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FRIDAY JUNE 12, 8PM
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SATURDAY FEBRUARY 21, 8PM
Kiran Ahluwalia- CD release concert Feb 21 at Roulette, Brooklyn
Born in India, raised in Canada, and based in New York City, this singer has been playing Indian classical and folk songs since she was in elementary school. While in New York, she met the noted guitarist Rez Abbasi, who is a native of Pakistan and grew up in California. Now married, they are potent musical collaborators. Abbasi produced Ahluwalia’s new album, “Sanata: Stillness,” weaving a ringing electric-guitar tapestry throughout it.
They’ll be joined in concert by Nitin Mitta, on tabla, Will Holshouser, on accordion, and Nikku Nayar, on electric bass. Expect a vibrant, stirring amalgam of Eastern, Western, and African modalities and rhythms.
Roulette, 509 Atlantic Ave., Brooklyn, NY
Tickets: $30 / $25 for students and seniors
Tickets here --- http://www.robertbrowningassociates.com
THURSDAY MARCH 12, 7PM
Rajasthani Songs from the Desert of Pakistan:
Mai Dhai Ensemble
presented by Live@365
This concert marks a rare opportunity to hear Rajasthani music from Pakistan with Mai Dhai, a traditional Manganiyar singer and dhol player from the Thar Desert region. Hailing from Tharparkar, in the interior region of Sindh province, Mai Dhai’s driving percussion and other-worldly voice evoke the ancient rhythms of times long past.
The Manganiyars are a caste of Muslim musicians who traditionally performed for the kings of Rajasthan in the subcontinent. Their repertoire ranges from ballads about the kings to Sufi songs written by various mystics as well as songs for occasions such as birth, marriage, rains, and feasts.
Elebash Recital Hall
365 5th Ave, New York, New York 10016
More info: http://liveat365.org/concert06.php
SATURDAY MARCH 21, 8PM
Robert Browning Associates presents
one of India’s foremost classical instrumentalists
with Abhijit Banerjee
“The Singing Violin”: Music of North India
“a musician of giant-like qualities” — Jazz Wise
509 Atlantic Avenue at 3rd Ave.,
$30; $25 students, seniors
SATURDAY MARCH 28, 8PM
CARNEGIE HALL PRESENTS
Zakir Hussain's Pulse of the World:
Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage
West 57 Street - 7 Ave, NYC
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SOLD OUT! THURSDAY APRIL 30, 7PM
The IRCPL, Barnard Religion Department, Barnard Center for Translation Studies, and South Asia Institute at Columbia University present a concert and discussion:
“Performing Bhakti: Surdas in Song and Translation” Concert
Featuring a Hindustani Classical and Devotional performance by:
Pandit Sanjeev Abhyankar, Lead Vocals
Ajinkya Joshi, Tabla
Milind Kulkarni, Harmonium
The concert and discussion event celebrates the recent publication of Barnard Religion Professor Jack Hawley’s co-authored volume, Sur’s Ocean, which was recently published by Harvard University Press as part of the Murty Classical Library of India. The concert will be followed by a discussion on performance, song, and translation.
Professor Jack Hawley, translator of Sur’s Ocean
Pandit Sanjeev Abhyankar, acclaimed vocal performer of the Mewati Gharana
The concert is hosted and curated by Yogi Trivedi, Columbia University.
Glicker Milstein Theatre
3009 Broadway, New York, 10027
FRIDAY MAY 1, 8PM
Robert Browning Associates presents:
FARID AYAZ, ABU MUHAMMAD & BROTHERS QAWWAL
Sufi Music of Pakistan - Part of the World in Trance Festival
Farid Ayaz, Abu Muhammad & Brothers Qawwal perform qawwali, the ecstatic devotional music of Sufi Muslims made famous in the West by Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. The 9-member ensemble has gained international recognition for its renditions of both the popular traditional form and the more introspective ancient classical qawwali that is seldom heard today.
Roulette, 509 Atlantic Ave (at 3rd Ave), Downtown Brooklyn
Tickets online: http://www.robertbrowningassociates.com/farid-ayaz-abu-muha…
photo: Jack Vartoogian/ FrontRowPhotos
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