Come and support local Karnatik artists in this offering of South Indian music to the Metro Vancouver community. The recital will feature two performances: one shorter opening slot featuring emerging artists and a longer main slot with senior artists, all of whom reside in Metro Vancouver.


Featured senior artists:
Remya Rajiv (vocal)
Shriam Rajagopalan (violin)
Keerthy Raghavan (mridangam)


Featured emerging artists:
Satvik + Shravan (violin duo)
Sudharshan Sridharan (mridangam)


Entry is by donation at levels of $0, $10, and $20.


We thank our funders the British Columbia Arts Council and Canadian Heritage. Also thanks to Sangeetamaruti Arts Academy for the use of their audio equipment.

We gratefully acknowledge the following for funding support:

Time Will Tell Arts Society (TWTAS) is registered a not-for-profit performing arts society, dedicated to promoting multicultural artistic expression from traditional, neo-traditional and original sources, with a focus on rhythm, primarily emanating from South Asia and Africa, but not limited to those geo-cultural areas. This mandate takes the form of supporting and producing workshops, concerts, lecture-demonstrations and collaborations with other organizations and artists, with the aim of promoting historically underrepresented and/or misunderstood cultural expressions.
Our work takes many shapes, including supporting and producing concerts, workshops, lecture-demonstrations and collaborations with other artists and organizations, locally and internationally. We have been in existence since 2013 and produce events yearly, featuring a broad cross-section of artists, cultures, ensembles, partners, and interests.
We have been fortunate to have regularly received funding from the City of Vancouver, the BC Arts Council, SOCAN Foundation, BC Gaming, Metro Vancouver, the Canada Council for the Arts and TD Then and Now.
We live, work, and play on the unceded traditional territories of the Coast Salish peoples–Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), Stó:lō and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) Nations, also known as Vancouver, BC.

A sample of some of our major events since inception is below. Beyond these concerts, we also work with master artists to offer workshops for the general public, as well as for institutions and other community organizations, such as the Vancouver School Board, New Works Dance, and City of Vancouver.

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