3RD I PRESENTS: MUGHAL E AZAAM & THE RISE OF EPIC BOLLYWOOD LECTURE BY ROBIN SUKHADIA

Sunday, November 9, 2014|  1PM

http://www.thirdi.org/event/mughal-e-azam-ruminations-on-a-classic-spectacle/

New People Cinema

1746 Post Street

San Francisco

Robin Sukhadia returns to 3rd I to lead an examination of Mughal e Azaam, considered by many to be the Greatest Bollywood Movie Ever Made. The 1960 film introduced color to Indian cinemagoers, launched the careers of Madhubala and Dilip Kumar, and featured a gorgeous score composed by Naushad. Robin’s lecture will present clips from the film with a special emphasis on the film’s music and the influence of Mughal culture on the aesthetics of Bollywood film. The lecture is being presented as part of 3rd i’s Music and Dance programming at this year’s festival. He will be joined by special guest and bollywood expert Manoj Shailendra.

Robin Sukhadia is a Bollywood music fanatic. He earned an MFA in World Music/Tabla from The California Institute of the Arts in 2007, and recently returned from a Fulbright assignment in India. He is a tabla disciple of Maestro Swapan Chaudhuri. Learn more at www.tablapusher.com.

RAGA & MEDITATION AT THE HOUSE OF INTUITION – NOVEMBER 2, 2014

Join Will Marsh (sitar) and Robin Sukhadia (tabla) for a special evening of Raga and Meditation at the House of Intuition. The evening’s sonic spiritual journey will begin with an opening Chakra meditation led by Robin Sukhadia. This meditation will ground the listener and open the Crown chakra to the universe’s divine creativity. Will and Robin will then present a north Indian raga on sitar and tabla. North Indian classical music is an ancient body of wisdom that invokes the divine through sacred melodic and rhythmic improvisations. We aim to create an atmosphere where both audience and performer can be most receptive to the healing power of music and raga to cleanse and tune our spirits, bodies and chakras. This opportunity to receive the blessings of a timeless musical lineage is not to be missed!

About the artists:

Will Marsh has been a dedicated student of the sitar since 2006. His musical journey led him to the California Institute of the Arts where he became a student of Ustad Aashish Khan and has since completed his MFA in North Indian Music. Will also is a student of sitar master Roshan Jamal Bhartiya. Blessed to have such great guidance, Will has been performing and teaching North Indian Classical music since 2010. Currently, Will resides in Los Angeles. More at www.willmarshmusic.com

Robin has been studying tabla with Pandit Swapan Chaudhuri at the Ali Akbar College of Music and at The California Institute of the Arts for the past 11 years. He completed Advanced Psychic Meditation and Healing Training at The Psychic School in San Francisco in 2013. He is a Fulbright Senior Research Scholar (India) and earned an MFA in World Music from CalArts. Learn more at www.tablapusher.com

CLASSICAL SITAR AND TABLA WITH WILL MARSH & ROBIN SUKHADIA – OCTOBER 25, 2014

Enjoy the blissful sounds of sitar and tabla performed by two rising artists of the tradition.

Saturday October 25, 2014
Mystic Journey Bookstore
1624 Abbot Kinney Blvd.
Venice CA 90291
mysticjourneybookstore.com/events
$15

Will Marsh has been a dedicated student of the sitar since 2006. His musical journey led him to the California Institute of the Arts where he became a student of Ustad Aashish Khan and has since completed his MFA in North Indian Music. Will also is a student of sitar master Roshan Jamal Bhartiya. Blessed to have such great guidance, Will has been performing and teaching North Indian Classical music in since 2010. Currently, Will resides in Los Angeles. More at www.willmarshmusic.com

A Fulbright Senior Research Scholar and Master in Fine Arts graduate from the World Music program at the California Institute of the Arts, Robin Sukhadia has been studying tabla under Pandit Swapan Chaudhuri at CalArts and the Ali Akbar College of Music in San Rafael, California for the past twelve years. Learn more at www.tablapusher.com

THE GOLDEN VOICES OF BOLLYWOOD @ CALARTS – OCTOBER 18, 2014

Bollywood’s Biggest Films and Voices
presented by Rajen and Robin Sukhadia (MFA 07)

Parent’s Weekend at CalArts
Saturday, October 18 // 11am – 12:30pm
Free

On Saturday October 18, CalArts Parent’s Weekend is thrilled to showcase the voices and films of Bollywood’s Golden Era. CalArts alumni Robin Sukhadia (MFA 07) and his father, Rajen Sukhadia, will present film music videos featuring Kishore, RD Burman, Rafi, Mukesh and more accompanied by live song performances, analysis, and historical/political insight. All the mega stars will be given due attention. We promise gregarious song and dance, whimsical musical arrangements, gaudy colors, and extremely melodramatic love scenes…all of this, of course, without any kissing on screen. Bring the kids!

