About this Event
Saudha Society of Poetry and Indian Music is a leading platform for South Asian as well other global classical arts. Saudha is critically acclaimed for its series of experimental productions merging poetry, music and painting seamlessly so that each can complement and interpret each other. Saudha attract audiences from all heritages through its series of presentations, mingling and bridging arts from different corners of the world.
Curated by poet Ahmed Kaysher, the Saudha Bangla Music Festival brings the evolution of exciting genres of Bengali music that originated from 730AD. Counted as the largest celebration of Bengali music outside the Indian subcontinent, the festival presents diverse genres of Bengali music from ancient Charajapada, Vaishnav, Ramprasadi, Toppa to Ponchokobi and modern experimental music in different venues around London and other cities, including Birmingham, Oxford and Leeds.
The session at Keats House presents a reflection on Keats' idea of truth and beauty interpreted through Tagorian and pre-Tagorian Bengali music. Performers include the talented interpreter touring from India, Sri Arunasish Roy, and one of the best British Bangladeshi singers, Srimati Gouri Choudhury.
Find out more about Saudha Society of Poetry and Indian Music at www.saudha.org
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Keats House, 10 Keats Grove, London, United Kingdom