Kamani Auditorium located in Mandi House, the cultural hub of New Delhi, is one of the most prestigious & one of the oldest theatre-halls in Delhi. This red sandstone building has been presenting some of the best musical, theatrical & dance performances since it came into being in 1971. It takes much pride in its state-of-the-art audio equipment & sound systems and has the capacity to seat more than 600 people at a time.
Check out the Events High list on the upcoming shows at Kamani Auditorium.
A musical drama that illustrates the role of women in families during the middle of the 20th century. The play is full of Indian music is a ride into various emotions and dramatic elements such as love, betrayal, hope, patriotism, comedy , poetry etc.
When: 16th July 2016 | 7:00pm
Tickets: Rs. 300 onward, Book Here
Get ready to witness the magic as for the first time ever the very famous Sufi singers Sufi Hayat Brothers (Hamsar Hayat Nizami and brothers) and Sabri Sufi Brothers (Haji Iqbalshad Sabri, Dilshad Sabri and Irshad Sabri) sharing the same stage to render a tribute to Amjad Sabri. The event has been conceptualized by Ali Zaidi. Hear famous songs like Tajdar-e-Haram, Bhar do jholi meri ya Mohammad or Dama dam mast kalander.
When: 17th July 2016 | 7:00pm
Tickets: Rs. 565 onward , Book Here.
Playing as a musical envoy of peace & harmony for almost a decade, Nadd Foundation is geared up to release the seventh edition of ‘Concert for Harmony’. This year, the organization dreams up a multicity series for the ‘Concert for Harmony’, to seek it’s goal of restoring the atmosphere of deep inner peace through the gushing of Indian Classical Music. The musical fiesta will see the exquisite combination of live performances by distinguished names in the arena of Hindustani Classical Music.
When: 22nd July 2016 | 6:30pm
Entry: Passes available at Kamani Auditorium and Indian Heritage Desk.
Antar-Yatra – dance narrative, is presented in three popular dance forms of the Coast of the Coromander: Bharatanatyam, Kuchipudi and Odishi. Songs have been researched on, translated to and sung in six different Indian languages. Through the art of puppetry and Pinnal Kollattam, the show invites the audience to travel between the real and the make believe, and interpret for themselves. All proceeds from this fund raiser will be utilised to benefit AIM for Seva’s Free Student Homes (FSH) across the country.
When: 27th July 2016 | 7:00pm
Tickets: Rs. 200 onward , Book Here.
In spite of a chequered past, Reginald Rose’s nail-bitingly intense play remains in vogue, and now six decades later Nadir Khan presents his own adaptation. Watch this thrilling court room drama which is a damning exploration of a world that is too ready and too quick to accept explanations that are handed to them.
When: 30th July 2016 | 7:30pm
Fee: Rs. 300 onward, Book Here