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Heart Beat Ensemble.

CLASSICAL Indian music fans will enjoy an instrumental fusion concert being organised by the Indian Fine Arts Society (IFAS) next month.

The 'Heart Beat Ensemble' show is being held under the patronage of the Indian Embassy.

It will take place from 7pm on November 13 at the Bahrain Keraleeya Samajam, Segaiya.

Guests will enjoy performances by India-based musicians including ghatam player Dr S Karthick, and violinist Embar S Kannan who will lead a six-member troupe.

The ensemble will perform traditional Indian Carnatic and Hindustani music and medleys.

Organisers have urged sponsors to come forward and support the event.

"We solicit sponsorships from esteemed organisations, to make use of this event as an ideal platform," they said.

Entry details for non-members were being finalised, but IFAS members will get free entry.

Contact 39617094 or 39293987 for more information.

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Date:Oct 24, 2009
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