You want sitar with that?

Some of the regions finest Indian influenced musicians will perform in the World Music Caf concert at the Byron Community Centre this Saturday, February 2, from 7.30pm.

Paul Serret travelled to Iran in 1989 to study santoor thats a musical instrument of course. He then lived in Paris for further study and now lives in Mullumbimby. Paul will give a solo performance on the mysterious santoor. Hariji Bhakhti Dey recently moved to NSW after many years studying singing in Mumbai. Hariji is renowned in India and will perform bhajans (chanting) in the traditional classical raga style.

Also performing are Peter Davidian (sitar), David Ferdinand (tabla), Saffron Moon (sitar, dilruba, drums, keyboard), plus Shivala and Branan (Drupad singing).

Tickets are $15/12. To book phone 6685 6807 or visit the centres box office.


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