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Berklee Indian Ensemble Live: The Shuruaat Tour
The Shuruaat Tour: Join the GRAMMY-nominated Berklee Indian Ensemble on their first-ever concert in Atlanta for an evening of joy, celebration, laughs, and incredible interpretations of Indian music. All proceeds go towards education of underprivileged children in India.


Range: $15.00 - $79.00


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    • Tuesday, Mar 28, 2023, 6:30 - 8pm

Event Details

The Grammy-nominated Berklee Indian Ensemble is bringing its soul-soothing Indian music to Atlanta for the first time! Fresh off the release of their Grammy nominated debut album, Shuruaat, the Ensemble is on the road with a slate of originals, new arrangements, songs from the album, and, of course, audience favorite classics. They have collaborated with some of the most lauded Indian artists such as A.R. Rahman, Shreya Ghoshal, Shankar Mahadevan and Zakir Hussain. Join some of the Ensemble's most recognizable faces for an evening of joy, celebration, laughs, and of course, an incredible blend of Indian classical, Bollywood, Sufi, and Jazz music. All the proceeds from the concert will be donated towards the education of underprivileged children in India through Asha for Education. Immerse yourself in the soul-satisfying music that the Ensemble never fails to deliver with the satisfaction of making a child’s future bright!

Learn more about the Berklee Indian Ensemble.

Learn more about Asha for Education.


  • $79 VIP Package* (rows A & B) VIP TICKETS SOLD OUT
  • $59 VIP Package* (rows C - Q) VIP TICKETS SOLD OUT
  • $20, $25, $49 General public (mezzanine, rows C - Q, rows A & B)
  • $15, $20, $49 GT students, faculty, and staff (mezzanine, rows C - Q, rows A & B)
  • $20 ADA/accessible area (limit 4)
  • $15, $18 Groups of 10 or more (mezzanine, rows C - Q)

There are no GT discounts for the VIP packages, or rows A & B.

*VIP Packages include:

  • Priority entry
  • Soft drink of your choice
  • Meet the artists after the show

Groups of 10 or more please contact the box office


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Asha for Education Atlanta

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Asha for Education was started in the summer of 1991 by a few students at the University of California, Berkeley. These young students shared the belief that education is a critical requisite and an effective catalyst for social and economic change in India. The group was called ‘Asha’ to represent the hope that they envisioned bringing into the lives of children in India. In keeping with this…