November Fest 2012

November Fest 2012

 

  • Level 1 - 25th Nov

    WIND SONG - Carnatic vocal and flute jugalbandi

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    INR 400
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  • Level 2 - 25th Nov

    WIND SONG - Carnatic vocal and flute jugalbandi

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    INR 300
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  • Level 3 - 25th Nov

    WIND SONG - Carnatic vocal and flute jugalbandi

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    INR 200
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November Fest 2012:


1. Two Oceans - Carnatic percussion with Western Jazz:


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Two Oceans - Carnatic percussion with Western Jazz:


Carnatic percussion with Western Jazz, Australian Art Orchestra (Australia) with Karaikudi Mani’s Sruthi Laya Ensemble Rich in power, beauty and originality, Two Oceans represents a new direction in music built on the deep foundations of Carnatic music in dialogue with Western jazz traditions. It has performed across India, Europe, Australia and Asia, wowing audiences with its intoxicating blend of music, percussion and dance.

23rd Nov 2012

7:30 pm Onwards

 

 

 

2. BAMBOO JAZZ - Eastern Flute with Western Jazz :


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BAMBOO JAZZ - Eastern Flute with Western Jazz :


Eastern Flute with Western Jazz
Shashank and New Jungle Orchestra (Denmark), A musical conversation between an Indian classical flautist and a jazz band from Denmark that incorporates the best of jazz with the best of Carnatic classical music. The band draws its inspiration from the sounds of the jungle. Pierre Dørge of the New Jungle Orchestra is one of the most prolific and wide-ranging figures on the Danish music scene today; while Shashank is widely recognised as one of the best bamboo flute artists in the world.

24thNov 2012

7:30 pm Onwards

 

 

3. WIND SONG - Carnatic vocal and flute jugalbandi :


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WIND SONG - Carnatic vocal and flute jugalbandi


Bombay Jayashri and Ronu Mazumda Two famous artistes and childhood friends celebrate the similarities and differences of the Hindustani and Carnatic systems. The unique blend of voice and bansuri is the result of their constant journey to find new expressions.

25thNov 2012

7:30 pm Onwards

 


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