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Milap Presents

Music for the Mind & Soul

Please note that the start time for this concert is now 7pm, instead of the previously advertised 8pm.

Milap’s transcendental Music for the Mind and Soul series returns to the Music Room this Autumn with a Carnatic weekend.

Taking the stage in Liverpool for the very first time, Ramana Balachandran; a child prodigy veena artist from Bengaluru, performs an Indian classical set, interpreting Carnatic (South Indian) ragas with refreshing perspective and unique virtuosity. Balachandran has quickly established himself as a musician with incredible talent and bold creativity, making him one of the most sought-after artists on the scene today.

Balachandran is known to make courageous choices as musician, often choosing the most challenging compositions to perform, along with giving audiences a special experience combining his talents as a vocalist along with his veena. He’ll be accompanied by an ensemble of Indian percussionists.

Book tickets for both Music for the Mind and Soul events on Friday 14 October and Saturday 15 October, and get £3 off.


9% administrative fee applies for online & telephone orders.
A £2.50 postage fee is applicable on all orders if opting for postal delivery.
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