Friday 20th April 2018 - An Inner Voice and ONE

An Inner Voice

In An Inner Voice, two talented vocalists, Yarlinie & Kobini come together to create an innovative piece experimenting with a notion rarely used within Carnatic music – harmonies. This unique and progressive Carnatic piece, influenced by their own personal journeys reflects new ideas within improvisations, harmonies and raga structure. 

Supported by HMUK and PRS Foundation



The Veena is a South Indian stringed lute instrument, one of the oldest within the South Asian tradition and with each individual instrument having its own tonal quality, style and timbre; will a Veena ensemble work?

In this experiment, an ensemble of Vainikas explore and push the limits of this ancient instrument over a programme of new work featuring unique bass tones, multi-octave sounds and rich gamakas.

‘One' is the latest work from zerOclassikal, a project to offer radical and experimental approaches to South Asian classical music, as well as platform the next generation of British South Asian classical talent.


In association with Sampad.

Venue: Mac Birmignham, Cannon Hill Park Queen's Ride, Birmingham, B12 9QH

Time: 7.30pm