Supported by HSBC
Indian music centers around well-structured melodic and rhythmic compositions known as bandish. It represents a central idea or base upon which the edifice of a performance is sculpted and realized. The three-day festival will showcase some of the most treasured works of the great composers, presented by eminent artistes.
One of the top-ranking female vocalists today, Padma Talwalkar will present some memorable compositions of Jagannathbuwa Purohit (Gunidas) and her mentor, Gajananrao Joshi.
Hailing from the illustrious lineage of the legendary composer Inayat Hussain Khan, Rashid Khan will pay tribute to him with a presentation of repertoire composed by the maestro as well as compositions by his own mentor, Nissar Hussain Khan.
Rs 750, 600, 450, 300 (members)
Rs 1000, 800, 600, 400 (for public)
Box office opens on 9th June (for members) and 12th June (for public)