MFMS: Roopa Panesar & Friends

25 Mar 2017 | 1pm until 3pm

The Capstone Theatre, Liverpool

Music for the Mind and Soul: Roopa Panesar with Kirpal Singh Panesar, Kaviraj Singh Dhadyalla & Bhupinder Singh Chaggar

Free Admission

This special concert celebrates the talents of the Great British Gharana, musicians who have learnt and developed Indian classical music here in Britain.

Considered one of the finest Sitar players to emerge on the Indian music scene in the UK, Roopa Panesar returns to Milapfest’s Music for the Mind and Soul concert series with her unique and soulful style of playing. She is a disciple of the renowned educationalist and leading musician Ustad Dharambir Singh MBE. Roopa has toured extensively in the UK, Europe and USA performing at prestigious venues and festivals and released her debut album “Khoj” in 2011.

Roopa will be joined by an ensemble of talented musicians, including Kirpal Singh Panesar on the Tar Shehnai, Kaviraj Singh Dhadyalla on Santoor and Bhupinder Singh Chaggar on Tabla.

In this unique concert, the performers will feature as solo musicians during the first half before coming together as an ensemble to close the show.


Roopa Panesar (Sitar)

Kirpal Singh Panesar (Tar Shehnai)

Kaviraj Singh Dhadyalla (Santoor)

Bhupinder Singh Chaggar (Tabla)

Please click here for Roopa Panesar’s Website

Box office information


The Capstone Theatre, Hope University Creative Campus, 17 Shaw Street, Liverpool, L6 1HP


0151 291 3949


4 Responses to MFMS: Roopa Panesar & Friends

Val Parry

March 11, 2017 at 1:14 pm

Can I book 2 tickets fo lunchtime concert on 25 March please?

    Stephanie Martin

    March 13, 2017 at 12:01 pm

    Hi Val,
    You just need to fill in the booking form above! Looking forward to seeing you there.

Mike Johnson

March 18, 2017 at 9:59 am

Hello Stephanie

I’ve just registered for tickets to see Roopa Panesar and I’m curious to know why you need to know my age and ethnicity. I was unable to proceed without providing this unnecessary info. Thanks

    Stephanie Martin

    March 21, 2017 at 9:51 am

    Hi Mike,
    In order to keep our Arts Council funding, we have to provide as much data as possible about the audiences we reach. By providing us with this information, we can give Arts Council a better appreciation of the people who are attending our concerts which helps us keep them supported financially and therefore free for those attending! We wouldn’t ask unnecessarily if it wasn’t for the fact it really helps support us and keep us running.

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