Dhrupad is the most ancient style of Hindustani classical music to survive in its original form. About six centuries ago, Dhrupad came to be patronized by the royal courts and its complex rendering became intended for highly sophisticated royal audiences. Come hear it live at the City Museum Kathmandu on 20 Sept. 2014.

An evening of exquisite Dhrupad concert
Vishal Bhattarai: Vocal
Inoue Sou: Vocal
Rabin Lal Shrestha: Pakhawaj

DATE: 20 Sept. 2014
TIME: 6:30PM
TICKET: Rs.450

Vishal and Sou trained in Dhrupad music under the Gundecha Brothers in India for 6 years. They began performing together in 2011. Dhrupad music has a tradition of two vocalists performing together in a style called Jugal Bandi. The duo will be joined by renowned tabala player Rabin Lal Shrestha.