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September Concerts at Immanuel Episcopal Church, Bellows Falls

Check out these upcoming concerts at Immanuel Episcopal Church, 20 Church St, Bellows Falls, VT.

Indian Classical Music, Sept. 7 @7:30 p.m.

Abhisek Lahiri, sarod; Subrata Bhattacharya, tabla. Abhisek Lahiri started performing in public at the early age of 11 years though he got his first break in the national level in 1997 when he was invited by Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia to play at “Saath Saath Festival” and that year he also gave his debut performance abroad in Holland at the “World Kinder Festival” where he was named as a ‘Wonder Kid’. Award-winning tabla player Subrata Bhattacharya has accompanied of some of the most renowned Indian classical musicians and performed at some of the most prestigious venues in India, the USA, the Middle East, and Europe. He received his taalim under Shri Tamal Krishna Chatterjee, Shri Nripen Karmakar and Shri Tapan Kr. Banerjee before he was finally accepted as a pupil of tabla maestro Pt. Shankar Ghosh. Tickets

Cold Chocolate, Sept. 27 @ 7:30 p.m.

Ethan Robbins, guitar; Ariel Bernstein, percussion. Cold Chocolate is a genre-bending Americana band that fuses folk, funk, and bluegrass to create a unique sound all their own. Featuring Ethan Robbins on guitar, Ariel Bernstein on percussion, and backed by some of the root’s music scene’s finest players, this group from Boston is impressing audiences throughout New England and beyond. Punctuated by tight harmonies and skillful musicianship, and with a focus on songwriting, Cold Chocolate has quickly gained recognition for their original music and high-energy shows. The band has shared bills with Leftover Salmon and David Grisman, and regularly performs at venues and music festivals up and down the East Coast. Tickets

North Sea Gas, Sept. 29 @ 4:00 p.m.

Ronnie MacDonald, Grant Simpson and Dave Gilfillan. Over thirty-five years and stronger than ever!! “North Sea Gas” is one of Scotland’s most popular folk bands with great vocals and tremendous three part harmonies. Guitars, Mandolin, Fiddle, Bouzouki, Harmonica, Whistles, Bodhrans, Banjo and good humour are all part of the entertainment. They have received Gold and Silver Disc awards from the Scottish Music Industry Association and regularly have sold out shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe! Tickets

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