• Jul 17, 2021 from 8:00pm to 11:30pm
  • Location: Karamel London, N22
  • Latest Activity: Jul 13

A night of Indian Classical music with a North London twist.

 

Yousuf Ali Khan, a highly valued and influential core member of the Grand Union Orchestra for 25 years. Born into a famous dynasty of Bengali musicians and a pupil of the renowned master Ali Akhbar Khan, Yousuf began playing tabla at the age of five, later studying in Kolkata. He is now an internationally-acclaimed performer and accompanist of choice for Bangladeshi and Indian musicians visiting the UK.

 

Jonathan has performed all over the world including, France, Germany, Russia, United Arab Emirates, Australia, America, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and two very successful tours in India (including a performance at The Dover Lane Music Conference) as well as a number of performances for the BBC in the UK.

 

Playing drums from childhood, Clarvis played jazz and rock while at school and performed with the National Youth Orchestra. After two years at the Royal College of Music he became a full-time musician. He continued playing jazz, but his interests also turned to folk. Clarvis also played classical music, working with the BBC Symphony Orchestra on a performance of Harrison Birtwistle’s, played at the last night of the Proms, and London Sinfonietta.

 

Doors open at 7pm, and music starts at 8pm.

 

Please book a ticket in advance. A limited number of seats are available due to current social distancing restrictions. 

 

Karamel has a full fresh air ventilation system installed.

 

Indian Classical concert with Yousuf Ali Khan, Jonathan Mayer, Paul Clarvis

Saturday 17th July at 8pm

All welcome - £10 admission

Karamel London, N22

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Events and Activities

Until 30 September - Artists Walk 2021 in Alexandra Park and Palace. A pandemic-friendly, healthy way to take in art produced by local artists outside the traditional gallery space.

Friday 24 September - Live spoken word and poetry performance at Karamel*, 8pm. Limited seats available, please book.

Saturday 25 September - Muswell Hill Creatives Autumn Fair at St. James Square, Muswell Hill, 10.30-5.30pm.

Saturday 25 to Monday 27 September  - Crouch End Open Studios at Hornsey Library, Saturday 11-5pm, Sunday and Monday 12-4pm.

Saturday 25 September - Stop the Edmonton Incinerator!, march from Edmonton Green to the current Incinerator, 1pm.

Sunday 26 September - Haringey Big Walk and Bike Ride from Finsbury Park to Downhills Park, starting at the Manor House entrance to Finsbury Park, 10.30 for 11am. Part of Great Big Green Week.

Sunday 26 September - Friends of Ally Pally Station Gardening Party, 3-5pm. On the station platforms.

Wednesday 29 September - Haringey Welcome event at Karamel restaurant*, 7pm. An evening of food, drink, exciting performances, and inspiring stories!

Wednesday 29 September – Online History Talk: Picture Shows before Cinema, 7.30pm. By Zoom.

Thursday 30 September - Movers and Shakers on Thursdays at Karamel*, 11.30-12pm. Music and movement for babies and toddlers.

Thursday 30 September - Tomorrow's Warriors present Emily Roberts at Karamel*, 8pm. Please book.

Friday 1 October Obafunke Fusion at Karamel*, 8pm. Please book.

Saturday 2 October - Collage Kids present Aunty Sarah: the Mouse on the Moon at Karamel*, 11.30am. Please RSVP.

Saturday 2 October - Zantogola at Karamel*, 8pm. Please book.

Thursday 7 October - Phoebe Rees at Bowes Park Folk Club at Mum's Bistro, 143 Middleton Road N22, 7.45pm.

 

Exhibitions

Weaving Tales of Resilience at Bruce Castle Museum from 22 September to 26 February 2022. How diverse communities in Tottenham pulled together the community threads of resilience; created from textiles and film media.

We have always been here: Black, Asian and Minority LGBTQ+ history in Haringey from 1970s to the 1990s, at Bruce Castle Museum from 22 September to 31 October.

Sisters, Sirens and Saints – imagining the women of Beatrice Offor, at Bruce Castle Museum, from 22 September – 23 December.

 

Courses and Activities

Movers and Shakers - Thursdays at Karamel, 11.30-12pm. Music and movement for babies and toddlers.

Free Martial Arts Classes for Women (Brazilian Jiu Jitsu) Saturdays in October at Alexandra Park School, 1pm.

Salsa with Sureka – live course on Wednesday evenings starting 8 Sept at Bounds Green School, Bounds Green Road N11 2QG, 7-8pm. 

Finding the Poem Set 1 – Monday evenings starting 13 Sept on zoom, 6.30-9pm. Collage Writing Room course.

Creative Writing Foundation part 1 – Tuesday mornings starting 14 Sept on zoom, 10.30-1pm. Collage Writing Room course.

Life Writing and Memoir – Tuesday mornings starting 14 Sept on zoom, 10.30-1pm. Collage Writing Room course.

Prioritise your Writing! – Wednesday mornings starting 15th Sept on zoom, 10.30-1pm. Collage Writing Room course. 

Write into Childhood – Tuesday evenings starting 2 Nov on zoom, 6.30-9pm. Collage Writing Room course.

Short Fiction Workshop – Wednesday evenings starting 3 Nov on zoom, 6.30-9pm. Collage Writing Room course.

 

 

*Karamel Restaurant is in Coburg Road, Wood Green.

 

 

 


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