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Roopa Panesar: Women Make Music

Roopa Panesar: Women Make Music

ATMA “The Soul” Album Launch by Roopa Panesar

Celebrated sitar player Roopa Panesar presents new music from her upcoming album ATMA, at the Barbican Centre on 18th Feb 2023, in collaboration with some of the finest Indian classical and jazz musicians in the UK today. With its roots taken from the spiritual depths of Indian classical music, ATMA (which translates as ‘the soul’) beautifully portrays life – love, loss, grief, separation and ultimately the bliss of union.  Roopa’s outstanding musical ability has resulted in a stream of high-profile national and international concerts, tours and televised performances including the BBC1 televised VJ75 memorial in the presence of HRH The Prince of Wales, along with her collaboration with the Belgian Symphony Orchestra. Panesar has also collaborated with Mercury Prize winner Talvin Singh, participated in London’s Darbar Festival of Indian classical music, and performed live at WOMAD festival.

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