“I want to make the invisible people of the city visible through music,” Heemstra said. They’ve never seen a cello.” Now beginning its second year, this season’s Kolkata Classics bears a reference to Hathor — the legendary Egyptian goddess responsible for women’s health and music. Because Heemstra is slipping in pre-concert health fairs when she performs in places where Calcutta’s poorest people live.
Women, who often bring their children to the concerts, may learn about HIV and AIDS prevention, receive vaccines, open bank accounts and register for government-issued identification cards — most for the first time ever.
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