Sarangi Day 2009 in Kathmandu

September 23rd, 2009 Posted in News

We invite our friends in Nepal to join us for Sarangi Day 2009, a celebration of traditional music in Nepal. The Nepali program runs from 2-6 PM, October 9th at the Nepal Tourism Board’s Auditorium Hall, Bhrikutimandap Marg, just east of Ratna Park in Kathmandu.

This year’s event will showcase several Gandharba musicians from all over Nepal, as well as a Nepali-Language screening of the Mountain Music Project film (at 4PM).
At 7 PM, we’ll move the show to the Northfield Cafe in Thamel, with several performances for our tourist friends. Admission to both events is free and open to the public.
Sarangi Day 2009 will feature the traditional musical stylings of Gopilal Gandhari, Hum Bahadur, Junga Bahadur, Akal, Lal Bahadur, and Bartha Gandharba, Shyam Nepali, the Samundra band, a dohori group, and several performances from the Gandharba Cultural & Arts Organization, our brothers in cultural preservation here in Nepal.
Hope to see you there!
  1. 2 Responses to “Sarangi Day 2009 in Kathmandu”

  2. By MMBenzle on Sep 30, 2009

    Does the Mountain music project have any internships available? I have interned for the Outer voices project before and am looking to volunteer.

  3. By The Mountain Music Project on Sep 30, 2009

    @ MMBenzie – if you happen to be in Kathmandu this upcoming week, we can certainly use some help promoting the event. If you're back in the states, please write us at mountainmusicproject at gmail …

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