Presented by Band of the Wall
Singh’s synthesis of electronic music and eastern aesthetic, is often referred to as Asian Underground, one of the most exciting movements in the history of British music.
He has taken the Tabla to the cutting edge with the most unimaginable sonic creations, which has ultimately helped him to demystify Indian classical music, and therefore inspire a whole new generation of musicians and producers of contemporary music in India and the south Asian diaspora worldwide. Singh’s influence has also spanned to the visual arts, dance and film.
Having worked and collaborated with a diverse range of artists, such as, Sun Ra, the late Ustad Sultan Khan, Terry Riley, John Martyn and Yoko Ono, he still continues to be as explorative and imaginative in his solo career as well as curating new ventures in contemporary music.
Singh’s debut album, titled OK, achieved huge acclaim and won Singh the Mercury Music Prize in 1999. He has also been honoured with the South Bank Prize for popular music and was awarded an OBE in 2015 for Services to Music.
VENUE: The Theatre
EVENT DATE & TIME: Sunday 14 April, 7.30pm
TICKET INFORMATION: Advance Tickets £22. On the door £25.
BOOK TICKETS: Book online / Box Office: 0161 833 9833
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MERCURY REV CELEBRATES DESERTER'S SONGS 20TH ANNIVERSARY - Sunday 16 December, 7.30pm. Tickets £25. Book Online / Box Office: 0161 833 9833
EXTRA INFORMATION: Please note these events are seated and within The Theatre