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SOLD OUT: Sheela Bringi: Hindustani Harp Project
February 16 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm| $20 - $25
An evening of rare and beautiful artistry, Hindustani harpist, singer, and bansuri flautist Sheela Bringi performs classical Indian music reimagined for harp and voice, plus soulful devotional ballads (bhajans), Indian folk melodies, and original songs.
Sheela Bringi – harp, vocals, bansuri
William Rossel – tabla
Wallace Harvey – violin
Brent Kuecker – harmonium
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Indian American musician Sheela Bringi has been exploring the connections between her ancestral and actual homelands her entire life. The singer and instrumentalist plays the harp, harmonium, and bansuri—an Indian classical bamboo flute. As a young woman, Bringi was influenced by M.I.A. and Dead Can Dance, studied with Cecil Taylor and Meredith Monk, while at the same time deepened her studies with Indian classical masters like Pandit G.S. Sachdev and Ustaad Aashish Khan. She has released two albums as a solo artist and recorded on over 20 sacred music records, including the 2016 Grammy-nominated Bhakti Without Borders. Bringi tours internationally and has collaborated with artists such as Idan Raichel, Karsh Kale, DJ Drez, Dave Stringer, and many others.
*This performance is SOLD OUT. Due to our limited capacity, there will not be any tickets for sale at the door. Thank you for your understanding.