This Saturday evening, the nationally acclaimed, Chicago-based Surabhi Ensemble will be performing "The Andalusian Trail," an evening of music and dance from Southern Spain, India, North Africa, and the Middle East.
The event, sponsored by the Indiana Center for Middle East Peace, takes place at Canterbury High School.
The group's mission is bringing people together to celebrate diverse global cultures, musical genres, race and religion, which they've been doing, to the delight of cross-cultural audiences across the mid-west, and the country, for about a decade.
Intrigued by the exotic cultural itinerary, WBOI's Julia Meek met by phone with Surabhi's co-founder, Ronnie Malley, to learn when his own musical passion began, how this cultural celebration will unfold, and where he hopes this musical journey will lead.
The Center for Middle East Peace Presents:
Surabhi Ensemble's Andalusian Trail
Canterbury High School
3210 Smith Road, Fort Wayne
Saturday, March 10th, 2018
Ticket information is available at the Indiana Center for Mideast Peace website.