Staying true to the founder’s vision of “Bringing the Best of India and
the World”, the Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre is all set to present Parampara
- A Guru Purnima Special, an homage to the timeless guru-shishya bond, at the
most technologically advanced theatre in India, The Grand Theatre.
Over the span of two days, audiences will be able to witness an
extraordinary musical weekend that celebrates the legacy of Classical greats. On
Day 1, immerse yourself in soulful performances by legendary sitar player Pt.
Kartick Kumar and his son Niladri Kumar followed by master flautist Padma
Vibhushan Pt. Hariprasad Chaurasia and his nephew Rakesh Chaurasia.
On Day 2, experience a series of soul-stirring Indian Classical
compositions presented by Sarod maestro Padma Vibhushan Ustad Amjad Ali Khan
along with his sons Amaan and Ayaan Ali Bangash and grandsons – Zohaan and
Abeer Ali Bangash.
With a capacity of over 2,000 seats across three levels, each viewing
experience is designed to be unparalleled. Keeping media consumption patterns
of the modern era in mind, The Grand Theatre is also equipped with integrated
recording and projection facilities, along with dedicated translation booths.
One of the stand-out features of the theatre is the special absorbent wood that
reduces reflections and makes the stage the centre piece for your ears too. And
the 18 Diamond Boxes add an extra layer of exclusivity with a spectacular
complimentary suite and dedicated food and beverage services.
With limited seats, it’s time to book your tickets now on www.nmacc.com.