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Hindustani music, dance programmes

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MANGALORE: The city-based Sangeet Bharati Foundation has organised a series of Hindustani music and classical dance programmes across the country, beginning with Mangalore on Sunday.

The foundation's vice-president Narendra L. Nayak said in a statement here that the first programme would feature vocal recital by Neela Bhagavath and jugalbandi by Sarwar Hussain (Sarangi) and Ankush N. Nayak (Sitar) at 6 p.m. at the Town Hall here. Other programmes at the same venue include Kathak by Nirupama and Rajendra troupe from Bangalore (October 3), Santoor recital by Tarun Bhattacharya of Kolkota and flute by Ronu Mazumdar of Mumbai followed by renditions by Upendra Bhat, Puttur Narasimha Nayak and Shankar Shanubhog (November 21). Programmes at Mumbai would be organised on December 4 and January 22, and at Pune (December 5), Kolkota (December 26) and Goa (January 21). Several renowned artistes will be participating in the programmes, Mr. Nayak said.

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