Date: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) 2 SPECIAL OFFERS!
1- General Admission/EARLY BIRD: $25 until May 31
2- EXPERIENCE THE EVENING LIKE A VIP!
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
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.
Date: November 21, 2014 Venue: Chhandayan Center (NY) Review by Dawoud Kringle
On Saturday, November 21st a pre-release showing of the documentary Raga Revelry was presented in public for the first time at Chhandayan Center. Directed by Mahesh Nair, and produced by Shreedevi Thacker, the film easily succeeded in the herculean task of taking the music and tradition of Indian Raga, and presenting it in a two-hour documentary; like distilling the essence of an enormous garden into a vial of perfume.
Date: October 12, 2014 Venue: Pace University’s Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts(NY) Concert review by Dante Mann
Sarod. Sarod? Sarod! Nothing sparks one’s interest like something new and unique. Why am I just now experiencing the strikingly distinctive timbre and visually intriguing qualities of this remarkable instrument?
Date: Friday, October 29, 2010 Venue: Town Hall Text and photos by: Veronique Lerebours (HarmoNYom)
“DazzlingZakir Hussain on tabla and virtuosoNiladri Kumar on sitar delivered to the New Yorkers an incredible and astonishing performance. That was nothing short of majestic to mesmerize the bursting audience! The charisma of both artists, the geniality and creativity of their agile fingers flirting with their respective instruments and the brilliant combination of two gifted maestros where all there!