Mumbai Sanskriti Tickets at Mumbai 2024

Mumbai Sanskriti Tickets: Experience the rich tapestry of Indian classical music at the Mumbai Sanskriti event, set to take place at The Asiatic Society Mumbai Town Hall on January 13 and 14, 2024. This cultural extravaganza will showcase a mesmerizing blend of carnatic, classical, fusion, hindustani, and instrumental performances, promising a delightful journey through the diverse realms of Indian classical music. With a duration of 2 hours, attendees can immerse themselves in the soulful renditions and intricate melodies presented by talented artists, making it a must-attend event for music enthusiasts and connoisseurs alike. Join us for a weekend filled with the enchanting sounds of tradition and innovation in the heart of Mumbai.

Event NameMumbai Sanskriti
LocationThe Asiatic Society Mumbai Town Hall: Mumbai
DateSat 13 Jan 2024 – Sun 14 Jan 2024
Eventcarnatic, Classical, Fusion, Hindustani, Indian Classical, Instrumental, Semi Classical | 2hrs

Ticket price

Ticket price for Mumbai Sanskriti at Mumbai Starts from Free. Purchase tickets from the official website. Check out more details.

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Event Highlights

Event DetailsInformation
Festival NameMumbai Sanskriti
OrganizerIndian Heritage Society (IHS) Mumbai
ThemeLive Music to Save Heritage
SponsorsTata Consultancy Services, HSBC
SupportersMaharashtra Tourism
Curated byNorthern Lights
Date13th January (Day 1) – Electrifying performance by Rakesh Chaurasia
14th January (Day 2) – Bhakti Sangam by Ashwini Bhide Deshpande and Pandit Sanjeev Abhyankar
VenueTown Hall, Mumbai city
EntryFree of cost, first come first serve
Day 1 PerformersRakesh Chaurasia (Flute), Sridar Parthasarathy (Mridangam), Ojas Adhiya (Tabla), Shikhar Naad Qureshi (Percussion), Sanjoy Das (Guitar), Ritik Chaurasia (Flute)
Day 2 PerformersAshwini Bhide Deshpande (Vocal), Pandit Sanjeev Abhyankar (Vocal), Ajinkya Joshi (Tabla), Abhinay Ravande (Harmonium), Amar Oak (Flute), Omkar Dalvi (Pakhawaj), Uddhav Kumbhar (Side Rhythm)
ObjectiveIncrease awareness of Mumbai’s rich heritage through live classical music
BackdropHeritage structure of the Town Hall, Mumbai city
Join Us!Experience this musical treat and celebrate cultural richness


When and where is the Mumbai Sanskriti Classical Music Festival taking place?

The festival starts on 13th January, celebrating the rich heritage of Mumbai. The venue for the event is the Town Hall of Mumbai city.

Is there an entry fee for the Mumbai Sanskriti Classical Music Festival?

No, the event is open to the public free of cost. Entry is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Who are the sponsors and supporters of the festival?

The festival is sponsored by Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) and HSBC. It is also supported by Maharashtra Tourism. The event is curated by Northern Lights.

Can you provide details about the artists performing on the first day of the festival (13th January)?

The first day features an electrifying performance by Indian flutist Rakesh Chaurasia. He will present a Confluence of Music for peace and harmony along with co-artists Sridar Parthasarathy (Mridangam), Ojas Adhiya (Tabla), Shikhar Naad Qureshi (Percussion), Sanjoy Das (Guitar), and Ritik Chaurasia (Flute).

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