Celebrating the role of women in Indian music
|8.10 pm||Karavika led by Trina Basu (violin) and Amali Premawardhana (cello)
|8.50 pm||Roopa Mahadevan - Carnatic Vocal
Anjna Swaminathan - Violin
Abhinav Seetharaman - Mridangam
|9.45 pm||Archana Joglekar - Kathak|
|10.45 pm||Dinner Break|
|11.30 pm||Anupama Bhagwat - Sitar
Nitin Mitta - Tabla
|12.40 am||Ashwini Bhide-Deshpande - Hindustani Vocal
Suryaksh Despande – Tabla
Kedar Naphade - Harmonium
|2.20 am||Kala Ramnath - Violin
Samir Chatterjee – Tabla
|3.45 am||Shruti Sadolikar-Katkar – Hindustani Vocal
Mangesh Muley – Tabla
Anirban Chakraborty - Harmonium
10% Discount Tickets:
Friends of Chhandayan
Groups of 10 or more
Tickets will be sold online until 2 pm on the day of the concert, May 12th. After that tickets will be available for purchase at the venue starting at 7 pm.
We do not take reservations, nor do we mail tickets.
All tickets sold online and over the phone will be held under the name of the purchaser at the pick-up counter in the hall from 7 pm on the day of the concert.
Tickets will be handed over only to the purchaser on verifying identity.
Unauthorized recording and photography is strictly prohibited.
We will also be streaming this event live:
Meals, snacks, and beverages will be available for purchase at reasonable prices (cash only) downstairs in the Social Hall of the venue from 7 p.m. until early morning.
No food and drinks are allowed inside the auditorium.
There are plenty of 24/7 parking lots adjacent to the Hall and in the area. The hall is located in the Lincoln Center and Central Park neighborhood. Street Parking may also be available. Please read the street signs carefully before parking on the streets.
As part of this year's event, there will be a seminar on the Role of Women in Indian Music held at the Chhandayan Center for Indian Music, 4 West 43rd Street, #618 on Friday May 11, 2018. Ticket holders for the All Night Concert may attend the seminar without charge.
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This event is partially sponsored by the New York Council on the Arts: