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Enter to Win! A chance to see Caravanserai on Sunday, November 6th

7,000 miles away from home…
A 700 year old tradition…
Powerhouse Drumming and Voices from Lahore & Karachi

Don’t miss a beat! Join the Caravanserai – a place where cultures meet.
Sunday, November 6, 4pm at RISD Auditorium

Enter for a chance to win 4 tickets to see Caravanserai!

FW- Caravanserai7,000 miles away from home…
A 700 year old tradition…

Powerhouse Drumming and Voices from Lahore & Karachi

It’s a can’t miss performance

The visceral sounds of the tabla signal a once-in-a-lifetime chance to experience ancient Sufi music played by masters acclaimed in their own country, but unfamiliar to most Americans. Joyful devotion and improvisatory freedom drive the voices of the Qawwali ensemble Najmuddin Saiffudin & Brothers,  torch-bearers for a 700-year old form of Sufi music. The kinetic virtuosity of Tari Khan, “The Tabla Prince of India & Pakistan” and his ensemble of whirling dholi drummers throbs with passionate volatility.

Don’t miss a beat! Join the Caravanserai – a place where cultures meet.

Sunday, November 6, 4pm at RISD Auditorium
Tickets: $10 advance, $15 day of show
Visit first-works.org or call 401-421-4281

Enter for a chance to win 4 tickets to see Caravanserai!

We have 3 family four-packs to give away!! Tell us the name of your child’s favorite color in the comments below by Thursday, November 3rd at Noon EST and we will randomly select 3 winners.

Program managed by Arts Midwest, on behalf of the U.S. Regional Arts Organizations with financial support from the Building Bridges Program of the Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art. Learn more a caravanserai-arts.org


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  • Congratulations to the winners of the Caravanserai tickets: Brett Summers of Providence, Maria Fugere of Cranston, and Kathleen Taylor of Warwick, RI. Thanks to everyone who played!

  • “Purple is my favorite color, but I like all the colors….except black and white. I do like black and white mixed together though.”

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