Samswara have been giving sitar & tabla performances together since 2001 at venues, festivals & cultural events throughout the UK.
Samswara have a reputation for their dynamic on stage rapport and spontaneous musical dialogues. Using Indian Music as a platform for their musical conversations, their performances range from slow atmospheric melodies to highly energised rhythmical improvisations. The many reviews that Samswara have received positively reflect this unique musical relationship which led to them being voted ‘Best Group’ in The South West & South Wales in the MTM Asian & Ethnic Minorities Awards 2014.
Some of these reviews can be read on the Reviews Page – Click here
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Upcoming Samswara Sitar & Tabla performances:
Past Samswara Sitar & Tabla performances:
Past performances include:
Westminster Hall – London, Wales Millennium Centre – Cardiff, Rich Mix – London, Preston Guildhall, Plymouth Mela, Exeter Respect Festival, Plymouth Respect Festival, Plymouth Diwali / Eid Celebration event & Plymouth Rath Yatra. Intercontinental Hotel – Park Lane – London, Mandarin Oriental Hotel – Park Lane – London. Hensol Castle – South Wales, Celtic Manor – South Wales, Colston Hall – Bristol, The Acorn – Penzance, Trafford Centre – Manchester, Bridport Arts – Dorset, Mamhead House – Devon, Matara Centre – Stroud, Bond Company – Birmingham, Patshull Hall – Midlands, Perrott Hall – Somerset, Syon Hilton, London. Diversity Festival, Barnstaple, Devon. One World Festival, Dorchester, Dorset, SoMAC Festival, Gloucestershire. Stroud Sacred Music festival.
Amnesty International, World Preservation Foundation, Aiglon International College, The Tulsi Trust, Love Etiquette, Asian Arts Agency, Plymouth South Asian Society, Hampshire Indo British Society, South Asian Performing Arts Centre (SAPAC), Swindon, Devon Arts in Schools Initiative, Cornwall Music Hub, University of Plymouth.