- Jan 19 2023
- 6:00 pm
Park After Dark: India
World Tour Entertainment & Concert Series
First Stop: India featuring Kanada Narahari
Event Information: Relish the intricate melodies and complex rhythms of India with Sitar virtuoso, Indian vocalist, and composer Dr. Kanada Narahari. Well known for his classical, semi-classical, and world music, Narahari is a renowned sitar player having performed around the globe with world-renowned artists.
Participating Food Truck: Twisted Tikka – serving authentic Indian Cuisine
About The Artist: Dr. Kanada Narahari (Kanada Raghava) was born in Manchikeri, a small village in western ghats, Karnataka, India to his illustrious parents, Vidvan Narahari Keshava Bhat and Sumangala Bhat. His father Vidvan Narahari Keshava Bhat is a renowned Sanskrit scholar, poet and author of many works in Sanskrit on theatre plays and Yakshagaana, a form of traditional performing art. Therefore it is not surprising that, young Kanada Narahari would have been exposed to Indian performing arts, music and literature at very tender age. At the age of nine, he was enrolled to study Carnatic classical vocal with Vidushi Shreedevi Aravind. He began to develop an interest in Hindustani Classical music and was particularly attracted to the Sitar. This then began a new journey. At the exciting age of 22, he initially spent a year under Subrahmanya Hegade, he found solace at the feet of his mentor and teacher, Pundit Sanjeev Korthi. Today he has evolved into an highly accomplished sitar player having performed widely in India, Nepal and South Africa.
Park After Dark World Tour Entertainment and Concert Series Information:
Take a musical and virtual tour around the world. On this tour, experience the sights and sounds of India, Scotland, and Japan without the need to pack a suitcase. It all happens on the Sholom Park stage. Bring a lawn chair and pack some snacks or grab dinner at a participating Food Truck. Register for a Sholom Park Passport for guaranteed attendance to all three World Tour stops, January through March 2023, and experience a “taste” of each country.
Gates Open: 5:15 pm
Entertainment Begins: 6 pm
Cost: $15 per person
Note: No entry after 6:15pm. There is a 14 business day refund policy on this event. No refunds will be given if requested within 14 business days of this event.
Passport Information:Experience a “Taste” of India, Scotland, and Japan. Register for the Sholom Park Passport by December 31, 2022, to receive guaranteed attendance to all three World Tour stops, January through March 2023. In addition to the sights and sounds, Sholom Park Passport holders will also experience a taste of each country. Passports must be present, so they can be stamped to receive each tasting. Bring a lawn chair!
Note: Gates open at 5:15pm; Entertainment starts at 6pm. There is a 25 business day refund policy for passports. No refunds will be given if requested within 25 business days prior to the first passport event date.
Cost: $75 per person
Register with our event partners at Master the Possibilities Education Center!
Please note: You must register each person separately.