Mumbai: After honours at the Grammys and the Oscars, music maestro A.R. Rahman has teamed up with Madonna's choreographer for his upcoming ‘Jai Ho' concert.

‘Jai Ho Concert: The Journey Home,' which kick-starts from New York on June 11, will cover over 20 cities worldwide.

Rahman, whose score in Slumdog Millionaire won international acclaim, has teamed up with choreographer-director Amy Tinkham, who has worked on live concerts for pop icons like Paul McCartney, Madonna, Britney Spears and Dixie Chicks.

The event will blend new technologies with dance arrangements and acrobatics. It will feature changing sets, large images and a cast of musicians and dancers from across the globe.

“The treatment will be theatrical with new age technology during the two-hour, 20 minute musical spectacle,” said Deepak Gattani of Rapport Productions, who is producing the show.

The concert will regale audience in the United States, Canada, Netherlands, France, Norway and the United Kingdom— PTI