Sitar is an instrument used in Indian music. It is fretted, has 18 to 20 strings and finds a lot of use in classical and Hindustani music. Sitar is an Indian musical instrument that is not just popular in India but across the world.
However, there is very less exposure to such instruments today and most of our younger generation do not even know about this instrument that hasits roots attached to the culture of our country. So why not give your guests a unique chance to not just see and appreciate this musical instrument but also let them hear a talented artist perform live with the Sitar.
Hire outstanding Sitar players from us
Art and Artists is a well-known company and we have been catering to various guests for ages. We have a team of professional musicians who are well versed in playing various musical instruments. Our Sitar players top the lot and our clients have appreciated the performance in the past because of the ease with which our players play music from the instrument live at any event.
We get you the best sitar players
We have a team of the finest sitar players who perform authentic music at your wedding, reception or corporate party. They can perform a mix of authentic music as well as play some Bollywood songs. If you have a special request then you may pass down the list to them before the event and they will play it for you. Most of our Sitar players play solo but if you wish to then you can also combine our sitar players with a tabla player to take the entertainment performance to the next level.
Things to note when hiring our sitar players
We assure you of the best Sitar players who will enthrall all your audience. Our Sitar players come well-dressed and they know how to keep your guests engaged through the event. However, you need to take care that you set a raised stage for our Sitar players to perform. Our Sitar players play the instrument in the traditional way so they will sit on the floor. This is why they will need a raised platform to perform so that all your guests get a good view of the Sitar players.