The event, which will be a notable musical affair featuring talented classical Indian vocalists seeks to raise money for ‘The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity’. Bringing back the atmospheric, harmonious feel of Ghazal music ‘Sham-E-Music’ will be an enjoyable event for the whole family in aid of a good cause.
Hosted by the voice of Kiss 100, broadcast journalist ‘Neev’, the warming event will have a traditionally intimate environment, where all guests can witness the power of live music at its very best. From contemporary to classical, the acclaimed vocalists performing all have their own inimitable style and approach to Ghazals. Far from the usual, quintessential events, ‘Sham-E-Music’ is about the communal appreciation for music and bringing people together over mind-blowing performances and soothing traditional Indian tea.
Featured Vocalists on the night include:
Having already performed to sell out audiences in regions as diverse as Australia, the Middle East, the Far East & Europe, she has astounded audiences all over the world with her incomparable ability to traverse the gaps between old and new, east and west and contemporary chic and classicism, including collaborations with acclaimed artist Nitin Sawhney
With Asian light classical/ghazal music very close to his heart, Lahori is from a family of music that reaches right across India. His main passion is to perform live
Trained under Ustad Nafees Irfan, along with the ability to play both Tabla & Harmonium, D-Sarb is one of the most talked about young talents to emerge from UK Asian music.
B4U Music, the world’s leading Bollywood TV network will be providing full coverage on the night, and televising the event on the popular UK and USA show ‘Talk Of The Town’.
Tickets are £10 at the door, with all proceeds going towards ‘The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity’ (reg.no.1095197).
Date/ Time: Saturday March 17th from 7-11pm
Venue: The York Gardens Community Centre, Lavender Road, Battersea, SW11 2UG