Robin Sukhadia is a Bollywood music fanatic. He earned an MFA in World Music/Tabla from CalArts in 2007, and recently returned from a Fulbright assignment in India. He is a tabla disciple of Maestro Swapan Chaudhuri, who has served as the Chair of the World Music Department at CalArts. Learn more at www.tablapusher.com.

Rajen Sukhadia has been studying classical North Indian music since the age of 11 starting with his first Guru, Sri Raghubhai Pahadwala. For the past 10 years, he has been focusing his study with Srimati Kumudani Rathore in Greensboro, North Carolina and is currently studying tabla accompaniment with Sri Gaurang Doshi in Winston Salem, NC. Rajen is a devoted music teacher himself, and currently teaches vocal and tabla accompaniment in the Greensboro/High Point/Winston Salem area through the Sangeet Anand Musical Arts School. His classical training informs his deep love of Bollywood film music. Learn more at www.rajenmusic.com.

SEP THE CINEMA CABARET: RE-TAKES ON NORTH AMERICAN HISTORY – OCTOBER 5, 2014

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Sunday October 5, 2014, 7:30 pm
Los Angeles Filmforum presents
The Cinema Cabaret: Re-takes on North American History
At the Velaslavasay Panorama, 1122 West 24th Street, Los Angeles CA 90007

Neelanjana Banerjee, Robin Sukhadia, Jen Hofer, Douglas Kearney, Nicole McJamerson, Janice Lee, Tatiana Luboviski-Acosta, Jen Nellis, Konrad Steiner, and Jackie Wang performing live!

Tickets: $10 general admission; $6 students (with ID)/seniors; free for Filmforum members.
Tickets available in advance at http://bpt.me/869109
For more event information: www.lafilmforum.org, or 323-377-7238

Tonight ten poet-performers take on the movies by writing scripts that re-tell scenes from seven feature films, using them to repackage aspects of the history of our continent. The practice of counter-dubbing films with alternate soundtracks became ubiquitous in the 20th century. But almost from the beginning of cinema live orators and narrators were available to mediate the image on the screen, either for documentary films without inter-titles, or for imported films whose titles were in a foreign language, or indeed in Japan where the film industry grew around the star status of the benshi narrators, creating films designed to be narrated live by the actors who wrote the tale and voiced the characters. Sometimes called “movie telling” or “neo-benshi” or glossed as performance art, the seven pieces tonight will take scenes from different feature films and torque them with sometimes comic, critical, or poetic interpretations, all relating in some way to the history, or alternate history, of North America.

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LAGAAN AT LACMA: THE RISE OF GLOBAL BOLLYWOOD ON SEPTEMBER 16

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Tuesday September 16
7PM | LACMA | Bing Auditorium | FREE!

 

5905 Wilshire Blvd. Los Angeles CA 90036

LACMA’s South Asian Department and the South Asian Council are pleased to present a multi-media lecture focused on Lagaan, the 2001 Academy Award nominated Bollywood epic film.  Lecturer, performer and Fulbright scholar Robin Sukhadia will present clips from the film to contextualize Bollywood’s increasing global impact. Special emphasis will be placed on the film’s music, its distribution, the actors, and its relevance to India’s post-colonial narrative. The 45 minute lecture will be followed by a special live musical performance by SADUBAS inspired by the film’s music. Special guest Sheela Bringi joins the duo on bansuri (bamboo flute). The evening’s free and kid friendly. Dancing encouraged!

A Master in Fine Arts graduate from the World Music program at the California Institute of the Arts, Robin Sukhadia has been studying tabla under Pandit Swapan Chaudhuri for the past eleven years. In 2010, Robin was awarded a Fulbright Senior Research Award to expand his work with music education in India. He is a Bollywood fanatic. Learn more at www.tablapusher.com.

RAGA & MEDITATION AT THE HOUSE OF INTUITION – AUGUST 31, 2014

Join Will Marsh (sitar) and Robin Sukhadia (tabla) for a special evening of Raga and Meditation at the House of Intuition on August 31, 2014.

The evening’s sonic spiritual journey will begin with an opening Chakra meditation led by Robin Sukhadia. This meditation will ground the listener and open the Crown chakra to the universe’s divine creativity. Will and Robin will then present a north Indian raga on sitar and tabla. North Indian classical music is an ancient body of wisdom that invokes the divine through sacred melodic and rhythmic improvisations. We aim to create an atmosphere where both audience and performer can be most receptive to the healing power of music and raga to cleanse and tune our spirits, bodies and chakras. This opportunity to receive the blessings of a timeless musical lineage is not to be missed!

