Join us for a free afternoon of live and recorded South Asian music to celebrate the conclusion of the exhibition Frankie Goes to Bollywood by McCahon House artist-in-residence Bepen Bhana.
Influences range from traditional classical to improvised East-West fusions and electronica. Performers include Luke Hurley, Balamohan Shingade and the Sargam School of Music from nearby Blockhouse Bay. To mark the occassion, Te Uru will open late especially to catch the day's last light during a special sunset raga.
Frankie Goes to Bollywood publications are now available from Te Uru.
Midday - recordings
East-West fusions and electronica
3pm - Sargam School showcase
4.30pm - Basant Madhur and Luke Hurley
a tabla and guitar fusion with Indian, African, Celtic and blues influences
5.20pm - Balamohan Shingade and Basant Madhur
Sunday 15 May, noon-6pm
420 Titirangi Road, Titirangi. Auckland
Image: Bepen Bhana, Ko Katrina Rāua Ko Salman I Ōtakamiro, Muriwai Katrina Aur Salman Gainet Cattaan, Muriwai Par, 2016. (Katrina and Salman at Gannet Colony, Muriwai)