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    Coastal carnatic
    September 2 | MLR Convention Centre
    The Trichur Brothers, SrikrishnaMohan and Ramkumar Mohan, will perform a session of classical Carnatic music titled Aradhana tonight. The duo, hailing from Kerala, promises to give listeners a spiritual musical journey with themes deeply rooted in Indian culture and heritage. 7 pm. At JP Nagar. Tickets (Rs 500)
    on bookmyshow.com

    Baul blues
    September 3 | Windmills Craftworks
    Bansuri, Bass and the Bauls will perform as
    part of Windmill’s periodic Jazz Theatre showcase. Expect a contemporary organic sound with hints of folk music, Hindustani classical and cutting-edge jazz. 9.30pm. At Whitefield. Tickets (Rs 500)
    on bookmyshow.com

    Surreal sojourn
    September 4 | Rangashankara
    I Had a Dream is a play in the theatre of the absurd genre. It explores the inner conflicts of one man in modern times. The performance swings between joy and sorrow, and has a bold and experimental style. The play is directed by Shaurya Singh. 3.30 pm and 7.30 pm. At JP Nagar. Tickets (Rs 200)on bookmyshow.com

    Singapore stopover
    September 5 | Shiro
    Shiro takes the city’s food lovers toSingapore with their new limited editionmenu. It includes Gado Salad, Stir Fry Cashew in
    Hoisin Sauce, Cashew Chicken, Grilled ChickenSatay, Singaporean Chilli Crab, Mi Goreng Noodlesand so much more. Pair it with their signature cocktails. `3,000 for two. At UB City.Details: 49652888

    Take five
    September 6 | Alliance Francaise
    French pianist Maxime Zecchini is in Bengaluru performing a set exploring the left hand repertoire. The idea is to play with just five fingers. The technique can make the piano sound like a full orchestra. Zecchini has orchestrated music for
    television and directed several musicals. Entry free. 7 pm. At Vasanthnagar.
    Details: 40808181

    Trigger happy
    September 7 | The Humming Tree
    Dance punk band, The F16s are releasing their album Triggerpunkte (meaning ‘trigger point’ in German). Their alternative music is a reaction
    against a barren and flaccid cityscape. Apart from this album, the band has two EPs to their credit. 8.00 pm. Entry free. At Indiranagar. Details: 9886618386

    Indian at heart
    September 8 | blueFrog
    Musician Susmit Sen is taking the
    stage at blueFrog with the Susmit Sen Chronicles. Playing the guitar, he will be bringing together Western music but with an Indian soul. He is performing with vocalists Sudheer Rikhari, Gayathri Natarajan, Mark Aranha on the bass, Gursimran Singh on percussions and Nandit Desai on drums. 8.30 pm. At Church Street. Tickets (`500) on bookmyshow.com

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