The Naad Malhaar (Water Music) Concert by the Indian Standard Time Trio
Tune in for a show that is a perfect marriage of setting and song.
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Join accomplished musicians, Amarjeet Singh, Bruce Harding, and Baljit Singh on September 18 for a show that is a perfect marriage of setting and song: The Naad Malhaar Concert (English translation: Water Music). Filmed in Surrey’s picturesque Darts Hills Garden Park, this accomplished trio from Indian Standard Time will delight audiences with the enchanting and soothing sounds of the tabla, flute, and dilruba.
This concert with the Indian Standard Time Trio represents the coming together of several departments across the City of Surrey: Civic Theatres, Parks, and Special Events. We would also like to acknowledge the assistance of the Government of Canada that is providing us the means to give opportunities for artists during these difficult times.
To attend this online event, tune in here, or follow the link on Surrey Civic Theatres' Facebook or the City of Surrey’s YouTube Channel
About Indian Standard Time
What would have happened if Bob Marley had spent time soaking in the musical traditions of Delhi? Or if Canadian rock legends Rush fell in love with the ancient traditions of ghazal and light classical Indian music? Enter Indian Standard Time! Indian Standard Time (IST) is an electrifying collective of musicians from Canada, India, Malaysia and the UK, all teaching and working at the Naad Centre for the Performing and Visual Arts in Surrey, BC, Canada, in the heart of the largest Punjabi community outside of India. IST dances with North Indian classical traditions and yet defies description — an alt/jam/prog/funk/reggae/Indian fusion band creating a live experience unlike any other! IST play local festivals and concerts in the Vancouver area. Follow Indian Standard Time on Facebook and Twitter.