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'The Next Generation In a Sarod, Sitar, and Tabla'

 

Classical music may be rooted in history but it remains vital and alive, thanks partially to the efforts of its young artists. The Society for Art & Cultural Heritage of India (SACHI), in collaboration with The Palo Alto Art Center and SOHARA, presents a concert of Indian classical music by well-regarded young musicians from the UK on Sunday, Aug. 21, at 4 p.m. at the Palo Alto Art Center, 1313 Newell Road. Arnab Chakrabarty (sarod), Roopa Panesar (sitar) and Sanju Sahai (tabla) will perform. Tickets are $25/$20 for SACHI and Palo Alto Art Center members/50 percent discount for students. Go to event tickets.

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