Doors: 8pm Show: 8:30pm General Admission: $18.00 in advance and $22.00 at the door

Barbara Nesbitt will kick off the evening with a solo, acoustic set at 8:30pm followed by Nagavalli at 9pm. Roberto Riggio (Atash) will join Nagavalli on violin as a special guest at the show.

East and West co-mingle harmoniously in Indian-American, Austin-based musician, Nagavalli. Described as “Eastern soul,” her music blends east-Indian soul with delicate touches of pop, rock, trance, and pure eastern tradition. Nagavalli’s repertoire ranges from her original songs in English to East-Indian and Sufi spirituals, creating sounds both unique, yet familiar, which often results in the listener achieving a state of meditative tranquility. She grew up in Mumbai, India, bringing the rich, soulful music of her home to Austin where she has worked with musicians from a variety of genres such as Latin, American rock, and jazz to middle-eastern, Indian classical and folk music. Nagavalli embarks on her next musical journey with a new album, Immersion, released in January this year at a sold-out concert at One World Theatre in Austin. The album is a back-to-roots journey, composed as one continuous piece of music, with lyrics from ancient Sanskrit chants and the writings of such ancient saints as Sant Kabir and Meera Bai. Nagavalli voiced her support for the Women’s March and payed tribute to the Women’s movement at this concert. “Nagavalli’s voice and spirit give me the depth of experience I long for in music and rarely reach”, says renowned Austin-based musician, Eliza Gilkyson. “Nagavalli’s art is unlike any other you’ll hear in Austin…” – Peter Blackstock, Austin360

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