Indian Classical Music Club


21 January 2016


Banister School

Art Asia and Southampton Music Hub are excited to announce Indian Classical Music Club.

Launched in November 2015, the new club  is for those with an interest or love for Indian Classical Music.

Evenings include presentations on Indian classical music – the history, instruments, Ragas (Scales), Talas (rhythmic cycles) and short performances from renowned musicians.

The next event (January) will feature renowned international musicians Dharambir Singh (Sitar) and Sanju Sahai (Tabla)

Dharambir Singh is one of the most prominent Sitar player and Indian Music educator based in England. Disciple of the legendary Sitar maestro Ustad Vilayat Khan, Dharambir has truly imbibed the sound of the rich Imdad Khani and Vilayat Khani Gharana (style).

Sanju Sahai (also known as Vishnu Sahai) , is currently one of the finest and most sought after Tabla players of his generation. Belonging to the Benares Gharana (lineage) and being the 6th generation of Tabla players in the lineage, he began playing at an early age. Being a child prodigy, he gave his first Tabla solo performance at a major festival in Benares at the tender age of 9. He gained his Bachelor of Music at the age of 13 and Master of Music at 18 years of age.



Dharambir Singh Video Clips

Sanju Sahai Video Clips 


Date Time
21st January  7pm – 9pm
17th March 7pm – 9pm
19th May 7pm – 9pm
28th July 7pm – 9pm
15th September 7pm – 9pm

Banister School, Archers Road, Soton, SO15 2LS.

£5 adults / £3 – under 16’s

To join the club or find out our next dates call 023 8022 6212/07592 058336 or email