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Published on 08 Mar 2013 | over 3 years ago

Darbar Festival presents the very best classical music to our audiences through amazing concerts from the finest musicians from Indian classical music and Carnatic music. In this performance, we present Nina Burmi, one of the UK's leading exponents of the 'Kirana' Gharana Style of Hindustani classical vocal. Naturally gifted with a melodious and resonant voice, which extends uniquely across a range of three octaves, Nina effortlessly captures the exquisite yet vibrant and dynamic emotions of Hindustani classical music.

Nina is best known for her youthful flair with mature virtuosity - whether khayal, thumri or bhajan. Her training began at an early age with Shree Surjit Singh Raja. Her style, classism, and maturity was developed under the tutelage from distinguished maestro Ustad Dilshad Khan and Begum Parveen Sultana.

Accompanying NIna in this amazing performance, is the world famous Pandit Ramesh Mishra on Sarangi and Sanju Sahai on tabla. This recording was made during the Darbar Festival 2006.

Darbar Festival was established in 2006 and takes place annually in London. It gives audiences the opportunity to explore some of the best improvised classical music in the world. At Darbar, we make it easy for you to enjoy the various traditions as we are the only festival that puts on Hindustani (North Indian), Carnatic (South Indian) and Dhrupad (India’s oldest yet timeless tradition) all on one stage, together right here in London.

We present amazing musicians and the best Indian instrumental music and vocalists from all over the world. You will hear tabla, sitar, veena, flute alongwith other instruments presenting Carnatic music and the Hindustani traditions.

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