OMAHA – A trio of three maestros from India will perform at the Third Annual Fall Classical Musical Concert on the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) campus on Saturday, Nov. 8.
Muley will perform on the Indian Santoor, an ancient string instrument native with origins in Persia; ZT will perform on the Hammered Dulcimer, a harp-like instrument with origins dating back thousands of years to Greek society; and Kalyanpur will perform on the Tabla, a set of percussion instruments similar to bongos with origins in India dating back to 200 B.C.E.
Cost for the event is $20 for the general public and $10 for students with an ID. Groups or individuals can also pay for sponsorships for the evening, which includes two reserved second-row seats for $100 or two reserved front-row seats and dinner with the artists for $200.
The Bengali Association of Nebraska, a nonprofit organization established in 2006 to serve the Bengali population in Omaha, Lincoln and other surrounding areas, is hosting the event.
Tickets for the event can be purchased in advance at http://baneonline.org/ or day-of at the door.
For additional information, please contact Charley Reed, UNO media relations coordinator, at 402.554.2129 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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