"a heady, hypnotic mix of Indian rhythms and desert blues…" - The Toronto Star
Date: Sunday, January 26, 2014
Time: 3:30 PM
Location: Sears Recital Hall, Jesse Philips Humanities Center
Expressing her muse through ghazals and Punjabi folk songs, Kiran Ahluwalia explores the language of the heart with beautiful artistry and smoldering intensity. Born in India, raised in Canada, and now living in New York City, her music has garnered praise from critics around the world. Kiran immersed herself in Indian classical music from the time she was seven. She spent a decade of intense study with her guru Vithal Rao beginning in the early 1990s. Ever since her JUNO nominated debut CD, Kiran has been drawing fans and warm reviews. Accompanied by tabla, guitar, bass and more, Kiran promises an intimate concert for her second Dayton appearance.
This event made possible with support from the India Foundation Endowment.
Learn more about Kiran Ahluwalia: http://www.kiranmusic.com/
Tickets: $20 general admission; $15 UD faculty, staff & alumni; $10 UD students and youth. Available through the UD Box Office.