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WIN a pair of tickets to see Susheela Raman live in London!

Following her sold out, five-star-reviewed gig at Alchemy last year, Susheela Raman makes a triumphant return, this time collaborating with the renowned Rizwan-Muazzam Qawwalis, whose members come from a line of Qawwali singers spanning five centuries and include nephews of the legendary Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan.

Completing the line-up are The Master Musicians of Rajasthan, some of the finest musicians in India, plus tabla star and long-term Nitin Sawhney collaborator Aref Durvesh, and Susheela’s producer and guitarist Sam Mills.

We’re giving YOU the change to win a pair of tickets to attend what will be an incredible and powerful night of music by Susheela Raman in London on Wednesday, April 10th 2013.

To be in with a chance of winning, all you have to do is answer the following question:

Susheela Raman’s sound is heavily influenced by which style of Indian music?

a) Bhangra
b) South Indian classical (Carnatic)
c) Indian pop
d) Hip-Hop

Send your answer along with your name, emaill address and contact telephone number to with "Susheela Competition" as the subject, by 10am on Friday, April 5th.

One winner will receive a pair of tickets to the event, and a runner-up will be sent a CD of Susheela Raman’s performance "HAL – Recorded Live at Queen Elizabeth Hall"!

Check out Part 1 of our interview with Susheela Raman below. The rest can be viewed on our YouTube channel, by clicking here

The draw will be made at 11am on April 5th, and the winner and runner-up will be notified by telephone and email. We will make reasonable efforts to contact our winner, but if the winner cannot be contact by 4pm on April 5th then their prize will be forfeited and another winner will be selected at random. Should you win the tickets, please note that the prize comprises two tickets for the concert at London’s Royal Festival Hall at 7:30pm on Wednesday, April 10th 2013. You must be able to travel to and from the venue yourself, and under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.