Kalyan Pathak’s Indian Music Duo presents ancient Sanskrit chants, classical music compositions and poetry from various periods in Indian literature. Experience the famous songs of Meera, Kabir and Tagore and folkloric songs of north India, as well as stories accompanied by Tabla drums and Tanpura drones.
The musical performance and seating begin at 6:30 p.m., with dinner to start at about 7:00 p.m.
- Duet of Indian Appetizers with Tamarind Chutney & Mint Cilantro Sauce
- Tomato Lentil Soup
- Cucumber Raita, Chick Peas & Yogurt
- Tandoori Chicken, Cardamom & Saffron Scented Basmati Rice
- Dessert – be delighted!
$38 per person. Includes non-alcoholic beverages and sales tax, but does not include gratuity.
Dining Room Reservations: 312.752.2328.
Tabla virtuoso and multi-ethnic percussionist, Kalyan Pathak, has played with many international artists from jazz, classical and jam band settings such as, Yo-Yo Ma, The Chicago Symphony, Fareed Haque Group, Howard Levy, Pacifica String Quartet, Theodore Bikel and Alberto Mizrah. Kalyan Pathak is currently one of the ethnic musicians teaching and performing at the CPS under the “SOUND TRACKS – Exploring the Global Cultures Through World and New Music” educational outreach program, a free program for the schools presented by Fulcrum Point New Music Project.
Location: The Dining Room, Kendall College