Music Today, a division of The India Today Group, since its inception in 1990, has emerged as the most prestigious label in classical Indian music taking the lead in preserving and promoting India's rich musical heritage the world over.
Music Today's success in presenting and making Indian classical music more accessible to newer audiences is spelt out in its innovative and editorially strong concepts and well thought out themes like Ragas from Dawn to Midnight, Songs of the Seasons and Shringar. Carnatic Music is presented in series like Dikshitar and Thyagaraja Masterpieces. Music Today's focus will also be world music as a genre as they look forward for strategic alliances with foreign labels.
Music Today's passion to preserve Indian music is best exemplified in the recordings of the great Maestros of the Hindustani music scenario. Their vast repertoire also includes Hindustani and Carnatic music, semi classical forms, devotional, sufi, folk, regional, wedding songs and new age music. Composed music is represented with the multi platinum selling series like Elements and Soundscapes and one of the world's most sublime scriptures Bhagavad Gita set to contemporary music.
Music Today is fast emerging as a progressive music company as it embarks on an array of activities such as reorganization, renewal of commitment, strategic alliances, revivals and revamping. Music Today identifies cross-musical fertilization as a new thrust area where cutting edge pop artists interface with their classical roots to generate a new contemporary Indian sound and take it to a global platform in its right perspective.
With the advent of multimedia, Music Today
is looking forward to expanding into realm of CDRom and the first
of these has already been released and two are being released shortly.
Music Today products offer the best in digital sound recording and attractive packaging with explanatory sleeve notes to enable greater enjoyment and better understanding of Indian classical music.
The unconventional approach married with the international quality recording and production has made Music Today a byword for Indian classical music the world over.