The sound, and taste, of India

Indian music can be mesmerising - especially when Debapriya Adhikary and Samanwaya Sarkar (pictured) are playing it. These two musicians, students of Padmabhushan Girija Devi, combine sitar and vocals to produce authentic classical Indian music that will send shivers down your spine.

The pair, direct from India, experiments with new approaches while maintaining the tradition of ragas and talas. Their musical ventures are a journey through Indian classical music and will invoke the very spirit of that intriguing country.

Debapriya Adhikary and Samanwaya Sarkar will be accompanied by Shen Flindell on tabla. (And what is Indian music without tablas?) when they play the Bangalow Catholic Hall on Friday, October 23, from 8pm.

The show is called a Taste of India and that is exactly what it'll be - authentic Indian music and Indian food at one of the funkiest venues on the North Coast.

Tickets are $15 from ethnosuperlounge.com or $20 at the door.


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