Come and celebrate the colour and vitality of Spring at this special event featuring musicians Rekesh Chauhan (piano), Alok Verma (tabla/percussion) and John Garner (violin). Collectively known as Project Avartan, they have toured internationally, performing to a wide range of audiences and sharing the stage with world-renowned artists. Avartan, meaning cycle, weaves in influences from various World Music styles, with an emphasis on the classical backgrounds that the trio share. The group will explore a soundscape of musical traditions infused with contemporary flavours, as well as some popular Bollywood numbers. Students from Aaja Nachle Let's Dance will open the evening with a lively performance of Bollywood dance.

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Archive listings for A Spring Celebration

Work type: Performance.


Presented bySampad South Asian Arts. Presented bySurdhwani. Presented byArena Theatre Wolverhampton. Performer Rekesh Chauhan (piano). Performer Alok Verma (tabla/percussion). Performer John Garner (violin).
10 May 14Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton :: V160
listing details L0566964408

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