Elbphilharmonie Hamburg Kleiner Saal

CANCELLED: Anoushka Shankar presents Gnarly & Bishi

This concert has already taken place! € 18.00
This concert has already taken place! € 18.00

As a result of the new Germany-wide coronavirus restrictions that have been issued, all concerts in the Elbphilharmonie and Laeiszhalle have been cancelled from 2–30 November. This event has had to be cancelled. If you bought your tickets in the Elbphilharmonie's online shop, you will be refunded the purchase price via the payment method used for the original booking – you don't need to do anything. You'll find further details on refunds on the following page: Information on refunds for tickets to cancelled events

As part of her »Reflektor« festival, Anoushka Shankar presents two breathtaking and radically original artists. The London musician, sound designer and producer Gnarly has attracted tens of thousands of followers on YouTube with her finger-drumming live sets. In the Elbphilharmonie she creates an exciting mix of electro and finger-drumming beats. Another London native is the electro-sitar virtuoso, singer-songwriter and performer Bishi. With roots in Bengal, she is at home both in classical Hindustani music and in the European club scene, and has appeared alongside artists such as Yoko Ono, the Kronos Quartet und the London Symphony Orchestra. In her audiovisual show »Let My Country Awake«, the sitar, electronic sounds and her voice revolve in loops around subjects like origin, identity and a sense of belonging.


Gnarly finger drums

Bishi electric sitar


Postponed: Reflektor Anoushka Shankar

Promoter: HamburgMusik

Gefördert durch die Stiftung Elbphilharmonie

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