Sunday 1 March 2020 | 3pm
Northern Tamil Association is proud to present வசந்த கால ராகங்கள் (Spring Melodies) on March 1st 2020. This is an unique 2 in1 concert by Lydian Nadhaswaram & family and Multilinguistic singer Vijay Prakash & band.
Lydian Nadhaswaram is a young Indian pianist from Chennai, Tamil Nadu who has been considered a child prodigy. In 2018, He won the CBS talent show The World's Best. Lydian has received various national and international accolades for his undisputed excellence on the piano. His father Sathish Varshan, Tamil music director and his sister Amirthavarshini, acclaimed vocalist & flautist will also be performing in this show.
Vijay Prakash is a famous multilinguistic playback singer, who has sung for almost all the leading music composers of our times. He is one of the lead singers of 'Jai Ho' from the Oscar and Grammy award winning blockbuster 'Slumdog Millionaire'. Many of his recent chart buster songs have been composed by AR Rahman. Having performed across the globe & received many national awards, Vijay Prakash judges various reality talent TV shows & successfully mentored many aspiring musicians. He will be performing with upcoming artists from Zee TV show and cine/ TV fame instrumentalists.
Northern Tamil Association’s, வசந்த கால ராகங்கள் (Spring Melodies) has all the ingredients for the perfect musical evening: stunning line up of artists, live band with exceptional singing and world class instrumentalists.
Join us on this 1st of March, to enjoy the musical spectacle with your family & friends.
For sponsors & VIP Tickets, contact Madan - 07886602689, Sivabalan - 07962324491
Premium Stall Seats - Full price: £51.00 | Child: £41.00
Standard Stall Seats - Full price: £41.00 | Child: £33.00
Balcony Seats - Full price: £26.00 | Child: £21.00
Age guidance: Considered suitable for all ages
Running time: 4 hours (including a 20-minute interval)
All companion/carer tickets must be booked through Box Office via phone or in person.
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