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Indus Festival: Indian Classical Music

Friday 1 March 2019
Storey's Field Centre, Eddington, Cambridge (Just off Huntingdon Road)

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Will now  be avail on the door of the venue from 18:30 

Nitin Amin is a progressive flautist from Pune India, in the genre of Hindustani or North Indian Classical Music.

He plays the Gayaki( Vocal) style, and has developed his own design of the Bamboo flute, which allows him to explore the vocal style to the fullest extent. His pursuit is guided by one of the foremost vocalists of India, Smt. Padma Talwalkar, who helped him transcend the limitations of the flute.

Jonathan Mayer: Jonathan began his musical training at the early age of 5 with Violin, Piano & Composition. He started his initial training under the western sitarist Clem Alford who was a disciple of Sachindra Nath Saha, Senia Gharana (Tradition)

Running time:

Approximately 150 minutes

All running times are approximate and subject to change