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Sunday, August 13, 2017 at 18H30

D.B. Clarke Theatre

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Word from the President

Dear Friends,

Kabir Centre is better positioned in 2017 than ever before to serve you in the area of South Asian Arts & Culture. Our networking, both with local & foreign artists, other art organizations in Canada and USA and with potential funding organizations is continuing to grow at a rapid pace and we are well on our way to becoming the premier South Asian Arts organization in Canada. We shall evolve gradually from presentation of events to implementation of projects with specific themes. Around these projects, we shall continue to accommodate individual events which are in line with our mission if not part of our pre-conceived and pre-planned projects. We are beginning our 2017 activities with a collaborative event. We are proud of supporting Shawn Mativetsky, a brilliant tabla artist in the launch of his Tabla Solo ‘Rivers’. Following this we have a series of events forming part of our Pluri-Cité project underlining the diversity and depth of South Asian Art forms in classical music and dance. The project extends essentially over spring time, beginning with a Hindustani Music Concert of Indrani Mukherjee on March 25 and ending with dance concerts and workshops with the fabulous Bharatanatyam exponent Janaki Rangarajan. In between, we shall be collaborating with UQAM and Accès Asie in presenting other music concerts of various genres and workshops as well. As in previous years, the artists are all great virtuosos and it would be a great opportunity for Montrealers to listen to and see them performing their arts. Tickets are already on sale on our website and we hope to see you all in large numbers at each of our events.

- Raghu