2 Days,2 Shows and 2 incredibly talented groups of musicians showcase the best of world music at the NCPA!

Yes ,you hear us right this weekend it’s all about fusion,jazz,world music and if you are a fan of John Lennon or the Beetles,you might wanna clear your evenings as we have something important for you .

On Day 1,the Saturday we have the 5 piece band called Saagara – Beats of the Ocean performing.Sangara was a result of 2 very different music worlds fusing on one stage.

Wacław Zimpel, called by The New York Times a “musical chameleon,” is a clarinet virtuoso trained in Western classical music and a strong presence on the improvised music scene. Giridhar Udupa, Bhargava Halambi, K. Raja and Mysore N. Karthik are among the most respected musicians of the younger generation in India. They live in Bengaluru but perform all over the world at prestigious venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Sydney Opera House.


Tickets: 1000, 800 & 500/- (plus service tax as applicable)
Date: 7.00 pm, Saturday, 26th – Tata Theatre

Day 2, Sunday will feature the daughter of the great sitar maestro Vilayat Khan “Zila Khan” with her performance mesmerizing show “Zila’s Sounds of Surprise.”

Zila is a versatile singer and is at home performing Hindustani and Western classical music, Sufi music, traditional Western music, world music and jazz. Khan will sing John Lennon’s ‘Imagine’ and the Beatles’ ‘Norwegian Wood’ to Rodrigo’s famed ‘Concierto de Aranjuez,’ folk songs from different cultures to Indian classics. Khan will collaborate with jazz and fusion flutist Rajeev Raja, who with the help of an all-star band comprising musicians playing acoustic bass, guitar, tabla, percussion, and keyboards, will create an organic blend of jazz, Latin and world music.

Tickets: `1000, 800, 500 & 300/- (plus service tax as applicable)
Date:7.00 pm, Sunday, 27th –Tata Theatre