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Vocal Recital: Bhuvanesh Mukul Komkali

PERFORMANCE

Vocal Recital: Bhuvanesh Mukul Komkali

Date: Sunday, June 14, 2020, 6 pm

This event is cancelled. Ticket purchases for the event will be automatically refunded by April 9, 2020. Please go here for more information and updates on the Museum’s response to COVID-19.

 

Experience a rich musical legacy with Bhuvanesh Mukul Komkali, the grandson of the legendary singer Pandit Kumar Gandharva and son of eminent vocalist Mukul Shivputra. The powerful classical Indian vocalist draws from this masterful lineage and adds his own inimitable mark. 

 

Komkali will be accompanied on tabla by Sri Sanjay Deshpande and Abhishek Shinkar on harmonium. Komkali has received numerous awards, including the Mallikarjun Mansur Yuva Puraskaar from the Government of Karnataka in 2010 and Sangeet Natak Akademi’s prestigious Ustad Bismillah Khan Yuva Puraskar in 2012. 

 

Presented in associate partnership with Raag-Mala Music Society of Toronto, this performance is part of our 2019/20 Performing Arts season, Listening to Each Other, which pays tribute to the role of the performing arts in preserving culture, spurring social change, and celebrating diversity.

 

*A limited number of $10 tickets for full-time students with valid ID are available through Raag-Mala Toronto. Contact Manoshi Chatterjee at 416.276.5616.

 

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Presented in associate partnership with


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Sponsored by


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With support from


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