Kala Sangam 25th September 2017
Dr L.Subramaniam – LIVE at Pictureville

Dr L.Subramaniam – LIVE at Pictureville Cinema, National Science and Media Museum, Bradford

Saturday 25th November 2017 – 7pm

Duration: 2 hours (including interval)

Kala Sangam is delighted to present India’s violin icon, Dr L.Subramaniam, live in concert at the National Science and Media Museum’s Pictureville cinema.

A former childhood prodigy, Dr L.Subramaniam has produced and performed on close to two hundred recordings, collaborating with some of the greatest names in both Indian and Western music, including Yehudi Menuhin, Stevie Wonder and Herbie Hancock. The founder/director of the Laskshminarayana Global Music Festival, the biggest global music festival in India, he has composed music for classical orchestras, ballets and award-winning feature films.

Accompanied by Dhulipala Srirama Murthy (Mridangam) and Tanmoy Bose (Tabla), this one-off event will see Dr L.Subramaniam present an evening of the very best classical Indian music.

Don’t miss this rare opportunity to see a living legend of world music live in Bradford.

“Simply the best… the greatest classical Indian violinist of our time…” Sunday Times, Dubai


This performance is part of Pictureville’s India On Film season – an exclusive and Bradford-specific film season to mark the 70th anniversary of Indian Independence. See some of the most exciting new films coming out of India or why not experience a much loved classic on the big screen again?

For more information visit: www.scienceandmediamuseum.org.uk/cinema/

Supported by Film Hub North.

In association with Asian Sunday, Asian Style and Asian Standard.

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