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Liverpool Milap offers music for the mind and soul

Liverpool-based leading Indian arts and culture organisation Milap continues its Music for the Mind & Soul concert series online this month.

The new Jugalbandi performance on March 27 will feature young flautist J A Jayanth and acclaimed Sarod player Debasmita Bhattacharya (pictured), together performing Raag Sarasangi / Nat Bhairav.

Jaynath is the grandson and disciple of the late Indian flute maestro Shri T S Sankaran, while award-winning rising star Bhattacharya, from Kolkata, started playing the sarod – a stringed instrument used in Hindustani classical music – when she was six.

They will be accompanied by Sai Giridhar on the Mridangam and M T Aditya on the Tabla in the live recording from Chennai.

Milap, which was founded in 1985, is the UK's leading Indian Arts & Culture company. It arranges an annual programme of Indian arts in Liverpool and London and works both nationally and internationally to inspire, educate and entertain.

The Music for the Mind & Soul concert is being broadcast on the Milap YouTube channel on March 27.


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