Amit Chaudhuri and his band – A Moment of Mishearing
Music, Spoken Word
Saturday 6 October 2012 – 8:30pm
90 York Way, London, N1 9AG. Box Office on 020 7520 1490
Price: £12.50 / £15.50 / £18.50 / £21.50 / Online Savers £9.50*
Part of the Notes and Letters Festival at Kings Place.
The acclaimed, award-winning Indian novelist Amit Chaudhuricomes to London with his multi-media musical show ‘A Moment of Mishearing’, which explores the literary and musical ideas that have shaped his life and work.
Chaudhuri’s project in bringing together Indian classical music with the blues, jazz, and Western popular music led BBC 2’s Late Review to call him "upsettingly multi-talented".
Peter Culshaw writing in Songlines said, "We are used to intellectual, arty Westerners like David Byrne, Paul Simon or Brian Eno doing fusion – here is a Calcutta-born equivalent, and as good as any of them."
‘A Moment of Mishearing’ is a show about memory, chance, music and a city.
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