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Debpriya and Samanwaya with Tanmoy Bose - Vocal/Sitar Jugalbandi

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Debpriya and Samanwaya with Tanmoy Bose - Vocal/Sitar Jugalbandi by Society for Indo-american Arts (SIA) in Friendswood

Event Type: Entertainment Event


7/24/2021 - 7/24/2021 

Admission : Suggested Donation : $ 3.50 + $ 0.11 Service fee

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Debpriya and Samanwaya with Tanmoy Bose - Vocal/Sitar Jugalbandi

This jugalbandi of two of India's foremost young artists accompanied by renowned tabla player Tanmoy Bose, is unusual in that it is a duet with vocal and sitar instead of the more common duets of two instrumentalists or two vocalists.

 


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Start Date : 7/24/2021
End Date : 7/24/2021
Start Time : 8:00:00 PM
Venue : Virtual Event  
Friendswood , TX 77546  
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Host : Society for Indo-american Arts (SIA)
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The mission of SIA is to promote multidisciplinary cultural arts of India in the World Music context and to promote cross-cultural brotherhood through arts