Ismailimail presents its fifth thematic post in celebration of the opening of the Aga Khan Museum. We focus on the compelling argument and forward thinking vision of the Head of Performing Arts, Amirali Alibhai, that performing arts need not be confined to the museum’s auditorium.
Extending his sentiment, Ismailimail could not agree more as we witnessed various musical and related performances held simultaneously outside the museum and inside – in the museum’s hallways as well as in the stunning jali patterned glass enclosed courtyard; outside – near the entrance to the museum and in the future, in the open expanses of the Aga Khan Park’s inviting gardens.
The symphony of sounds added to the feeling of jubilation and celebration, an exciting addition to the sonic senses to further enhance the experience at the Aga Khan Museum.
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