Pandits Rajan & Sajan Mishra, Aruna Sairam & Jayanthi Kumaresh
Immerse yourself in a double bill of vocal-led Carnatic and Hindustani music.
First Half – Carnatic
Aruna Sairam returns after her sell-out concert at the 2009 Darbar festival. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear her captivating and powerful voice alongside her first duet with Jayanthi Kumaresh, India’s finest Saraswati veena maestro.
Kumar and Karthick bring flare and hypnotic rhythmic grooves in superb accompaniment on mridangam and ghatam respectively.
Second Half – Hindustani
In the concert’s second half, brothers Pandit Rajan and Pandit Sajan make their Darbar debut. The two khayal vocalists are leading exponents of the Benares gharana (school of music).
This evening they weave a rich tapestry of sumptuous ragas, from the touchingly simple to the imposing and awe-inspiring. One of India’s greatest tabla masters, Pandit Kumar Bose, provides a magical and thrilling accompaniment.
Aruna Sairam carnatic vocal
Jayanthi Kumaresh Saraswati veena
Jyotsna Srikanth carnatic violin
Venkatesh Balaraman mridangam
Dr S Karthick ghatam
Pandit Rajan Mistra khayal vocal
Pandit Sajan Mishra khayal vocal
Pandit Kumar Bose tabla
Dharamnath Mishra harmonium
Related Event: Indian Women in Music (Carnatic & Hindustani) – Sunday 18th September 2016
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