"The Music Room"
where music dissolves all boundaries!
An intimate journey into the diversity and dynamic nature of Indian Classical Music presented by HarmoNYom.
Saturday February 26 2011, 8:00 pm
(Doors open at 7:30 pm)
A performance by maestro Ustad Shahid Parvez Khan, one of the most outstanding sitarist, accompanied by brilliant Nitin Mitta on tabla. The concert will be followed by a lively conversation with the artists. The evening includes complimentary Chai and Indian-inspired gourmet snacks.
Venue: St. John's Lutheran Church, 81 Christopher Street (Corner 7 Ave), New York, NY 10014. Directions and map
Tickets (1 concert): $40, $25 (Students w/ID, Seniors & Children under 18) (Cash only at door)
Memberships (3 concerts): $115 (Individual), $220 (Pair), $65 (Students w/ID, Seniors & Children under 18
To read: "Classical Indian Sitarist Coming to NY"
- Feb 21, 2011
Ut. Shahid Parvez showing his magnificant control of the sitar in this awkward 10 beats, Jhaptaal, gat accompanied by Pandit Kumar Bose on tabla. In Delhi on the 1 March 2007.
The Music Room is an unique project highlighting maestros from South Asia but as well producing five fundraising events bringing music lovers together to support Music Basti, a non-for-profit organization empowering hundreds of "street children" from India through the media of music. HarmoNYom will donate 10% of all revenues to Music Basti as part of the fundraisings!
In the Music Room, we aim to push the envelope even further. We are moving beyond borders to celebrate the richness and heritage of Indian Classical Music by returning to one of South Asia’s most revered traditions of the past. Come join us as we recreate the magic of the Baithak!
Up close and personal with five maestros:
Pt. Vishwa Mohan Bhatt (October 2 2010),
Ut. Shahid Parvez Khan (February 26 2011),
Shashank Subramanyam (April 17 2011),
Ut. Wasifuddin Dagar (May 20 2011)
Ut. Mashkoor Ali Khan (July 2011).
Just as the centuries old paintings depict, we’ll gather cozily around our visiting maestros for informal talks and extraordinary performances. No blinding stage lights, no hard seats, just a free and open exchange between artist and audience. And the magical creations of the rhythms and ragas…
Learn more about The Music Room
WKCR 98.9 FM NY, St. John Lutheran's Church, Mukti Kitchen, Music Basti, The Anamika Navatman Project, DooBeeDooBeeDoo, Sidart Photography, Marcus Simpson, Dawoud Kringle, Vishesh Sharma
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