Norah Jones live
Grammy award winner and world-renowned American jazz singer-songwriter, Norah Jones will perform in the country for the first time. Daughter of the late tabla maestro
Pt Ravi Shankar, Norah came into limelight with her singles Come away with me and bagged five awards at the 45th Grammy Awards. On her tour to India, she will be supported by Portland singer-songwriter and guitarist M Ward. Venue: Siri Fort Auditorium, August Kranti Marg, March 5.
Time: 7 pm. Tickets available at bookmyshow.com.
One of the popular artists who has enjoyed over 20 years of success in the music industry and has won various awards from the Asian reggae and mainstream music industry, Apache Indian is back to the City.† He is all set to create his magic and enthrall his fans. Also performing would ne DJ Navendu and Reggae Rajahs. Venue: Tarami’s Raasta Lounge, Hauz Khas Village, March 1. Time: 8 pm. Entry at the venue.
Treat from Russia
To mark the 140th birth anniversary of the legendary Russian opera singer Fedor Shalapin, the Russian Centre of Science and Culture (RCSC) presents a concert ‘From Russia with love’. The musical fest will comprise masterpieces of Russian vocal music† by P Chaikovskiy, S Rakhmaninov, M Glinka, A Dargomyzhskiy, A Gurilev and the performances by winners of Russian musical concerts. Venue: RCSC, Ferozshah Road, March 1. Time: 6 pm.
Entry is free.
DJ Barkha is all set to make this weekend rocking as she is will churn out some Bollywood music mixed with electro house. She will force you to come on dance floor and groove to her music. Barkha is a model, trained in Djing and has just stepped into this
industry. Venue: Rhino, South point mall, Gurgaon, March 2. Time: 10 pm.
Entry at the venue.
Classical music festival
India Habitat Centre is organising two-day Indian Classical Music Festival.† The first day of the event will have vocal recital by Souda-mini Venkatesh from Bangalore. It will be followed by Santoor recital by Sudip Kumar Ghosh from Kolkata. The second day will have vocal recital by Anjana Kusari from Kolkata and Mohan Veena recital by Neel Ranjan Mukherjee. Venue: Indian Habitat Centre, Lodhi, March 4, 5. Time: 7 pm.