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in San Francisco's Glen Park neighborhood
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Tuesday to Sunday
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Sunday, October 12th — 4:30-6:30 pm
sitar and tabla duo play
classical music of North India
a concert of
Hindustani (North Indian) Classical Music.
Joanna Mack, sitar.
Ferhan Qureshi, tabla.
Joanna Mack began her study of Indian Classical sitar in 1997. She spent eight years in Kolkata studying under Pandit Deepak Choudhury, and returned to the U.S. where she has had the honor to study under Ustad Ali Akbar Khan, Sarodia Bruce Hamm and Sangeet Research Academy Guru Partha Chatterjee. She has been teaching and performing since 2006. Read more at JoannaMack.com
Ferhan Najeeb Qureshi is a disciple of the legendary tabla maestro, Ustad Tari Khan. Prior to the training he continues to receive from Ustad Tari Khan, Ferhan took his initial lessons in Hindustani music theory and practice with Surinder Singh Mann. Ferhan studies the Punjab gharana (musical style) of classical tabla, which both of his teachers represent, and has accompanied numerous classical artists vocalists, instrumentalists and dancers) both in the United States and in Pakistan.
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Bird & Beckett’s weekly Sunday concert series
all ages welcome
no cover charge, but your generous donations
at the shows and direct to our nonprofit organization
make it possible for us to pay the musicians
Our events are put on under the umbrella of the nonprofit Bird & Beckett Cultural Legacy Project (the "BBCLP"). That's how we fund our ambitious schedule of 300 or so concerts and literary events every year.
The BBCLP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit...
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