Anoushka Shankar, daughter of legendary sitarist Ravi Shankar, will visit India next month to promote her new single 'Traces Of You' from her Indo- Western album of the same name.
The 32-year-old Grammy nominated sitarist's two city concert in Mumbai and Delhi will take place on December 12 and December 13.
The concert is put together by Bliss Entertainment.
"I am very excited to be coming to India. I will travel to the sub-continent to promote my latest single. It's going to be a memorable trip as this is my first visit to India after Zubin (first child) was born. All this couldn't have happened without the folks at Bliss Entertainment," Anoushka said in a statement.
Her upcoming seventh studio album is also a remembrance to her late father. It also features the appearances by her half-sister Norah Jones, noted Hang exponent Manu Delago, world-renowned percussionists Tanmoy Bose and Pirashanna Thevarajah, among others.
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