Now in its third year, join GemArts and MUSICON at Durham University for Indian Spring Colours, to celebrate the season with a series of concerts showcasing the best of Hindustani classical music. Embracing the spirit of new life, playfulness, and the appreciation of beauty that characterises spring in Indian arts immerse yourself in the timeless melodies of classical ragas, perfectly capturing the essence of the season.
Satwinder Pal Singh
Known as the ‘instrument of a hundred colours,’ Satwinder Pal Singh’s sarangi recital will launch this year’s Indian Spring Colours concert series with an evening of beautiful ragas.
Now based in the UK Satwinder began his musical journey in Punjab, India at a young age with training from his father Ustad S.Shaminder Pal Singh ji. His father is an A-grade Sarangi Player and Staff Artist at All India Radio, Jalandhar and disciple of Sarangi Sammrat Padam Bhushan Ustad Sabri Khan Saheb. Satwinder will be accompanied on tabla by Rabab Singh.
Presented by GemArts, MUSICON and Durham University
Box Office: GemArts Eventbrite / Tickets can be purchased on the door (cash only)