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This morning (15th Dec 2013), I went to the Russian Cultural Centre to listen to a trans-continental  (my description) fusion music of Anil Srinivasan on the Piano, Sikkil Gurucharan on the vocals rendering carnatic music and Sekar on the Cello.

Why Trans-Continental? Piano and Cello are instruments of European origin (and so is Violin), the vocal music was Carnatic, the percussionist being a tabla player, hence Hindustani and they also played ‘Swan Lake’ of Tchaikovsky (of Russia). The underlying theme was ‘Swan’ from beginning to end. Let’s now get to the concert.

Read more on this concert review here