Farm to Tabla

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5TH
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Farm to Tabla | November 5th

Swathe your senses in a tapestry of North Indian music, farm-to-table cuisine, and gentle yoga while exploring the Valley’s most exquisite estate. Inspired by the autumnal colors of saffron, carmine, rust and ochre, the ragas will entrance and the flavors delight, “coloring the mind” in harmony with the season. Tickets are $35 (meal included), and guests are welcome to participate in any or all of the activities. 

Schedule

4PM – Check-in

4:30 – Yoga & Meditation

5:30 – Masala Chai & Sweet Snack

6PM – Banaras Soul Music

7PM – North Indian Vegetarian Feast

8PM – Bonfire & Mulled Cider

Goswami & Ramu

Our musical guests are two of North India’s most revered classical musicians, who weave musical motifs into melodic tapestries called “Ragas”. In the Indian tradition, ragas are experienced as guided meditations that can “color the mind” and affect the emotions of the audience, reflecting specific moods, seasons and times.

Don’t miss this rare and intimate performance with masters Ramu Pandit (tablas) and Rabindra Goswami (sitar), and then join them at the table for a feast afterwards.

Yoga With Arden Sundari Pierce

Unwind with an hour of gentle poses and breath work to relax the body, reduce mental chatter, and heighten the senses in preparation for the evening’s ragas. Please bring mat if you have one; props will be provided. All abilities are welcome. 

Arden has been a Yoga Therapist and teacher for over twenty-five years and is a co-owner of Sun Studio in Florence.

Masala Chai & Gajar ka Halwa

Sip and savor a traditional cup of Masala chai, made with black tea – hand carried from Sri Lanka – simmered with locally grown organic ginger, and warming spices. The chai will be served with gajar ka halwa, a traditional North Indian pudding made of local, organic carrots gently simmered in milk, sugar, and cardamom. Don’t let its humble ingredients fool you. This delicately spiced sweet snack will awaken your tastebuds in advance of the evening meal.

North Indian Feast

Sisters Roshni and Anushka Prabakar are preparing a sumptuous North Indian vegetarian feast to enjoy after the music. Harvesting produce from Heart & Soil farm as well as other local growers, they will transform the bounty of the season into a lively melange of familiar and exotic flavors. The delectable menu includes Onion Pakora with mint and coconut dipping sauces, Aloo Gobi, Cabbage Thoran, Dhal with seasonal greens, Cumin scented rice, and Naan.

Heart & Soil Farm and Catering is an organic and family-run operation located in North Brookfield, MA. Combining Indian and farm-to-table influences, they grow and prepare their food with great love which they believe you will taste and feel in every bite. They strive to nurture and empower not just their customers but their community through nutrition and memorable dining experiences.

IMPRESA

Slip away to an enchanting place that is nearby, yet worlds apart from our busy, digitally saturated lives. Indulge the senses and discover Hinterland.Live.

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Hinterland.Live is produced by Laudable Productions, a creative agency located in Easthampton, MA.

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