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52nd Spirit of India

Nataraj Cultural Centre

John Unicomb Memorial Concert

SPIRIT of INDIA is a rich celebration of Indian culture and classical music. In a wondrous display of the great Hindustani musical traditions, Meeta Pandit and her ensemble will perform ragas that will transport the audience to India’s musical heartland.

Hindustani virtuoso Meeta Pandit has emerged as a shining star in the world of Indian classical music and hails from a dynasty of acclaimed musicians. Her astounding voice, with a range of more than three octaves, coupled with her exceptional musicality, has won her critical acclaim and a devoted audience of music lovers. Her rendering of traditional and rarely performed Tappa is a highlight of SPIRIT of INDIA.

SPIRIT of INDIA program…allows wonderful opportunities to see and hear artists who are the equals of the very best in the world.
Sydney Morning Herald

 

Presented by Nataraj Cultural Centre

 

 

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TICKETS

Premium/A Reserve $75

B Reserve $60

C Reserve $50

B Reserve Concession $55

DURATION

1 hour 30 minutes (no interval)

ORIGIN

INDIA AND AUSTRALIA

INDIA AUSTRALIA

DATES

Hobart

Theatre Royal

WHEELCHAIR HEARING LOOP
Tue 17 Mar 2015, 7.30pm

John Unicomb Memorial Concert

SPIRIT of INDIA is a rich celebration of Indian culture and classical music. In a wondrous display of the great Hindustani musical traditions, Meeta Pandit and her ensemble will perform ragas that will transport the audience to India’s musical heartland.

Hindustani virtuoso Meeta Pandit has emerged as a shining star in the world of Indian classical music and hails from a dynasty of acclaimed musicians. Her astounding voice, with a range of more than three octaves, coupled with her exceptional musicality, has won her critical acclaim and a devoted audience of music lovers. Her rendering of traditional and rarely performed Tappa is a highlight of SPIRIT of INDIA.

SPIRIT of INDIA program…allows wonderful opportunities to see and hear artists who are the equals of the very best in the world.
Sydney Morning Herald

 

Presented by Nataraj Cultural Centre

 

 

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