The Indian Fine Arts of San Diego presents 6th annual Music and Dance Festival March 19-24

The Indian Fine Arts of San Diego is celebrating its 6th annual Music and Dance Festival from March 19 to March 24, at the Jewish Community Center in La Jolla. This organization is dedicated to the propagation of classical Indian music and dance in Southern California.

This year, the festival has a fantastic line-up of world renowned vocal and instrumental artists of both the Hindustani and the Carnatic traditions of Indian music from India and around the world. Among the many highlights of the program is a jugalbandi: a concert that will showcase the virtuosity of two female artists, and a melodious vocal concert by a skilled master.

The festival will also present some of India’s most talented and most engaging percussionists who will be playing on such diverse instruments as the kanjira, the tabla, the ghatam, and the mridangam. Audiences are also certain to be enthralled by the captivating music of such wind instruments as the shennai, the flute, and string instruments like violin.

Throughout the festival you will have the opportunity to taste a wide range of Indian vegetarian cuisine from the South to the North and everywhere in between. The festival is certainly a must attend event for all, as it promises to delight the eyes, the ears, and the stomach.

Please visit the Indian Fine Arts web site at http://www.indianfinearts.org for additional information and to purchase tickets.

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