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Touring musicians bring Indian music to Nevada City

Whether coming to Indian music for the first time or a dyed-in-the-wool sitar and tabla appreciator, tonight’s concert by virtuosi Roshan Jamal Bhartiya and Ty Burhoe should be memorable.

Having studied with the great tabla maestro Ustad Zakir Hussain, Burhoe is recognized for creating unusual collaborations that weave tabla with the traditions of Jazz, African, Flamenco, Rock, Celtic, Chinese, Bluegrass and fusion. He has recorded and performed with a score of musical greats, and his warm personality makes him an audience favorite.

Bhartiya has appeared on television and radio and in film in India and has traveled as a cultural delegate. His musicianship is outstanding from a technical perspective as a classically trained musician and his playful, inspirational spirit shines through his music.



This appearance is part of the pair’s West Coast tour.

WHAT: Music from India with Roshan Jamal Bhartiya & Ty Burhoe




WHEN: Tonight at 7

WHERE: Phillips School of Massage, 101 Broad St., Ste. B, Nevada City

(upstairs from BellaVista Restorante, on the corner of Broad and Sacramento streets)

ADMISSION: Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the door, and are available at Briar Patch Community Market in Grass Valley; Harmony Books and Yabobo in Nevada City

INFORMATION: Call 274-1770 for reservations. Floor sitters, please bring a cushion to sit on.


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