sitar player

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a musician who plays the sitar

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The Emirates NBD Classics is returning for season eight with an evening featuring Indian classical musician and sitar player, Shujaat Khan.
We will arrange for Indian folk dancers and music performances to showcase the traditions of different states in India followed by a spectacular performance by a Japanese sitar player. We also have a number of our Taiwanese friends who will put on dance performances on Indian songs.
Plus, acclaimed sitar player Anoushka Shankar (daughter of Ravi Shankar and half sister of Norah Jones) explains how her latest album is a personal response to the international refugee crisis.
The great sitar player Ustad Vilayat Khan was his uncle.
Pulling it all together was the brilliant Marc Layton-Bennett on drums, conductor Morgan Griffiths and Miles Ashton on the mixing desk, while sitar player Jasdeep Singh-Degun led the youngsters from South Asian arts.
A festival of highlights will also see a blend of Indian classical music and brass as Shri Sriram, the composer and musician who worked on the soundtrack for Life of Pi, joins forces with the Hammonds Saltaire Band, sitar player Jasdeep Degun and bass clarinettist Ben Castle for Just A Vibration, scheduled for July 19 at the Gala.
The visiting musicians will include Arab singers, an Eastern European folk music group, a classical chamber music ensemble, and even Indian sitar player Anoushka Shankar.
The most popular and possibly only name one can think of is sitar player and composer Anoushka Shankar, who has been a great inspiration for many.
KARACHI, July 2 -- A song for UN Women" that was launched on International Women's Day features celebrated Indian sitar player and composer Anoushka Shankar.
The new book "The Journey of the Sitar in Indian Classical Music: Origin, History, and Playing Styles" (published by iUniverse), from sitar player and author Dr.
| Two Daleks keep a watchful eye on, from left, trumpeter Tine Thing Helseth, composer and sitar player Nishat Khan, Proms presenter Katie Derham and singer and broadcaster Cerys Matthews at the launch of the 2013 BBC Proms, which will celebrate the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who PICTURE: BBC/PA Wire
Often described as the "quiet Beatle", George became an admirer of Indian mysticism and famously collaborated with sitar player Ravi Shankar.
Delhi 2 Dublin brings together Tarun Nayar, who handles electronics and plays tabla, Sanjay Seran, violinist Sara Fitzpatrick, guitarist and sitar player Andrew Kim and dhol player Ravi Binning.