Thu 09 November, 06:30 PM, Sadlers Well’s
Akram Khan kathak dance solo
Probably the most awaited and anticipated excerpt solo. Akram Khan delivers a short but epic Indian kathak solo. Probably the last time you will get to see this genius perform kathak dance. Not to be missed.
Patri Satish Kumar mridangam
Ghatam V Suresh ghatam
Amrit Khanjira khanjira
Lord Shiva, is the keeper of the damaru or percussion, which provides the rhythmic beats and sounds of deep emotional resonance. Kumar, a musician from the great Carnatic tradition, is quite simply one of the most outstanding performers of our era. Praised for his technique, supreme musicality, passion and effortless virtuosity on the mridangam, he is accompanied by two of India’s finest groove masters.
Pravin Godkhindi bansuri
Surpreet Deshpande tabla
Discover the bansuri attributed to Lord Krishna. The charismatic Godkhindi unravels romantic ragas combined with Deshpande’s masterful rhythmic improvisation. Together they unfold lilting and beautiful Hindustani ragas.
£50, £35, £28, £12 (See option to buy Festival pass)
Up to 8 fantastic performances
Festival Passes can only be purchased by calling Sadlers Wells box office on 020 7863 8000
Fri 10 November, 06:30 PM, Sadler's Wells
Sat 11 November, 07:00 PM, Sadler's Wells
Sun 08 October, 06:00 PM, Milton Court
Mon 11 September, 07:30 PM, Blue Room, Level 1, Royal Festival Hall
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