STEP INTO THE TIME MACHINE FOR A DESTINATION FULL OF PASSION AND EXOTICISM
color your mind !
Rāga (or raag) literally means "to color, to paint". It has been for millennia, the central element of Indian music.
Each raga is a a collection of melodic structures with musical motifs, meant to "color the mind" and arouse certain emotions of the listening audience.
There are ragas for any moment of the day, of the season, or of the year.
The evening ragas inspire love and intense passion. They are the best gate to the magic of Indian music.
THE PERFECT VEHICLE
to discover the delightful world of melody and rhythm of Indian Classical Music.
You will experience one of the most attractive forms of improvised music.
The delight of the evening will be the moments of jugalbandi, in which two of the musicians will launch into a playful competition, provoking each other with more and more sophisticated musical phrases.
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A FINE LINE OF MASTERS
Rohan Dasgupta - sitar
Charismatic young sitar players, coming from a family of musicians from Kolkata. Showing magical command over the implicit nuances of the Ragas and equally maverick in experimentation with other forms of music, like jazz or fusion.
Udhai Mazumdar - tabla
Direct disciple of Ravi Shankar, with whom he studied in the ancient tradition, living together with the master. He has toured in India, France, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Hungary, Romania, Russia, Ukraine, Mongolia, Vietnam and Indonesia.
Bhaskar Das - bansuri
One of the finest young bansuri players of India. Descendant of a great family of musicians from Allahabad, Bhaskar received his first flute at the age of four, from master Bholanath Prasanna, guru of the legendary Hariprasad Chaurasia.