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MUSIC OF INDIA ENSEMBLE AND MUSIC OF THE BALKANS ENSEMBLE
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Music in Beverly Hills
Date(s): 05/18/2018
Day(s): Friday
Time(s): 7pm-9pm
Address: 445 Charles E Young Drive East, Schoenberg Hall
Phone: 3108255947
Cost: Free Admission

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The Music of India Ensemble and The Music of the Balkans Ensemble showcase traditional music from these regions on the same stage. Performances will include short compositions of North Indian classical and semi-classical ragas (harmonic modes) and talas (rhythmic patterns on table or drums), and Bulgarian traditional songs and music.

Students of Rahul Neuman will play the sitar (a long-necked lute with seven principal strings, plus 12 to 20 sympathetic strings) and the students of Abhiman Kaushal will perform on the tabla for The Music of India Ensemble. The Music of the Balkans Ensemble focuses on Bulgarian traditional and contemporary music with a wedding orchestra of modern instruments and two choirs that sing traditional songs with modern arrangements.



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