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Events Archive 2024
 
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World Classics Series

Concert 46 – Music of North India XIV

Saturday 27th April 2024, 7:15pm (Doors 6:45pm)

Anagha Bhat, khyal vocal

Pulkit Sharma, tabla

Siddhiie Kapshikarr, harmonium

Tickets £22: from Will Sleath

 07946 515538 or

williamsleath@hotmail.com

Subsequent to a packed-out African concert, the World Classics Series now presents a recital by khyal singer Anagha Bhat, who will be accompanied by Pulkit Sharma on tabla & Siddhiie Kapshikarr on harmonium. She sings in the Hindustani classical style known as khyal (Urdu: imagination), which features great freedom of expression, florid ornamentation and technical virtuosity, and is in contrast to the stricter dhrupad style. During this brief visit to the UK Anagha’s only appearances will be at St Ives Arts Club and the Indian Embassy in London.

 

Based in Bengaluru in the Indian state Karnataka, Anagha Bhat is a disciple of Pandit Ulhas Kashalkar, who gave a memorable performance at St Ives Arts Club in 2009. She has performed extensively both in India and abroad, and was selected for the ONEBEAT programme and the ETHNO music project. Anagha holds a BA in computer science and an MA in Hindustani vocal music.

Tabla player Pulkit Sharma is a pupil of Sarvar Sabri, and performs both as a soloist and as an accompanist.

Harmonium player Siddhiie Kapshikarr holds a BMus from Vishwakarma University, Pune and an MA in audio production from the University of Westminster.

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We are currently closed for winter renovations. We will re-open on 10th February 2024 for members exhibitions. 

We have a completely full year of 45 weeks of exhibitions to deliver to visitors 

We look forward to welcoming you back from 10th February.

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