Art, cinema, music converge on one platform

Mumbai, Nov 19 : If you wish to experience the best of performing arts, music and cinema, visit Johnnie Walker The Journey, a one-day festival that brings together artists from various creative fields under one roof, sharing their inspiring stories through their performances.

The festival will be held Dec 14 at Mehboob Studios here.

The uniqueness of the festival is that it will showcase inspiring performances by people from different spheres of life, said a statement.

From live music performances by The Alan Parsons Live Project, consisting of members Eric Woolfson and Alan Parsons and performing arts by Ouroboros - The Handspring Puppet Company to a cinematic experience with John N. Hart Jr., Shane Carruth and Qaushiq Mukherjee, the Indian film director known for his controversial cult film "Gandu" -- the festival offers something for everyone.

"We are confident that Johnnie Walker The Journey will set a new benchmark in the industry and lead a progressive movement among the Indian audiences. The festival will present a wealth of cultural knowledge and content that will be narrated by artistes, who have an intriguing story of personal progress," said Bhavesh Somaya, marketing director, Diageo India.

Diageo, the parent company of Johnnie walker, the organizer of the festival is the world's leading premium drinks business with an outstanding collection of beverage alcohol brands across spirits, beer and wine.

--IANS (Posted on 19-11-2013)

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