Double bill concert
The Dagar family dynasty is synonymous with Dhrupad. Darbar is proud to feature Dagar, one of a handful of the world’s rudra veena players, who returns after his sublime concert at the Festival in 2006. Dagar is noted for his control of the raga. The terrific young Munde accompanies on the pakhawaj.
Panshikar presents evening ragas from the Jaipur Atruli Gharana, known for its beautiful and unusual ragas. He is the most tantalizing disciple of the legendary vocalist, Kishori Amonkar, and is accompanied by an array of stalwart musicians.
Latecomers will only be allowed in at a suitable time during the performance.
The Darbar Festival Pass costs £135 and gives you access to all the Darbar events in the Purcell Room at Queen Elizabeth Hall, plus three ‘in conversation’ events. The Pass is the cheapest way to enjoy all these Darbar events.
There is only a limited number of Festival Passes available. You cannot book them online - please call 0844 847 9910 between 9am and 8pm daily to book.
Please note, the only events that are not included in the Festival Pass are Darbar Unplugged, the Yoga sessions and the Classical Music Course. These events require separate tickets.
Ustad Baha’uddin Dagar rudra veena
Sukhad Munde pakhawaj
------- Interval ---------
Pandit Raghunandan Panshikar khayal vocal
Akram Khan tabla
Tanmay Deochake harmonium
Box office : southbankcentre.co.uk/darbarfestival
“An opportunity for aficionados and beginners alike to sample a rich musical culture with a centuries-old tradition”
Organiser | Darbar Festival
Event Type | Music
Discipline | Dhrupad + Khayal
Gharana | Dagar + Jaipur Atruli