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Hiten Panwar, the renowned percussionist is once again ready to take you over with a sensational performance at Junkyard Café, Saket on 26th May 2018, 8pm onwards.
A rare instrumentalist known for his versatility and ability to play a variety of percussion, Hiten Panwar represents a style that is a unique blend of classical and contemporary.
This Saturday listen to the extraordinary and let your ears enjoy the retreat. Hurry! Book your tickets now.
Couples get free entry until 9pm.
About the Artist
Hiten Panwar is a percussionist based out of the capital city of India, New Delhi. Being the grandson of the famous Kathak artist, late Pandit Guru Sohan Lal of the Jaipur gharana and the classical singer and music director, late Pandit Govind Prasad Jaipurwale of the Kunwar Shyam gharana, he has been blessed with exceptional talent in music.
From the age of six years, Hiten has been receiving formal instruction in classical music.Late Pandit Giridhar Prasad Jaipurwale of the Delhi gharana taught him how to play the tabla.
He also received instruction from Shri Ravindra Rajbhatt and learned about the finer nuances of the tabla. Hiten is an expert at playing the dhol, dholak, drums, duff, snare, darbouka, Dimarhi and congo. Recordings and concerts with Sufi exponent Abida Parveen, music arranger Bhavdeep Jaipurwale, singer Kailash Kher, popular Israeli band, Heeam and Sai bhajan exponent, Saxena Bandhu have given him a complete exposure to talent and music.