Wednesday, September 17, 2008

ABC Wednesdays - I for Indian Rhythms

Indian Rhythms (tabla, singing & harmonium) with Jay Dabgar & Sunny Invrageed Singh was one of the stage acts at the Moon Lantern Festival last Sunday. The free event held on the banks of the River Torrens was the official opening of the 2008 OzAsia Festival. I will be posting more about this event over the next few days.

Adelaide is a cosmopolitan city and has migrants from many countries. Currently Indians are the second largest group of immigrants settling in South Australia, providing skilled workers in many areas.

To find out more about ABC Wednesdays and see other participants' contributions go to the ABC Wednesdays' site or to see direct links to their own sites go here.

11 comments:

babooshka said...

Very different an unexpected for the I.Live music always appeals to me, of most kinds.

Columbo said...

Great posting for I. I like Indian
music, food, and they have some great films out. Thanks for the information.

photowannabe said...

I didn't know there were so many Indian immigrants in Australia. Very interesting and a fine post for the letter I.

mannanan said...

Ingenius I. Well thought out. Like the loo of your blog. have bookmarked to return.

leslie said...

Looking forward to reading more about the festival.

me ann my camera said...

This sounds like a wonderful mix of sounds!
ann at Gallimaufry Gleanings

RuneE said...

That looks like a lively and colourful festival - there should be more of those arounfd the world

Kim from Hiraeth said...

I'd like to hear their music!

Bear Naked said...

Interesting and Informative post for ABC Wednesday letter I.

Bear((( )))

mrsnesbitt said...

Oooooooooooh! A festival! Sounds fun!
Thanks for sharing,
Dxx

starnitesky said...

Sounds like lots of fun, I will come back to read more about the festival.