An evening of Indian classical music

Sitar and tabla concert happens at UVic on Sunday night

Pandit Manu Kumar Seen plays the sitar in a concert at UVic's David Lam Auditorium on Sunday at 7 p.m.

University of Victoria’s Society for Indian Classical Arts presents a sitar concert this weekend at the university’s David Lam Auditorium.

The Nov. 20 show begins at 7 p.m. and features Pandit Manu Seen with Ustad Akram Khan accompanying on tabla.

The society promotes Indian classical arts and hosts to several concerts annually, with most artists visiting from India.

Tickets, $20 or $10 for students, are available at Long & McQuade, Munro’s Books and at the door. Call 250-721-2672 to reserve.

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