Folk traditions to come alive

Unique concert

Folk traditions to come alive

A ‘Bhojpuri’ and contemporary Indian folk concert will take place on July 24 and 25, 9.30 pm onwards at Windmills Craftworks, 331 Road, 5b EPIP Zone. Whitefield. The concert will feature Kalpana Patowary on vocals, Kakul Bharali on the keyboard, Santonu Borah on the guitar, Raja Das on the ‘banjo’, Amar Ram on ‘dholak’ and Dhan Bora on percussions.

Often hailed as the Bhojpuri queen, Kalpana Patowary’s body of work is vast, exploring the intersections between Bhojpuri music and other folk traditions, including blues and jazz.
Kalpana Patowary is from Assam, and has carved herself a special niche in the Bhojpuri music world.

She is credited with reviving and promoting Bhojpuri music all over the world and bringing back traditional forms of music to the International stage. Tickets are available at the venue and bookmyshow.com. For details, call 8880233322.

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