The sights and sounds of culture

Naad Festival of Music, Dance and Film takes place Oct. 28 at the Surrey Arts Centre.

The Naad Festival of Music, Dance and Film 2016 takes place Oct. 28 at 7 p.m. at the Surrey Arts Centre, 13750 88 Ave.

This year’s Festival features:

• A tabla ensemble with Akaljot Singh and Satpreet Singh (Tabla) and Baljit Singh (Dilruba)

• A Kathak dance by Mangala Bhatt with classical fusion music by the Naad Fusion Band: Gagandeep Singh (Classical Vocal), Dr. Bruce Harding (Flute), Surinder Khaira (Drum), Amarjeet Singh (Tabla), Coach Sandhu (Guitar) and Baljit Singh (Dilruba).

• The premiere of the short spoken word film “Our Victory,” written by Ajmer Rode and directed by Gurleen Kaur Suri.

The event is presented by Naad Foundation.

Tickets are $20 (general seating.)

For tickets, visit the box office, call 604-501-5566 or click here.

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