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ICMCA presents Violin Legend Dr. L Subramaniam

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Presented by Indian Classical Music Circle of Austin (ICMCA) at Westlake Community Performing Arts Center, Austin TX

Nov 02 2019
ICMCA presents Violin Legend Dr. L Subramaniam

A Carnatic Violin concert by the legendary Violinist Dr. L Subramaniam accompanied by Tanmoy Bose on the Tabla and Mahesh Krishnamurthy on the Mridangam

Dr L. Subramaniam is justly celebrated as one of India’s greatest composers, musicians, and artistic guides. With just a violin at his command, this global artist has transcended all cultural and geographic barriers and in doing so, earned accolades and awards from critics, arts organizations and governments in over 30 countries. In a special pure-classical performance, the violin maestro will take Austin raasikas on a spectacular journey of Carnatic ragas and compositions.

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ADMISSION INFO

Buy Tickets: ICMCA
https://www.icmca.org/
($30, $20, $10 Student)
Free for ICMCA 2019 Members

Contact: 512-895-9524

Email: icmca.committee@gmail.com

INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES*

Additional time info:

Saturday November 2  @ 7:00pm

4100 Westbank Dr, Austin TX 78746
 
Buy Tickets: ICMCA
($30, $20, $10 Student)
Free for ICMCA 2019 Members

* Event durations (if noted) are approximate. Please check with the presenting organization or venue to confirm start times and duration.

VIDEOS

  • Dr. L Subramaniam - Live at Royal Albert Hall , London

LOCATION

Westlake Community Performing Arts Center

4100 Westbank Drive, Austin, TX 78746

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