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Last Big Concert of 2013 - Anoushka Shankar - Tribute to Ravi Shankar - Nov 15

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Good Afternoon Friends.
Nov 2 Penthouse 9 Diwali Party was super-successful... packed event.
God is kind, the links are pouring in - best DIWALI party in DC ever - Penthouse 9
- Here's the link to the ARTICLE by Sherryn Daniel (scroll down a little)
~ (watch out for DC's best NEW YEARS EVE Party) ~

So here's the last big concert of 2013...
ANOUSHKA SHANKAR "LIVE in Concert" Tribute to Ravi Shankar "TRACES OF YOU"
Friday, November 15 - LISNER Auditorium ::
One Link for Discounted Tickets -- ~
:: Use Promo Code "nofee" :: Tickets start at $25 ::

offtopic, I am trying to book a nice venue for new years eve...

More information below...
Regards - Manan


One Link for Discounted Tickets
:: Use Promo Code "nofee" :: Tickets start at $25 :: Manan Singh Katohora & JMD Creations Proudly PromoteThe Last Big Concert of 2013
Date: Friday, November 15
Time: 8 PM
Venue: GW Lisnter Auditorium

Address:[masked]st Street NW Washington, D.C, 20052

This performance is co-presented by GW Lisner Auditorium & Washington Performing Arts Society One Link for Discounted Tickets
:: Use Promo Code "nofee" :: Tickets start at $25 ::
Anoushka Shankar learned the sitar at the feet of her father, legendary Indian musician Ravi Shankar, and has since established herself as a formidable creative voice in her own right. She returns to D.C. after sold-out performances in 2010 and 2012 with her highly-anticipated seventh studio album, Traces Of You, inspired by the idea that everything in the universe leaves an indelible mark, or a subtle “trace”, on those it comes into contact with. Three forms of love – for her father (the late Ravi Shankar), her husband, and her son – are the ultimate inspiration for some of the deepest and most personal music Anoushka has yet written. -
* “She’s one of the most gifted artists in her generation of Indian classical artists.” - Los Angeles
* 'Traces Of You': Anouska's Memorial To Her Father - When Indian music icon Ravi Shankar died last year, his daughter, sitar player and composer Anoushka Shankar, was at work on her seventh album. The recording, Traces of You, became a kind of memorial. Like her father, Anoushka Shankar began her musical life with a serious devotion to Indian classical music. She played her first concert at age 13. All these years later and the musician still pays homage to the august tradition of her instrument, the sitar. Ravi Shankar rubbed shoulders with George Harrison and inspired jazz legends like John Coltrane, but as a musician, he mostly stuck to his tradition. His daughter, on the other hand, has blossomed as a composer, unafraid to experiment with form and instrumentation. Anoushka Shankar's boldest move on her new record was reaching out to her half-sister Norah Jones to sing songs in memory of their father. While Jones is a tremendously versatile and supple musician, we hear a new side of her on "The Sun Won't Set." To appreciate this song, it helps to know that Ravi Shankar's first name means "sun" in Sanskrit. FOR MORE INFORMATION - (202)[masked]