Gayaki Ang – Partha Bose & Esha Bandyopadhyay

We welcome two wonderful artists from India for this special double bill concert of Gayaki Ang, so named as it refers to singing as well as to a vocal approach of playing the sitar.

PRSSV’s Baithak series (intimate music gatherings) provide unique opportunities for audiences to experience Indian classical art forms at close quarters.

1st Half

Esha Bandoyapadhyay, an outstanding vocalist reputed for her mellifluous voice and her mastery of the different vocal forms – Khyal, Thumri (Purab Ang), Dadra and Bhajan.

2nd Half

Pt. Partha Bose is a highly acclaimed sitar player form India with 35 years of performances in India and abroad. He is renowned for his ability to weave technical virtuosity with emotional expression.

They will be accompanied on Tabla by Dheeraj Sahai-Mishra, ‘a player of rhythmic virtuosity’(Songlines magazine) and on Harmonium by Sunil Jadhav, a versatile musician and composer.

Sunday 2 June 2019


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£14 Advance purchase
£16 On the door (under 8 years are free)
£6 Concession tickets (under 16, unwaged, OAP)

Harrow Arts Centre, 171 Uxbridge Road, Pinner,

Parampara 2020

Join the students and teachers of PRSSV Sangeet College for their 30th anniversary year celebrations. See the next generation of talent in a dazzling array in large and small ensembles of Indian vocal, Bansuri (flute),Sitar, Tabla players and Kathak dancers.

The evening will culminate with ‘Brahmand’ in which you will be immersed with projections and soundscapes while being taken on a journey through the universe with rhythm, Kathak dance and Ragas.

Sangeet College provides innovative training methods and contemporary accredited qualifications for Indian music and dance traditions. It is a department of PRSSV, a charitable trust set up in 1987 which plays an active role in preserving this rich heritage of Indian performing arts by

of redefining how Indian music/dance and musicians contribute to the musical life of the UK.

– providing access for students and practitioners of all ages to develop their passion for Indian music and dance.

– their Heritage Centre: a living legacy of film, recordings and interviews of Indian music and dance.

– curating events for spaces ranging from national galleries, arts centres and festivals.

Indian Classical Music is one of the finest ancient art forms of the world. Apart from its beauty and entertaining qualities as a pure performing art, its spiritual propensity as well as its ability to positively affect and enhance one’s mental and intellectual capacities in multiple ways is well acknowledge” (Raga Sangeet by Samarth Nagarkar).

01 November 2020


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Tickets £12.50/£6 concession (under 12, unwaged, OAP)
Venue Elliot Hall, Harrow Arts Centre