Welcome

Australia’s premiere Indian classical music & dance festival, Sangeet Mela returns for its 5th edition on Saturday 30th March at Queensland Multicultural Centre. The main artists will be:
: Smt Charulatha Mani (Carnatic vocal)
: Tahir Faridi Sufi Qawwali Ensemble
: Sri Sangeet Mishra (sarangi)
: Sri Saikat Bhattacharya (sitar)
: Smt Sriranjani Chandramouli (Bharatnatyam dance)
: Sri Darshil Shah (bansuri)

The winners of the Sangeet Mela 2019 Rising Star Awards will open the festival:
 : Ku Saee Sane (Kathak dance with live ensemble)
 : Ku Aishwarya Jangam (Bharatanatyam dance)
 : Sri Siddharth Adityan (mridangam)

Delicious snacks and meals will be available courtesy of Brisbanecaters. 

Please note that dinner is only available if pre-ordered, and that tickets will be $10 extra at the door. 

We regret to inform that due to musician illness, accompaniment for Sriranjani Chandramouli’s dance performance will be recorded music, not live ensemble as previously announced.

Ticket booking TBC  Visit our Facebook event page

Sangeet Mela 2019 is organised by EthnoSuperLounge in conjunction with Vishwa Events and a committee of Indian classical enthusiasts. Thanks go to our platinum sponsor Yoga King, silver sponsors Sitar Indian Restaurant, Homeopathy for Health, supporting organisation Sahaja Yoga, private sponsors Sri Gurbir Singh and Dr Mansey Kinarivala, media sponsors Brisbane Indian Times, Australian Indian Radio, and Indian News Queensland, and venue partner BEMAC.

6 thoughts on “Welcome

    1. Shen Post author

      Hi Remalin,
      Performances in Rising Star category are by application, subject to the conditions on our Awards page.
      We’re not certain of the future of the festival, but if it’s held again you are most welcome to apply.
      Thanks
      Shen
      aum mani padme hum

      Reply

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