by Jyotsna Srikanth and specials guest
@ Sallis Benney Theatre

58-67 Grand Parade, Brighton, East Sussex BN2 0JY

Entry Fee £12.50, Doors open 6.30pm
Date Sunday 8th Feb 2015
Time 6.45pm to 9.30pm
Bar/Café on site

Tickets Available from
Dhirubhai Lamba 07780667160
Mahindra Chauhan 07801912707
Jignesh Agnigothri 0778706060

About the Artist

Jyotsna Srikanth is the most sought after Indian violinist in Europe and composer known for her versatility and ability to collaborate with different genres seamlessly and with ease. She is intensely rooted in south Indian classical music alongside having formal western classical music education. Adding on to this, she has flourished as a performer and composer, exploring lush ground in the crossover between Indian music and a variety of world music & contemporary flavours. Her violin playing has a nice blend of ‘bhava’ [musical expression and emotion] & fingering technique, a result of three ‘decades of experimentation’ as per a critic.

Ms. Srikanth is featured in many major global music events and venues like WOMAD – UK, Red Violin Festival – Wales, BBC Proms, Royal Albert Hall, Wales Millenium Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall & The Music Academy – Chennai. She was conferred the Fellowship from the Trinity College of Music, London for South Indian Carnatic music. Having played violin for nearly 200 Indian films, she is currently working on numerous large scale music experiments – in a way bringing communities together. Jyotsna is the Artistic Director of the London International Arts Festival ( and Dhruv Arts (

Bangalore Dreams is Indian Contemporary Music. The Indian violin is in the forefront with the backing of drums/ethnic percussion and keyboards/piano. On Feb 8th a mixture of fusion, devotional, light classical, bhajans and Bollywood music will be presented to cater to all tastes of the audience.

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