Sun 17 September, 06:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall
Dilshad Khan sarangi
Akhlak Varsi harmonium
Atul Raninga keyboard
Sanjay Das guitar
Shadaab Bhartiya tabla
Lose yourself in the mesmerizing poetic form with rhyming couplets by India’s king of ghazal, Hariharen. The legendary singer is a pioneer of Indian fusion music who has recorded film hits in over 6 languages including Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada, Marathi and Telugu. Immerse yourself into a world of ancient Arabic poetry expressing love, beauty, loss and separation.
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Sat 16 September, 07:15 PM, Royal Festival Hall
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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