Dr Sarita McHarg

Dr Sarita McHarg

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Spreading Positivity Through Music & Art

Dr. Sarita learned various forms of Indian dance and folk singing, especially the Kabeer and Malwa traditions. she enjoys the...
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Spreading Positivity Through Music & Art

Dr. Sarita learned various forms of Indian dance and folk singing, especially the Kabeer and Malwa traditions. she enjoys the...
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COVID-19 has disrupted our social lives

COVID-19 has disrupted our social lives, specially those who bring different cultures together by producing finest folk music. This event...
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COVID-19 has disrupted our social lives

COVID-19 has disrupted our social lives, specially those who bring different cultures together by producing finest folk music. This event...
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Latest Release

  • - shipra main hon (2)
    6:03
  • - din ye kese
    3:37
  • - bhero ashtakam
    7:05
  • - ab bhi sambhal (2)
    2:43

Tour

COVID-19 has disrupted our social lives, specially those who bring different cultures together by producing finest folk music.

This event comes on the occasion of the 85th birthday legendary Malwa Folk Musician of India, Pundit Hira Singh Borliya. It is a well-deserved tribute to acknowledge his huge contribution to the world of music.
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This is a not-for-profit Fund Raising Concert to support performing artists, as well as those music lovers who are supporting music from different parts of the world.

Please support them by enjoying the mesmerising music of these eleven artists from around the globe and making a contribution.

Biography

Coming from the centuries old Indian folk culture, Sarita McHarg brings a unique classical and contemporary experience to the world of music. A true devotional Sitarist and Vocalist: Sarita has earned several prestigious recognitions including All India Radio Artist, Talent Award from the University of Vikram (India) and State Government – Madhya Pradesh for contribution to the Malwa (folk) music to name but a few.

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