Famous langha singer Bachu Khan comes to Melbourne on November 18

AWME 2012 is four days of showcasing in Melbourne the finest roots music from around the world. AWME presents Bachu Khan – famous Langha singer from Rajasthan at  Arts Centre Melbourne, Playhouse, 100 St Kilda Road, Melbourne, Sunday, 18 November 2012 at 6.30pm – 9.00pm

Hailing from the Thar Desert in Rajasthan, Bachu Khan is a famed Langha singer, renowned for his high-pitched, open throated, rustic voice. His accompanying musicians play traditional instruments such as the Sarangi, Murli, Surnai, Algoza, Morchang, and Khartal. Langha compositions speak of the loss of separation, the joy of unison and the magical love stories that are an indelible part of the culture of Rajasthan. Bachu Khan is an internationally recognised artist and has performed and collaborated with artists in Germany, England, Japan,

USA, Canada, Spain, Russia, Hungary and Malaysia.

Instrumentation: Bachu Khan – Vocal, indian harmonium 
Sarangi Player – sarangi 
Algoza Player – Algoza 
Khadtaal Player – khadtaal 
Backing Vocalist – Vocal

Price:         $55   TICKETS ON SALE NOW!
Bookings:   1300 182 183* www.artscentremelbourne.com.au* *Transaction fee applies 



AWME 2012

Dates 15 – 18 November 2012

Venues Arts Centre Melbourne, The Hi-Fi, Lounge, Toff in Town and Ding Dong Lounge

Web www.awme.com.au


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