NCPA Presents Saturday Soul Featuring Mallika Barot

This concert will showcase Mallika Barot as a solo artiste with a formidable range of musical taste and vocal skill. The vibe of the show will be a mixture of Western contemporary and classic music, in the genres of rock pop, funk, neo-soul and R&B, representing some of the most prolific composers and singers. The setlist includes songs by Stevie Wonder, Chaka Khan, Prince, Beatles, Esperanza Spalding, Vulfpeck and Jacob Collier, to name a few. These songs represent the artistes and writers who have personally inspired Barot and influenced her musical journey presented through a personal interpretation of her unique style.


Representing an illustrious family going back generations, Mallika Barot is the grand daughter of legendary Kathak exponent Sitara Devi and daughter of Ranjit Barot, an established drummer and producer in the Indian classical World Jazz fusion and commercial genres. Mallika will be accompanied by Gulraj Singh-Keys, Rick Raj-Guitar, Avishek Dey-Bass and Ranjit Barot-Drums.

Event: NCPA presents Saturday Soul Featuring Mallika Barot
Date:Saturday, 21st December 2019 at 7.00 pm
Venue: Experimental Theatre, NCPA
Prices:INR₹ 750 & 500 (Plus GST)
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Inaugurated in 1969, the National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA), Mumbai, is India's premier cultural institution. The first multi-venue, multi-genre cultural centre to be built in South Asia, it has been committed since its inception to preserving and promoting the country's rich and vibrant artistic heritage in the fields of music, dance, theatre, film, literature and photography, as well as presenting new and innovative work by Indian and international artists from a diverse range of genres including drama, contemporary dance, orchestral concerts, opera, jazz and chamber music. Today, the NCPA presents more than 600 events each year, making it India’s largest and most holistic performing arts centre.

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