AN ancient Indian instrument with over 50 strings, the sarangi, whose name means 'hundred colours', evokes the moods and tones of the human voice.
Four masters of Indian classical music - father and son sarangi players Pandit Santosh Mishra and Sangeet Mishra from India, Shen Flindell, Brisbane's leading classical tabla player and vocalist Yuki Taniguchi Flindell have come together for a series of concerts featuring the sarangi.
Santosh and Sangeet are eighth-generation sarangi players. Augmented by Yuki's devotional Sanskrit mantras and Shen's Indian-trained tabla, they play the Nimbin School of Arts Hall this Friday, August 24.
Tickets are $16 online at www.trybooking.com.au/BSHM, or $20 on the night. Doors open at 7pm.
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