Important update: We are sorry to announce that the Bombay Jayashri concert has been cancelled due to illness. Ticketholders have been contacted regarding refunds. If you have any enquires please contact our Box Office: [email protected]. We apologise for the disappointment we know this will cause. Thank you for your understanding.
Milap presents one of India’s most celebrated and undisputed stars of Indian classical music, Bombay Jayashri as she returns to England for the first time in over 10 years to perform her signature programme of Carnatic compositions and improvisations. Jayashri will perform alongside a stellar ensemble - H N Bhaskar (Violin), Sai Giridhar (Mridangam) and Giridhar Udupa (Ghatam) - all of whom are considered amongst the finest Carnatic musicians. Bombay Jayashri is known for her distinctive vocal range and quality, her incredibly varied repertoire of songs from various Indian languages and is frequently a headliner at major Indian music festivals.
This concert will last approximately 2 hours with no interval.
Presented in partnership with Milap.
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“Bombay Jayashri rose to the occasion as always; her performance was measured, masterly and innovative” (The Asian Age)
“The contemplative quality, her expository technique giving space for creativity, her intuitive and melodic approach; all these lend a spiritual tone to Bombay Jayashri’s music” (The Hindu)
“...a rare Carnatic vocalist who has transcended the barriers of genres; she is equally at ease singing with a Western Orchestra in Helsinki as she is with Sanskrit shlokas at a concert dedicated to Lord Buddha.” (The Asian Age)
About Bombay Jayashri
Bombay Jayashri is a world-renowned Indian classical musician and is instantly familiar to anyone who is a fan of the musical genre. She rarely tours outside of India and returns to the UK after over 10 years to perform just two shows – one in London and one in Liverpool at The Tung Auditorium. The musicians accompanying with her on violin and Indian percussion are also highly sought after and are considered the ‘best of the best’ on the scene today. An incredible opportunity for fans of Indian music across the North of England to experience live.