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Music of the Three Worlds

Venue: Cadogan Hall


  • Tajjalan composed by Dr Neil Sorrell, Dr Francis Silkstone & Viram Jasani
  • Devotional poetry and music of South India performed by Manorama Prasad
  • Devotional songs and romantic thumri of North India performed by Sunanda Sharma


Manorama Prasad
Sunanda Sharma

Since ancient Vedic times people in India developed music as one of the most powerful platforms to express their longing for and separation from the divine and the spiritual. Manorama sings the poetry and compositions of South Indian mystics Adi Shankara, Tyagaraja, Dikshitar, and Sunanda performs the devotional songs of Mirabai, Kabir, Surdas and thumri of North Indian music.

Tajjalan is a new choral work commissioned by the AMC inspired by Miserere mei Deus by Allegri but using beautiful melodic lines of Indian ragas. It is performed by Rubythroat, an ensemble of Trinity Laban students with artistic director Linda Hirst.

Concert Duration:
approx. 2½ hours (incl. interval)

Ticket Information *

£25 (premium seats), £20, £15
OAPs: £2 off
Students (with student card): £2 off (not available online)

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