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    Hindustani Classical Vocal Concert by Dr. Vikas Kashalkar

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    August 18, 2012


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    Hindustani Classical Vocal Concert by Dr. Vikas Kashalkar

    A noted and illustrious Hindustani classical vocalist, scholar, teacher and musicologist, Pandit Vikas Kashalkar (www.vikaskashalkar.com), represents the confluence of three musical traditions of India - the Gwalior, Agra, and Jaipur Gharana. Dr. Kashalkar was hailed by one and all when he gave a series of 'baithaks' (house concerts) in Austin in 2009. He will be accompanied by Dhananjay Kharwandikar (Tabla) and Makarand Kharwandikar (Harmonium).



    Pt Vikas Kashalkar will also conduct Vocal Workshops during his stay in Austin. Please contact us for more details.


    Jones Auditorium, Ragsdale Center, St. Edwards University

    3001 S. Congress Avenue
    Austin, TX 78704

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    Admission Info:

    Free for ICMCA Members.

    Regular: $20

    Students and Seniors: $10


    General Day and Time Info:

    6:30 -9:30 pm


    Phone: 5128959524


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