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Music – Prabha Atre – Low-Key Virtuoso

Others | Mar 21, 1981

Dr Prabha Atre, 45, vocalist, is a simple, unassuming person, not given to talking about herself. Watching her go about the modest Mahim flat, worrying about the carpenter not coming in, or the snacks being served right, it is difficult to imagine the same woman on stage at a concert—dignified, even a little aloof, and totally in command of her performance.

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