Vobiscum, pilgrims!

Continuing with the Alchemy festival celebrating the arts of India at the Southbank, one of today’s gig was a fusion of West meets East (yes, that’s a cliched line…sue me!) with jazz coming together with Indian classical music in the form of Mumbai Jazz.  With jazz legend Larry Coryell on guitar, Grammy Nominated flautist Ronu Majumdar, fellow flautist Ned McGowan and finally Rajesh Rajbhatt on pakhawaj, it was an interesting night ragas & improvisation.

Because of the set up, getting shots during the main performance was always going to be a challenge, so hats off to Ashanti OMkar for sorting out access to shoot some pictures during the sound-check and the musicians agreeing for me clicking away.  Anyway, some shots from the day and one from the main performance:

That’s it.  My bed now awaits my sleeping head.  Good night, pilgrims!

Food for Thought & Soul: ‘God be merciful to us and bless us, and cause His face to shine upon us.’ —Psalm 67:1

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