Darbar Festival 2015 Highlights

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Ustad Irshad Khan and Kausihiki Chakraborty (double bill concert)

Sun 20 September, 01:00 PM, Queen Elizabeth Hall

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Saraswati Veena and The Percussion Masters (double bill concert)

Thu 17 September, 06:30 PM, Purcell Room at Queen Elizabeth Hall

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Spirit of Hindustani and Carnatic Ragas (double bill concert)

Fri 18 September, 06:30 PM, Purcell Room at Queen Elizabeth Hall

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Chant Dhrupad: Pelva Naik

Sat 19 September, 02:00 PM, Southbank Centre

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Seduced by the Sitar & Khayal (double bill concert)

Sun 20 September, 06:30 PM, Southbank Centre

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Morning Bliss: Ustad Bahauddin Dagar

Sun 20 September, 10:00 AM, Southbank Centre

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Margam: a classical dance recital by Seeta Patel

Sun 20 September, 07:30 PM, Southbank Centre

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Yogabliss to Live Music

Sat 19 September, 03:00 PM, Spirit Level (Blue Room) at Royal Festival Hall

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Indian Music Course

Mon 14 September, 07:30 PM, Blue Room at Royal Festival Hall

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