Indian Music Night in the Tea Room #125

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Crazy Wisdom Bookstore and Tearoom, 114 S Main Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48104

A monthly tradition that started in 2007. Indian Music Night is a fun, cozy evening of music curated by local tabla player John Churchville with the members of Ann Arbor based Indian fusion group Sumkali. Every month is a different array of music and musicians ranging from the classical, Hindustani and Carnatic, to more folk and fusion styles like Raga Jazz and Bollywood. You will experience the sounds of a musical tradition that dates back over 2000 years brought to life with traditional Indian instruments like the tabla, bansuri, sarod, sitar paired with more traditional western instrumentation like guitar, bass and saxophone. Come early for a seat on one of our most popular nights! Free admission, donations accepted. All ages welcome!

Sumkali LIVE on Tree Town Sound - 107.1 FM

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Sumkali on Ann Arbor's 107.1 FM

Members of Sumkali join host Matthew Altruda on his Tree Town Sound Radio program on Ann Arbor's 107.1 FM. Tune in for a LIVE performance and a discussion.

Sumkali @ The Ark

316 S Main Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48104

Sumkali is very excited to play at the Ark. Please join us for an evening of fusion music that is thrilling blend of Indian classical, Jazz, Funk and more...

Tickets $15

Tickets can be purchased at MUTO @Michigan League Underground, by phone at 734-763-8587 or online at the link provided below.

Indian Music Night in the Tea Room #126

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Crazy Wisdom Bookstore and Tearoom, 114 S Main Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48104

A monthly tradition that started in 2007. Indian Music Night is a fun, cozy evening of music curated by local tabla player John Churchville with the members of Ann Arbor based Indian fusion group Sumkali. Every month is a different array of music and musicians ranging from the classical, Hindustani and Carnatic, to more folk and fusion styles like Raga Jazz and Bollywood. You will experience the sounds of a musical tradition that dates back over 2000 years brought to life with traditional Indian instruments like the tabla, bansuri, sarod, sitar paired with more traditional western instrumentation like guitar, bass and saxophone. Come early for a seat on one of our most popular nights! Free admission, donations accepted. All ages welcome!

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