Raghu Dixit performs for the Queen –
It’s been an exciting time recently for Raghu Dixit.
A few weeks ago he performed live in front of The Queen at Windsor Castle. He sang his song Mysore Se Ayi, surrounded by a troupe of dancers from Bangalore, the dance company owned and choreographed by Raghu’s wife, Mayuri Upadhya
On Sunday 3rd of June – ITV broadcast this spectacular pageant from 6-30pm to 8-30pm:
All the Queen’s Horses: A Diamond Jubilee Special
Alan Titchmarsh hosts a spectacular pageant in the grounds of Windsor Castle featuring horses and performers from around the world, including the New South Wales Mounted Police and the Marwari Horses of India. Dame Helen Mirren, Rolf Harris, Omid Djalili, Sanjeev Bhaskar and other stars of stage and screen represent the different continents. The horses are accompanied by live music from some of the world’s biggest stars including Susan Boyle, Joss Stone, Il Divo, Raghu Dixit and violinist David Garrett. The show also includes rare archive footage of the Queen during her sixty-year reign.
Raghu has just played his first concerts of the season in Europe (Holland and Germany) and now embarks on a summer run of UK festivals.
You can listen and download Raghu’s latest release ‘Unplugged (Live in York)’ below:
or on Amazon if you prefer:
(also on 90 other online stores in 240 countries!)