Australia's leading Indian musicians, singer and sitar player Sarangan Sriranganathan and tabla player Bobby Singh, create a musical dialogue with Sydney jazz duo, Sandy Evans on sax and Brett Hirst on bass.
Trained in Hindustani Music (Sitar) and Carnatic Music (Vocal and Veena) Sri Lankan born Sarangan Sriranganathan is known for his mesmerizing voice, enchanting sitar playing and original compositions.
One of Australia’s leading saxophonists and composers, Sandy Evans performs regularly with the Sandy Evans Trio, The catholics, the Australian Art Orchestra among many others. She has received an OAM, AIR Best Independent Jazz Record 2011, Australian Jazz Musician of The Year 2003, and three ARIA Awards. Brett Hirst is a member of the Sandy Evans Trio, pop rock band Lior, the Mark Isaacs Resurgence Band, James Muller Trio and others.
This unique musical union will entrance you with soulful melodies, breathtaking improvisations, hypnotic grooves and stunning percussion solos.
SANDY EVANS; Tenor and Soprano Saxophone
SARANGAN SRIRANGANATHAN, Sitar and vocals
BRETT HIRST, Bass
There are a limited number of discounted tickets for primary and secondary students subsidised by generous donations from Adelaide Festival Centre Foundation and Australian Trustee Charitable Trust. Bookings 8205 2220.
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