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Rahul Sharma and Harmeet S VirFriday 3 April 2009 Friday 3 April 2009
Harmeet Virdee gives a sitar recital, followed by a musical journey to Kashmir with the sounds of santoor played by Rahul Sharma.
Somjit Das Gupta and Jesse BanFriday 3 April 2009 Friday 3 April 2009
India | Jazz & Blues | Music | Saxophone | Tabla | Talks | Talks & Debate | World | Music | Folk & World | Darbar Festival
An audience with Somjit Das Gupta on the heritage of the rabaab and sarod instruments with musical demonstrations, followed by a concert of soulful ragas and indo-jazz on saxophone by Jesse Bannister.
Aruna Sairam and Somjit Das GuFriday 3 April 2009 Friday 3 April 2009
Somjit Das Gupta plays ragas on the rarely heard rabab, followed by a performance from Aruna Sairam, one of the most sought after singers from southern India, in her first UK performance.
Ashwini Bhide and Carnatic VocSaturday 4 April 2009 Saturday 4 April 2009
A concert from rising UK stars from the world of carnatic music, followed by a performance from Ashwini Bhide, a singer who evokes the true spirit of north Indian khayal music.
Shashank Subramanium, and GaneSaturday 4 April 2009 Saturday 4 April 2009
An audience with Shashank Subramanium on the heritage of the carnatic flute with musical demonstrations, followed by a violin concert led by Ganesh and Kumeresh.
Wasifuddin Dagar and Pandit TeSaturday 4 April 2009 Saturday 4 April 2009
A performance from one of the foremost dhrupad singers in India, followed by a virtuoso sarod recital by Tejendra Majumdar.
Purbayan Chatterjee, ShashankSunday 5 April 2009 Sunday 5 April 2009
Enjoy a khayal vocal performance with Dr Vijay Rajput followed by a concert with Purbayan Chatterjee on sitar and Shashank on flute.
Wasifuddin Dagar and Rupak KulSunday 5 April 2009 Sunday 5 April 2009
An audience with Ustad F Wasifuddin Dagar on the ancient heritage of the dhrupad music and history of the Dagar family, followed by northern Indian flute with Rupak Kulkarni.
Queen Elizabeth Hall
Nina Virdee Urban Love and TabSunday 5 April 2009 Sunday 5 April 2009
Electronic | India | Music | Percussion | Sitar | Tabla | World | Music | Folk & World | Darbar Festival
Nina Virdee presents new high-energy music that crosses boundaries in the mould of Nitin Sawhney and Tablature! brings together east and west percussion.
Aniruddha Bhattacharya and PanSunday 5 April 2009 Sunday 5 April 2009
An evening khayal by Aniruddha Bhattacharya followed, and a tabla solo from the musical genius of Pandit Kumar Bose.
Level 3 Function Room
Indian Classical Music CourseThursday 20 September 2012 Thursday 20 September 2012
If you've always enjoyed Indian classical music but wish you understood more about it, then this could be just the course for you.
Pulsating Surshingar and Violin maestrosThursday 27 September 2012 Thursday 27 September 2012
An evening of rarely heard instruments and music as part of the Darbar Festival 2012 featuring Joydeep Ghosh on the surshingar and India’s greatest violin duo, the Mysore Brothers, performing in the UK for the first time.
Roti Chai Chaat Shack & BarThursday 27 September 2012 Sunday 30 September 2012
In association with Darbar, the UK's premier classical Indian music festival, London's Indian Street Kitchen Roti Chai is popping up in Southbank Centre's Festival Village.
Fingers that Roar: Pakhawaj SoloFriday 28 September 2012 Friday 28 September 2012
A rare chance to listen to the only female pakwaj (double sided drum) player, Chitrangana Agle-Reshwal, who performs a solo followed by a talk with the audience.
Romantic Music of VaranasiFriday 28 September 2012 Friday 28 September 2012
Experience the shennai flute in the hands of India’s great master, Pandit Prasanna, a fifthgeneration musician described as 'the only one who excels in playing the flute and shehnai' by Ravi Shankar.
Double bill: Rare ragas and dhrupadFriday 28 September 2012 Friday 28 September 2012
Double bill featuring singing from one of India's greatest next generation maestros, Asnare-Kelkar, and the first UK concert of Pushpraj Koshti playing the rare surbahar, a kind of bass sitar
Sublime morning ragas on the bansuriSaturday 29 September 2012 Saturday 29 September 2012
A concert by one of India's greatest flautists, Pandit Rajendra Prasanna, with expert tabla accompaniment by Shubh Maharaj
Tribute to Ustad Vilayat Khan (1928-2004)Saturday 29 September 2012 Saturday 29 September 2012
A rare insight into one of the greatest sitar players India has produced.
Tabla solo: Lucknow styleSaturday 29 September 2012 Saturday 29 September 2012
Pandit Chaudhuri is a phenomenon in the world of tabla
Chitraveena to Hindustani GrooveSaturday 29 September 2012 Saturday 29 September 2012
A double bill featuring world-class artists, including one of India's greatest Carnatic maestros, Chitraveena Ravikiran, and Shruti Sadolikar, one of India's finest living vocalists in the Hindustani tradition.