Legends to come together

Legends to come together

In Memory

Shrutiyaan and ‘Pandit’ Chatur Lal Memorial Society are presenting Muskurahat, a classical music concert dedicated to tabla maestro Pandit Chatur Lal, on March 14, 7 pm at Indiranagar Club, 9th Main, 4th Cross, Indiranagar.

On the occasion, there will be a sitar recital by Pandit Shubhendra Rao, accompanied on tabla by Pranshu Chatur Lal with flute legend Hari Prasad Chaurasia and Pandit Vijay Ghate on tabla and a blending with live painting by Sandhya K Sirsi.

The concert series have been named Muskurahat as an initiative to celebrate womanhood and create an awareness to encourage remarriage. Pandit Chatur Lal was an internationally acclaimed percussionist.

He was also the first Indian percussionist to be Oscar nominated and was a Bafta award winner with Pandit Ravi Shankar in 1955 for giving music in the Canadian movie ‘A Chairy Tale’.