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Bradford schoolgirl chosen to perform on BBC Music Day

Fifteen-year-old Bradford schoolgirl Musumba has been chosen for West Yorkshire’s contribution to BBC Music Day on Thursday, September 26.Following the success of ‘We Are Bradford’ in March, The BBC returns to The Broadway shopping centre in Bradford city centre with its live event, broadcasting from opposite Debenhams.As the contribution of

A must see double bill of Kathak and contemporary dance comes to Kala Sangam

On Thursday 28 February at 7.30pm, Kala Sangam welcomes Rhythmosaic-Sengupta Dance Company for a double bill that showcases both the classical Indian dance style of Kathak and contemporary dance.I Illuminate / Desolate is a must see show, featuring two new pieces from acclaimed Indian Dancer Mitul Sengupta, exploring gender, identity and what it means to

Discover the music of the Sufis with a captivating Qawaali performance this February at Kala Sangam

On Saturday 9 February at 7.30pm, Kala Sangam welcomes Zahir Abbas Qawaal for a powerful performance of devotional music.In high demand for their mesmerising performances, Zahir Abbas Qawaal is a leading Sufi Qawaali group, who have performed widely across the UK and internationally. Trained by his father Tazim Khan and performing since the age

Crackle. Dust. At Kala Sangam

Stories from women across the north inspire new dance show North East based Company of Others are listening to real life experiences from women across the North to create a new dance production which will premiere at Kala Sangam and tour in Spring 2019.Crackle. Dust. is a Co-Created dance theatre production

Bradford Pick & Mix – Sat 15 Dec, 7.30pm

Celebrate a year of cultural creativity with Kala Sangam’s Pick & Mix - a showcase of the best music, dance, theatre and spoken word created in Bradford in 2018 On Saturday 15 December at 7.30pm, Kala Sangam presents Bradford Pick & Mix. The evening features work created at Kala Sangam over

Kala Sangam celebrates 25 years of music, dance, poetry and visual arts with a free Open Day of workshops and performances.

On Friday the 26th of October Kala Sangam, Bradford’s Intercultural Arts Centre, will celebrate its silver Anniversary with a range of free events starting at 10am. Kala Sangam was founded in 1993 by Dr Shripati Upadhyaya and Dr Geetha Upadhyaya with a dream that the organisation would deliver high quality South

Sounds of the East and West meet in a one-off double bill of music from some of the best female musicians in the UK

On Saturday 29 September at 7.30pm, Kala Sangam presents a Music Double Bill featuring Tapp and zerOclassikal. The evening will transport audiences to the boundary where Western and Eastern music blend – to hear classical music in a new light.Jazz North Northern Line artists for 2018-19, Täpp are passionate about bringing classical music