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Bombay Jayashri in Concert

Part of Classical Season 2019/20

With tradition in her heritage and a history of innovation, this Carnatic singer’s velvet voice has made her one of the most popular vocalists in India.

Bombay Jayashri returns to England for the first time in ten years to perform her signature programme of Carnatic compositions and improvisations.

Hear her in concert with a stellar ensemble of accompanying musicians: HN Bhaskar on violin, and percussionists Sai Giridhar on mridangam and Giridhar Udupa on ghatam.

Known for her distinctive vocal range and quality and incredibly varied repertoire of songs from various Indian languages, Jayashri is frequently a headliner at major Indian music festivals.

Presented by Milapfest.

she has emerged as a nightingale of Carnatic music.
The Hindu
Bombay Jayashri [...] rose to the occasion as always; her performance was measured, masterly and innovative
The Asian Age

Dates & times

22 Apr 2020
Approximate run time: 150 mins
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Queen Elizabeth Hall


£17.50 - £25
Booking fee: £3.50 (Members £0.00)
£17.50, £20, £25


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