Morning Bliss with Gundecha Brothers

The Gundecha brothers wearing white and singing into microphones

Gently start your day with a special concert of India’s most ancient style of Hindustani vocal music, known as dhrupad, and enjoy the magic of morning ragas.

The Gundecha brothers are the leading exponents of dhrupad, keeping the tradition alive at their Gurukul (conservatoire) in Bhopal, India. It’s a style of singing intended to invoke peace and tranquility, as performers improvise around the raga’s tonic note across a two and a half octave range, gradually growing into a shimmering texture reminiscent of sitar playing.

This concert will start promptly at the advertised start time and running times will be confirmed closer to the event.

Presented by Darbar in partnership with Barbican

£150*

Only available by telephone or in person

*Excludes £3 booking fee

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