CARNEGIE HALL PRESENTS

Performance Sunday, May 3, 2015 | 3 PM

Neighborhood Concert: Falu's Bollywood Orchestra

Jamaica Performing Arts Center
Falu and her Bollywood Orchestra take inspiration from North Indian classical music and contemporary pop and jazz as they perform songs set to Bollywood film clips from the ’60s through the ’80s, along with music from her first two albums. Bollywood, a tongue-in-cheek term describing the vast Bombay-based film industry, is known for its infectious music and exciting production numbers. Falu’s Indian vocals backed by a Western orchestra of strings, bass, guitar, and percussion with the Indian tabla, harmonium, and bansuri (Indian bamboo flute) bring the spirit of Bollywood to New York.

Performers

  • Falu, Vocals
    Gaurav Shah, Vocals and Harmonium
    Soumya Chatterjee, Violin
    Chris Sholar, Electric Guitar
    Danny Blume, Acoustic Guitar and Bass
    Greg Gonzalez, Percussion
    Deep Singh, Tabla and Percussion
  • Decoda
    ·· Karen Kim, Violin
    ·· Anna Elashvili, Violin
    ·· Claire Bryant, Cello
    ·· Meena Bhasin, Viola
Jamaica Performing Arts Center
153-10 Jamaica Avenue (at 153rd Street) | Queens
RSVP: 718-618-6170 ext. 300 | jcal.org

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