Win Tickets to Song of the Divine Kirtan at Stanford

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ICMA Foundation, in collaboration with Stanford University, brings you a unique cross-platform, cultural experience! Accomplished North Indian classical vocalist Mahesh Kale teams up with Professor Anna Schultz (Department of Music, Stanford University) to explore a powerful devotional song and storytelling tradition of western India - the Kirtan. Originating from the region of Maharashtra, with deep roots in devotion and the communitarian experience, the Kirtan has withstood the test of time, emerging as a powerful simultaneous medium for art, expression, spirituality and identity.

In this audio-visual presentation, you will witness videos clips by eminent personalities in the field, experience dazzling renditions of Kirtan and Abhang performed by Mahesh Kale and group, with accompanying artists - Suryaksha Deshpande (Tabla) and Anand Karve (Harmonium)  - while Prof. Anna Schultz will walk you through the historical landscape of this ancient art form.

Don’t want to miss this opportunity to experience the Kirtan in living, breathing form on May 4 at Stanford? We've got tickets!

All you have to do to enter our contest is answer the following question:

What does ICMA stand for?

Email us your answer and full name and address to giveaway@kqed.org and from all correct entries, we'll randomly select 5 winners for a pair of tickets each. Deadline to enter is Monday, April 29 at 9am.

Value of each ticket: $20. You must be a California resident and 18 years or older to participate. Employees of KQED are not eligible to enter.

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