|Date chosen for The Open Couple||Allocated dates for the other four plays|
|Friday, Sep 19 (8pm)||Oct 3, Oct 17, Oct 31, Nov 14 (Fridays, 8pm)|
|Saturday, Sep 20 (8pm)||Oct 4, Oct 18, Nov 1 and Nov 15 (Saturdays, 8pm)|
|Sunday, Sep 21 (3pm)||Oct 5, Oct 19, Nov 2, Nov 16 (Sundays, 3pm)|
|Sunday, Sep 21 (6.30pm)||Oct 5, Oct 19, Nov 2, Nov 16 (Sundays, 6.30pm)|
|Tuesday, Sep 23 (8pm)||Oct 7, Oct 21, Oct 4, Nov 18 (Fridays, 8pm)|
|Wednesday, Sep 24 (8pm)||Oct 8, Oct 22, Oct 5, Nov 19 (Fridays, 8pm)|
|Thursday, Sep 25 (8pm)||Oct 9, Oct 23, Oct 6, Nov 20 (Fridays, 8pm)|
|Friday, Sep 26 (8pm)||Oct 10, Oct 24, Oct 7, Nov 21 (Fridays, 8pm)|
|Saturday, Sep 27 (8pm)||Oct 11, Oct 25, Nov 8 and Nov 22 (Saturdays, 8pm)|
|Sunday, Sep 28 (3pm)||Oct 12, Oct 26, Nov 9, Nov 23 (Sundays, 3pm)|
|Sunday, Sep 28 (6.30pm)||Oct 12, Oct 26, Nov 9, Nov 23 (Sundays, 6.30pm)|
Tara Kini started training in Hindustani classical music at the age of nine from Shri Narayan Rao Patwardhan and continued her musical education under Smt. Meera Khirwadkar, Pt. Rama Rao Naik and currently, Smt. Lalith J. Rao. Tara has been involved with music on many levels including composition of music for the stage, conducting music workshops and performing. She has taught Hindustani classical music for over 20 years and leads Sunaad, an eclectic group of music enthusiasts that has performed several shows in Bangalore and other cities across India.Tara Kinis solo concert will highlight how Ragas lend themselves to different moods, create diverse environments and evoke a wide range of responses. Drawing from the Rasa theory of the Natya Shastras, Tara will present Ragas in Khyal and Dhrupad genres as well as semi-classical styles to demonstrate how Ragas work their magic.
Purchase of a Couple ticket is mandatory for buying the tickets for Singles, Teenagers and Kids in a single transaction.