The Indo-American Association’s 2019 season, which unfolds from March through November, blends culture-bridging performances with music and dance programs that offer a more full-immersion Indian experience.
With 10 shows that will be presented across three venues, the season’s featured artists include global stars and up-and-comers, said IAA executive director Hari Dayal.
The season opens with a concert by the glamorous sitar virtuoso Anoushka Shankar, co-presented by the Aga Khan Council. The heir to her father Ravi Shankar’s legendary, progressive style of cross-cultural dialogue, she shows the versatility of her instrument across musical genres, accompanied by a cellist/pianist and a flautist as well as masters of the tabla, mridangam and tanpura.
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