FORTHCOMING EVENTS

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The Singing Tree

Tata Theatre, NCPA

Sunday, September 3, 2017 – 7 pm

The Mehli Mehta Music Foundation presents its annual choral concert with over 200 students from the Foundation’s The Singing Tree choirs, the Udayachal High School, Aseema schools and the St. Stephen’s High School. The concert is a culmination of intensive training by Choral Director Mariona Fernández Blanco from the Palau de la Música Catalana in Barcelona. Choristers, ages 6 to 16, will sing music in various languages revolving around the theme of nature.

 

Tickets at Rs. 700 + GST Rs.196 and Rs. 500 + GST Rs.140 will be available at the National Centre for the Performing Arts Box Office as follows:

August 9 – MMMF Patron members / NCPA members
August 12 – Public
Tickets also available on Book My Show

 

Mehli Mehta Music Foundation
B/2 Banoo Mansions
Cumballa Hill Road, Mumbai 400 026
Telephone: 2380 1379 / 2382 3644
www.mmmfindia.org

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Ajay Mallya, Violin

Milen Earath, Piano

November 20, 2017 at 7pm

Little Theatre, NCPA

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The Busch Trio

Omri Epstein – Piano, Mathieu van Bellen – Violin, Ori Epstein – Cello

December 10, 2017 at 7pm

Royal Opera House, Mumbai

Named after the legendary violinist Adolf Busch, this young piano trio has emerged as one of the leading piano trios among the new generation, receiving enthusiastic responses from audiences and critics across Europe. Omri Epstein “the group’s marvellously sensitive pianist”, Mathieu van Bellen, whose “silvery gleam darted eloquently”, and Ori Epstein, with whom “you felt in the grip of a warm hug”, have all won prizes in solo international competitions.

 

Brought together by a shared deep passion for chamber music and inspired by Mathieu’s possession of the “ex-Adolf Busch” J.B. Guadagnini violin (Turin, 1783), they have been recognized for their achievements and their playing with “incredible verve”.

 

Other highlights of 2017 will include the release of their second CD featuring Dvorak’s piano quartets with violist Miguel da Silva, a return to Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw and debut performances in the Louvre Museum in Paris and the Morgan Library in New York.