KUALA LUMPUR: Classical Hindustani music lovers are in for a treat when Pandit Bhaskar Subramanian of India showcases his mastery in the art from today to Friday.
It's all free, thanks to Vishwa Nirmala Dharma Society of Malaysia, the organiser, which is holding it in collaboration with the Indian Cultural Centre (ICC) of the Indian High Commission and Malaysian Indian Congress (MIC).
Subramanian will perform at the ICC at Level 1, Capsquare Signature Office B today at 7.30pm.
Tomorrow, he will perform at 58-C Jalan BPR 6/11, Bukit Rahman Putra in Sungai Buloh (8pm), while the final showpiece on Friday is at Netaji Hall, MIC headquarters in Kuala Lumpur at 7.30pm.
Born in a family of musicians in Hyderabad, India, he learnt Hindustani classical music from Pandit V.U. Rajurkar who is an exponent of Gwalior Gharana.
For details on the ICC and Sg Buloh show, call Jaso (017-878 4055), Liz (016-225 8797), Ching Hooi (012-210 0481) or Mahesh (016-324 9214).
For show at MIC headquarters, call Mahesh (016-324 9214) or Puva at 03-4042 4377.