Baluji Music Foundation’s 15th Anniversary UK Tour

On Saturday, June 20th, join us for a once-in-a-lifetime experience when the Baluji Music Foundation’s 15th Anniversary UK Tour takes over Bradford, South Shields and Gateshead! 

This inspiring tour features incredible performances from the renowned Inner Vision Orchestra and others, all conducted by the highly-acclaimed musician Baluji Shrivastav OBE. 

Celebrating the work of the Foundation established in 2008 to create an inclusive, accessible musical and artistic experience for those who are blind or partially sighted, you won’t want to miss this powerful and moving celebration of music for all! 

Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity and be part of this one-of-a-kind musical celebration!

Tour Dates

Kala Sangham, Bradford. 3rd June 7.30pm

Customs House, South Shields 25th June 7.30pm

Cambridge Junction – 30 th June 8pm

Waterloo Festival London, St John’s Church Waterloo. 14th July Inner Vision Orchestra concert and 16th July
Indian dance workshop with music by members of the Inner Vision Orchestra.

Southampton Mela, Hoglands Park Southampton. 15th July. Inner Vision Orchestra Quintet

Holy Sepulchre Church London – Summer Music Festival – Contemporary Opera Week. 2nd August, 6.30pm
‘Ragaria’ –

Holy Sepulchre Church London – Summer Music Festival. 9th August, 2pm, ‘Strings of Spirit’ – Abi Baker
(violin), Takashi Kikuchi (viola).

Holy Sepulchre Church London – Summer Music Festival. 16th August, 2pm, Classical Indian Concert with
Baluji Shrivastav OBE on sitar and Yousuf Ali Khan on tablas.

IBSA World Games Birmingham 2023 Opening Ceremony, Birmingham Symphony Hall, 18th August 2023,
6pm. Inner Vision Orchestra. The 2023 World Games is the largest high-level international event for athletes with visual impairment, with more than 1250 competitors from 70 nations.

GEM Arts, Riverside Ragas, Gateshead. 15th September
Indian Classical Music concert featuring Baluji Shrivastav OBE accompanied by Shabhaz Hussain, one of Europe’s finest tabla players

Nehru Centre, London. 20th October, 6.30pm

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