2 pm: College students will be singing ghazals and film songs of Talat Mahmood.
Froth Fridaze, World Mark 1, Ae-rocky, Oct 27, 6.30 pm: Catch singer-songwriter Winston Bahnan perform live with rock band Prophets of Rock.
Sufl Samah, DLF Mall of India, Sec 18, Noida, Oct 27 & Oct 28, 5 pm onwards: Sufi singers Lakhwinder Wadali and Nizami Bandhus treat everyone to their soulful Sufi music and compositions.
Tribute to Salil Chowdhury, IBC, Lodhi Road, Oct 27, 7 pm: Runki Goswami presents Salil Chodhury’s rich and unforgettable music.
Mehfil-e-Khushrang Ghazal Evening, Oct 28, MC, Lodhi Road, 7 pm: Singer-composer Shakeel Ahmed shares his insights into the highly demanding art of ghazal composition through his performance.
Japan Festival, IHC, Lodhi & DANCE Road, Oct 28, 7 Pm: Jazz performance by Makoto Kuriya, a creative jazz ensemble from Japan; on Oct 29, 7 pm music performance by Japanese tradition-al music group Wasabi.
Live Concert, MC, Lodhi Road, Oct 30, 7 pm: Concert by acclaimed soprano Patricia Rozario with Tim Jones and Mark Troop. The evocative sound of the French horn is one of the most romantic in all music. The horn, combined with the voice, has inspired an entire genre of music. Schubert, Berlioz, R Strauss and Schumann celebrate this beautiful repertoire in a special concert featuring works.