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BBC World Service Interview - Sitar Star Baluji Shrivastav: Why can\'t we sing Urdu Opera?

He has played with Stevie Wonder, Coldplay and Massive Attack. Now, the blind Indian sitar player Baluji Shrivastav wants to stage the first Urdu language opera.

BBC World Service interview Baluji about his new Urdu Opera Sohini and Mahival which is appearing at The Southbank Centres Alchemy festival.

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Making Moves supports The Colours of Sound documentary.

Claire Schrader shows her support of the upcoming documentary \"The Colours of Sound\" - which follows the Inner Vision Orchestra, Britain\'s only blind orchestra, on their Summer/Autumn tour. It is a celebration of the power of music to transform lives. Included is an interview by Emily Wright with the director, Marie Cecile Embleton, on the process of the documentary, getting to know the participants and the obstacles they faced.

Claire Schrader is an award winning Playwright and Drama Therapist.
Blog published September 2014

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Hear Me Raw Music Blog - Inner Vision Orchestra

Hear Me Raw discusses the Inner Vision Orchestra and the Summer/Autumn tour they are about to embark upon. Hear me Raw is a new music blog designed to throw the spotlight on upcoming acts, artists and musicians from the UK and beyond.

Blog date: May 22nd 2014

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Inner Vision Orchestra - Same Difference blog

Same Difference explores the Inner Vision Orchestra in their November 1st 2014 blog.  

The blog discusses the Inner Vision Orchestra founder, Baluji, as well as touching on the orchestra\'s past tour.
Same Difference is a blog run by a physically DisaAbled writer and blogger living in the UK. At their website, you will find all kinds of fun and useful sections related to disability and DisAbility. 

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Inner Vision Orchestra featured on BBC News Ouch Blog

Ouch features the Inner Vision Orchestra and discovers Baluji Shrivasatav\'s story. 
Ouch explores the disability world in blog posts and a monthly internet radio talk show.
It is brought to you by an award-winning team of disabled journalists Emma Tracey and Damon Rose with help from guest contributors who all have personal connections to disability.
Ouch goes behind the headlines of disability news, and also lifts the lid on the little details about being disabled that are not widely talked about.
Blog live date: 1st November 2014

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