Hindustani Classical Music : Sangeet Mishra on Sarangi & Bobby Singh on Tabla Sun 26th June 4-6pm

Hindustani Classical Music : Sangeet Mishra on Sarangi  & Bobby Singh on Tabla Sun  26th June  4-6pm

At the super resonant acoustic venue, Kindlehill Performance Space, 8 Lake st Wentworth Falls (Parking at Rear)
Book tickets here

$30\ $25 conc

!!IGroup booking deals for 6 people at $22 per person!!

U18's $10 for first child in family- the rest free.

About Sangeet Mishra and the sarangi.

Sangeet Mishra and his musician father Santosh come from a long lineage of sarangi players from India's holiest city, Varanasi, and have performed with leading artists all around India and the world.

Sarangi is an Indian bowed instrument with about 50 strings. Its sound is considered to match the human voice most closely, and its name literally means "hundred colours", reflecting the wide range of tones and moods it can evoke. An extremely difficult instrument, the art of sarangi is slowly dying. The sound is that of ancient spiritual India.

About Bobby and the Tabla.
Born and raised in England, Bobby spent a great deal of his childhood in Mumbai studying at Sangeet Mahabharati, an institute of music started by the great tabla maestro Pandit Nikhil Ghosh. Recognised with a great talent at a young age is now one of the most sought after tabla players in the world both in traditional Indian classical music and cross cultural genres, Regularly playing alongside cultural icons such as, Grammy award winner Pt Vishwa Mohan Bhatt, John Butler, Slava Grigoryan, Jeoff Lang, Sandy Evans amongst others.

Music Hunter News

Music Hunter News

After a great rest period Music Hunter is back in action with more unique specialty gigs for the discerning audience. Here is a sneak preview of what Music Hunter is presenting in Wentworth Falls during 2016:

SUN 26TH JUNE 4-6PM : Bobby Singh (Tabla) & Sangeet Mishra (Sarangi).

SAT 10TH SEPTEMBER 8PM : Skorba's 2nd album preview: John Robinson, Llew Kiek, John Napier and band leader Andy Busuttil.

LAST WEEKEND IN OCTOBER TBA: Prrim: Satsuki Odamura - koto, Tunji Beier - South Indian percussion, Adrian Sherriff - bass trombone

SUN 4TH DECEMBER 4-6PM: Sixteen Alleluias: Adam Simmons- saxophonist & Nick Tsiavos double bassist.

All concert tix at $30/$25 concession and $22 for group bookings of 6/ 1st child in family is $10.

Music Hunter boosts promo for other projects, Here are two great events in May:

Sunday 22nd of May 3pm till 5pm- JAPANESE ECHOES, An afternoon of Shakuhachi, Koto and Tea Ceremony wWith BRONWYN KIRKPATRICK AND SATSUKI ODAMURA . Kindlehill Performance Space 8 Lake St, Wentworth Falls. Japanese Tea Ceremony demonstration by members of Chado Urasenke Tankokai Sydney Association. Admission: $20/$15 conc. at door

SONS OF SUN – ELVIS, JERRY LEE, JOHNNY AND ME. John Shand in the SMH called the show β€œan innovative hybrid that is part play, part concert.” WHERE: Clarendon Guesthouse, 68 Lurline Street, Katoomba.

WHEN: Saturday 7 May 2016 TICKETS: $29 presale, $34 at the door. Call the Clarendon on 02 47821322 Sons of Sun website: http://sonsofsun.com.au/ Facebook: Sons of Sun - The Sam Phillips Story

Stay tuned for more announcements.

Watch the Interview with John Shand and Music Hunter

Watch the Interview with John Shand and Music Hunter

Mid 2015 a successful crowdfunding campaign raised $5900 from 100 Music Hunter Supporters to assist with sustaining the activities of Music Hunter.
Many said "We love what you are doing, its special and we want you to keep going!"
Music Hunter says a HUGE thank you to you!

Enjoy the interview here and see great snippets of brilliant past shows.:

Since then, we have been improving office systems with paid help, designing a new webpage to launch in 2016 and working on many other surprises.

Simultaneous to the campaign, "The Music Hunter Experience" had a 3 month fun filled and action packed stay in a Katoomba Street shop front from June til September 2015.