Spend your Sunday morning with Indian classical music
Attend 'Arohi- a musical prosody', a classical music concert featuring a host of talented young musicians
Arohi- a musical prosody is a concept that brings together a line-up of Young Indian classical musicians. The classical music concert features artists like Sarang vechlekar on Sitar, Aditya Dhekle on Tabla, Manuraj Rajput on flute, Jayant Pawar on harmonium, Aditya Bhandakkar on Keyboard, and on Kartik Iyer Mridangam/ Kanjeera. The artists wouldbe sharing the space with the stalwarts of kathak 'saswati sen' and 'mukundraj deo'
The concert is conceptualised by Sanchit Mhatre, founder and creative director of Panchamrut arts, and would be presented in association with 'Kala Manjiri and Sanskruti cultural academy' headed by Rupali desai.
Panchamrut arts is an arts venture which includes a music production studio,A music academy and also supports and carries out various live shows in association with a number of companies and associations..
Where: Yashwant Natyamandir, Matunga
When: 25th February
At: 10 am
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