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Sun, 14 Feb


Chittaranjan Park

House Concert Delhi | Session 82

A Socially Distanced House Concert in Delhi with 20 spots only. At 6 pm on Sunday with 2 wonderful acts, Singer-Producer Bhau from Jammu and Indian Classical Duo Shubham Sarkar (Violin) & Ujjwal Kumar (Ghatam). Don't be late!

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House Concert Delhi | Session 82
House Concert Delhi | Session 82

Time & Location

14 Feb 2021, 6:00 pm IST

Chittaranjan Park, Chittaranjan Park, New Delhi, Delhi, India


About the Event

House Concert Delhi Session 82! A Socially Distanced House Concert with very limited seats.

Singer-Producer Bhau from Jammu and Indian Classical Duo Shubham Sarkar (Violin) & Ujjwal Kumar (Ghatam) from Delhi. 


BHAU(Rohit Singh Bhau) is a Dogri-Hindi Musician/Music Producer from Jammu, J&K. He released his debut album 'Phir Se Qareeb' in 2018. After a year of break from releasing songs, BHAU made a comeback with Dogri tracks in 2020 which saw him exploring Alt R&B & Hip-Hop music. He's also worked with Vasu Dixit, Kapow!, Fakeer, The Hearsay and other music acts

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Shubham Sarkar (Violin)

SHUBHAM SARKAR is an upcoming popular Hindustani classical violinist from Delhi, who belongs to the Bhagalpur Mishra Gharana. He has been awarded TARANA YUVA PRATIBHA award by well-known maestro Grammy awardee Padma Bhushan Pt. Vishwa Mohan Bhatt. Shubham has given his violin performances in more than 10 countries which includes Austria, Belgium, Israel, Russia, Denmark, Sweden to name a few. He has performed violin solo recital at the prestigious Taj Mahotsav-Festival. Shubham has also performed during the celebration of 71st Independence Day of India, on 15th August, 2017 in Vivekanand Cultural Centre, Embassy of India Dushanbe, Tajikistan. Shubham is also a Western Classical Trained Violinist and has achieved Grade 4 degree from Delhi School of Music under Trinity College, London.

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Ujjwal Kumar (Ghatam)

Ujjwal Kumar is a percussionist from New Delhi, he has been doing live music for the past 17 years. He has been classically trained in tabla and has then transformed his skills to other percussion instruments. He plays over 20 instruments and is currently playing the "Ghatam" and is one of the very few percussionists in the world to have developed a fusion style with this Carnatic instrument. He is also one of the first in the world to fuse ghatam and the handpan together to create a serene/trance-like live music experience.

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The usual rules apply with social distancing protocols and Covid safety measures in place for this concert on Sunday Evening. Don't be late!


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