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  • Venue
    Bandra Fort Amphitheatre
  • Date Time
    3 December 2022 | 6:00 pm
    3 December 2022 | 7:30 pm
    4 December 2022 | 6:00 pm
    4 December 2022 | 7:30 pm

Event Details

Date: 3rd December
Genre: Western Classical Music
Event Name: Symphony Orchestra of India
Time: 6:00 pm

CSR Partner Citi

Musicians of the Symphony Orchestra of India perform in an evening of light classical music at the Bandra Fort Amphitheatre.

Unwind after a long week with the music of beloved composers including Mozart, Tchaikovsky, and more, as well as some popular tunes.


Date: 3rd December
Genre: International Music
Event Name: Adil Manuel Collective’s Classic Funk & RnB

Time: 7:30 pm

The Adil Manuel Collective brings a very special pop/funk set to NCPA@thePark. The set covers hits through the ages and some current hits too.

The band comprises of Adil Manuel on Guitar, Subhangi C on Vocals, Yohaan Pissulenker on Bass, Pranoy Praveen on Drums, Arka Chakraborty on Keyboards. There will be a string of featured artists in the set.


Date: 4th December
Genre: Indian Music
Event Name: Priyanka Barve Live in Concert
Time: 6:00 pm

CSR Partner Citi

Accompanied by Deepak Marathe, Aditya Kudalkar, Vinayak Netke, Sanjoy Das, Ninad Mulaokar & Swaranjay Dhumal

The world of Indian music is rich with diverse traditions, forms and genres; from primitive to folk, devotional, classical (art), popular, and contemporary. Each of these expressions has well-defined aesthetic norms and idioms that shape the musical identity of this subcontinent. It is uncommon to find musicians with expertise that spans across several of these genres. Only well-trained and creative musicians, with diverse exposure like Priyanka Barve, can even dream of exploring the depths of Indian music!

Born in a musical family, Priyanka was trained in classical music by her grandmother, the veteran vocalist, Malti Pande Barve. As a playback singer, she has sung in various Indian languages including Marathi, Hindi, Gujarati, Tamil, Marwari and other regional languages. However, she has been most active as an actor-singer in the Marathi film and entertainment industry. Having won several prominent awards and accolades, Priyanka is best known for her role as Anarkali in a musical play based on the iconic film ‘Mughal-e-Azam’, which is running even today.

Priyanka Barve will present a bouquet of forms, from thumri, ghazal, natyageet, lavani to popular songs from Bollywood.

Citi-NCPA-CSMVS collaboration
A ‘Museum on Wheels’ bus exhibition: ‘In Tune : The Journey from Sound to Music’ will be available for public viewing. Entry Free.


Date: 4th December
Genre: Theatre
Event Name: Spoken Word – UnErase Poetry
Time: 7:30 pm

UnErase Poetry brings to you an evening of poetry and music to make you feel warm on this winter evening. Poets Helly Shah and Ramneek Singh will be accompanied by musician Abhin Joshi and their poems about love, hope and life will hold your hand.

Abhin Joshi – Music (10 minutes)

Ramneek introduces Helly

Helly Shah – Poem (20 minutes)

Helly introduces Ramneek

Ramneek Singh – Poem (20 minutes)

Helly Shah

Bio: Helly Shah is a spoken word poet, writer, and a storyteller. She has performed at some of India’s biggest festivals for creators and has millions of views on her stories online.

Ramneek Singh
Bio: Ramneek Singh is a Hindustani poet, satirist and filmmaker originally from J&K. His poems reflect his views on archaic laws, and question the ideas of freedom in contemporary urban India. He has performed all over the country at events such as IIT Bombay Mood Indigo culture Fest (Mumbai), godrej culture lab, difficult dialogues (Goa), Kala ghoda arts Fest (Mumbai), Tedx Gateway to name a few.

Abhin Joshi
Bio: Abhin Joshi is a singer songwriter from Jaipur, known for his singles, ‘Kami Hai’ and ‘Sab Baatein Hai’ released under his performance duo, Abhin and Tanish.

An NCPA community outreach initiative in association with the BMC.

Free Entry Registration Required.

Admission on a first-come-first-serve basis. 


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