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Photos: Burkhard Meißner, MERU

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See http://www.oranjerieprogramma.nl/nl/voorstellingen/programma-overzicht/meru-concert/1861/

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SATURDAY, 11 APRIL 2015, 20:00 HRS

ROERMOND, THEATERHOTEL DE ORANJERIE, THEATRE

Enjoy the finest of Indian classical music from three of the most prominent young artists of India. They have received their training since early child­hood from the great maestros of India.

gandharva-ladiesAnkita Joshi: Her expressive voice and mastery of ragas enlivens rapturous harmony and bliss in the minds and hearts of listeners. In the last 13 years, Ankita trained under the direct guidance of one of India’s greatest classical singers, Padma Vibhushan Pandit Jasraj. She has received many awards and has performed extensively at top venues throughout India.

Nirali Kartik: The beauty and joy emanating from Nirali’s singing has been cultured through long years of dedicated practice and perseverance to master the intricacies of Indian classical music. She has performed at music festivals across India and in many European countries. Nirali has collaborated with many world music artists and is the lead vocalist in her band ‘Maati Baani’.

Ragini Shankar: Ragini delights her listeners with her flawless violin performances of beautiful classical ragas. Since the tender age of four, Ragini has been fortunate to train under her renowned mother Sangeeta Shankar, and her grandmother, the legendary violinist, Padma Bhushan Dr. N. Rajam. Ragini has performed at prestigious music events in India and abroad.

Accompanying them on tabla will be Ramkrishna Manohar, and on harmonium, Santosh Ghante.

The Eternal Music of Nature
Music that Connects You with Nature. A breath-taking sunset, a panoramic mountain view or a waterfall in the woods can fill you with wonder and joy. The melodies of Indian classical music – known as Gandharva Veda – mirror this experience.

About Raga Melodies
Gandharva Veda is based on melodies called Ragas. Each Raga has a unique structure which combines both fixed elements and infinite possibilities of variation, allowing the musician to bring out all the subtle values of the frequencies present at that time of the day.

Each of these melodies (Ragas) traces the vibrations and pattern of a particular time of day. When you listen to a melody during the specified time period, it creates a natural balance and harmony in your awareness and in the environment, and through the particular quality (Rasa) of each Raga, characteristics such as greater courage, self-confidence, wisdom, and happiness are enlivened.

For all details, tickets etc. please visit http://concert.meru-mvu.org/the-concert/

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Sumitra Guha, the popular Gandharva vocaliste is visiting Europe this summer.  Her website is  http://www.sumitraguha.in

Please contact her if you would like to organize a concert for her.

Here a recording of Raga Charukekshi, with Bharat Bhushan Goswami (sarangi) and Shri Prasun Chatterji (tabla).

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Sunday, 21 July 2013, 14:00 hrs, TheaterHotel Oranjerie, Roermond, The Netherlands

Tickets: www.oranjerieprogramma.nl and concerts@maharishi.net

An Afternoon with the Best of India TheaterHotel Oranjerie, Roermond

Kaushiki Chakrabarty: The finest Indian classical singer of her generation. CLICK FOR VIDEO

Vijay Ghate: Top ranking maestro of Tabla

Soumik Datta: Sarod – ‘One of the biggest new music talents in Britain’—Vogue CLICK FOR VIDEO

 

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