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Concert | 8pm

Jugalbandhi brings together two melodic instrumentalists in what is normally a more soloistic form. To have true dialogue is a rarefied art, a special subdivision of Indian classical music. Art of the Jugalbandhi showcases 3 duets; the bansuri players, Steve Gorn and Eric Fraser, Carnatic violinist Arun Ramamurthy and North Indian sarod player Anupam Shobhakar, and the dynamic duo of Abhik Mukherjee on sitar and Jay Gandhi on bansuri.

Set 1
Steve Gorn & Eric Fraser – bansuri
Shiva Ghoshal – tabla

Set 2
Arun Ramamurthy – violin
Anupam Shobhakar – sarod
Sameer Gupta – tabla
Bala Skandan – mridangam

Set 3
Abhik Mukherjee – sitar
Jay Gandhi – bansuri
Ehren Hanson – tabla

Workshop | 6:30 – 7:30 pm

What are raga and tala anyway? How do they come together to create the beautiful music we enjoy at so many BRM nights? The mysteries are revealed as bansuri player Jay Gandhi teaches you to learn how to listen to North Indian classical music. No music experience necessary!