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Concert Review: Raga Masters Come To St. Peter’s (NY) Performing Classical Indian raga

Photo by Veronique  Lerebours

Photo by Veronique Lerebours

Date: Friday, June 12, 2015
Venue: St. Peter’s Chelsea Episcopal Church (NY)
Review by Dawoud Kringle

All videos and photos courtesy of HarmoNYom”s Veronique Leboures
All photos by HarmoNYom”s Veronique Lerebours

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Recommended Concert: Aashish Khan, Anupam Shobhakar, Anindo Chatterjee & Manik Munde

Aashish Khan, Anupam Shobhakar, Anindo Chatterjee & Manik MundeDate: Friday, June 12, 2015
Time: 8pm – 10pm
Venue: St. Peter’s Episcopal Church – Chelsea (346 West 20 Street, New York, NY 10011)
General admission: $30 – $20 (Students/Seniors) – $100 (VIP)
1- General Admission/EARLY BIRD: $25 until May 31
We could not put together this fabulous event without you…Support the artists and we’ll treat you like a VIP. All contributions of $100 are tax-deductible and include 1 VIP ticket to the Concert. Online Tickets: buy here
Genre: Indian Classical music

HarmoNYomHarmoNYom, in association with 1cropped-cropped-brmBrooklyn Raga Massive, present A Divine Dance of North Indian Ragas and Talas!

This special evening will present the listeners with a rare confluence of among the realms of both Indian raga and rhythm. The living legend Ustad Aashish Khan and his stellar disciple Sri Anupam Shobhakar present their mastery of the sarode, drawn from the both the ancient dhrupad style as well as the more contemporary khayal style.

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Concert Review: Roopa Panesar, Sitar Virtuoso Makes Her New York Debut

Women's Voices FestivalDate: October 4, 2014
Venue: St. Peter’s Church (NY)
Review by Dawoud Kringle

HarmoNYom in collaboration with Robert Browning Associates kicked off its Women’s Voices Festival at St. Peter’s Church with the New York debut of London based sitarist Roopa Panesar.

Panesar began training at the age of seven under sitar maestro Ustad Dharambir Singh. She also studied under Pandit Arvind Parikh, Ustad Shahid Parvez, Ustad Bahauddin Dagar, Ustad Siraj Khan and Pt. Ajoy Chakroborty. As well as being deeply rooted in the classical tradition, Roopa has collaborated with musicians from different genres such as Talvin Singh, Laura Wright and Dirk Brosse to name a few. Roopa has toured extensively in the UK, Europe and USA, and released her debut album Khoj in 2011. She also teaches the sitar, and is involved in numerous projects to inspire and educate the next generation of Indian classical musicians.

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Concert review: Snehasish Mozumder proves that Indian classical music can be played on a mandolin

Date: April, 6, 2013
Venue:the Rubin Museum of Art (NY)

Review by Dawoud Kringle, photos and video by Veronique Lerebours

Music Room Festival April 2013 Snehasish Mozumder Concert by Veronique LereboursHarmoNYom, and  the Rubin Museum of Art presented a weekend long Pt. Ravi Shankar tribute series as part of the MUSIC ROOM FESTIVAL. On Saturday, April 6, I attended a performance of mandolin virtuoso Snehasish Mozumder, with Aditya Kalyanpur on tabla.

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