About the artists:

Will Marsh has been a dedicated student of the sitar since 2006. His musical journey led him to the California Institute of the Arts where he became a student of Ustad Aashish Khan and has since completed his MFA in North Indian Music. Will also is a student of sitar master Roshan Jamal Bhartiya. Blessed to have such great guidance, Will has been performing and teaching North Indian Classical music since 2010. Currently, Will resides in Los Angeles. More at www.willmarshmusic.com

Robin has been studying tabla with Pandit Swapan Chaudhuri at the Ali Akbar College of Music and at The California Institute of the Arts for the past 11 years. He completed Advanced Psychic Meditation and Healing Training at The Psychic School in San Francisco in 2013. He is a Fulbright Senior Research Scholar (India) and earned an MFA in World Music from CalArts. Learn more at www.tablapusher.com

SWEET NECTAR AT RA MA INSTITUTE IN VENICE CA – AUGUST 30, 2014

Please join us for an evening of sacred sounds with chanting and ragas. Sweet Nectar will be joined by special guests, Will Marsh on sitar and Robin Sukhadia on tabla.

We will be taking you on a journey of the senses chanting sacred mantras, meditating to classical Indian ragas and relaxing to the Gong. The evening is designed to draw out the deep well of love within and deepen our connection with the Divine!

 

Saturday, August 30, 2014
at 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

RA MA Institute for Applied Yogic Science and Technology

304 Lincoln Blvd, Venice, California 90291

Cost $10 or RA MA key tag

Please bring a water bottle and cushion

CLASSICAL SITAR & TABLA WITH WILL MARSH AND ROBIN SUKHADIA – AUGUST 23, 2014

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Enjoy the blissful sounds of sitar and tabla performed by two rising artists of the tradition.

Saturday August 23, 2014
Mystic Journey Bookstore
1624 Abbot Kinney Blvd.
Venice CA 90291
mysticjourneybookstore.com/events
$15

Will Marsh has been a dedicated student of the sitar since 2006. His musical journey led him to the California Institute of the Arts where he became a student of Ustad Aashish Khan and has since completed his MFA in North Indian Music. Will also is a student of sitar master Roshan Jamal Bhartiya. Blessed to have such great guidance, Will has been performing and teaching North Indian Classical music in since 2010. Currently, Will resides in Los Angeles. More at www.willmarshmusic.com

A Fulbright Senior Research Scholar and Master in Fine Arts graduate from the World Music program at the California Institute of the Arts, Robin Sukhadia has been studying tabla under Pandit Swapan Chaudhuri at CalArts and the Ali Akbar College of Music in San Rafael, California for the past twelve years. Learn more at www.tablapusher.com

ART+PHOTO EXHIBITION HONORING JUSDEEP SETHI SINGH IN LOS ANGELES

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PUZZL3PEACE is the alias of Los Angeles born artist and visionary leader Jusdeep Singh Sethi. Jusdeep was an avid believer in all things analog, utilizing his 35mm film photography as a primary medium of expression and connection with nature and his ever-changing social and spiritual environment.
On August 16, 2014 the Los Angeles community will celebrate the life and artistic work of this young man during the 1st Annual Puzzl3Peace Photo and Art Exhibition. The exhibit will feature never before seen photos by Puzzl3Peace, as well as spaces created to express and share Jusdeep’s natural sense of healing and effortless vibration of love energy.

Featuring:
35mm Film Photography by Puzzl3Peace
Artwork from “Jusdeep’s Village”
Live Musical Performances

August 16, 2014
William Grant Still ArtsCenter
2520 West View St.
Los Angel3s, CA 90016

RAGA & MEDITATION AT THE HOUSE OF INTUITION

Join Will Marsh (sitar) and Robin Sukhadia (tabla) for a special evening of Raga and Meditation at the House of Intuition. The evening’s sonic spiritual journey will begin with an opening Chakra meditation led by Robin Sukhadia. This meditation will ground the listener and open the Crown chakra to the universe’s divine creativity. Will and Robin will then present a north Indian raga on sitar and tabla. North Indian classical music is an ancient body of wisdom that invokes the divine through sacred melodic and rhythmic improvisations. We aim to create an atmosphere where both audience and performer can be most receptive to the healing power of music and raga to cleanse and tune our spirits, bodies and chakras. This opportunity to receive the blessings of a timeless musical lineage is not to be missed!

About the artists:

Will Marsh has been a dedicated student of the sitar since 2006. His musical journey led him to the California Institute of the Arts where he became a student of Ustad Aashish Khan and has since completed his MFA in North Indian Music. Will also is a student of sitar master Roshan Jamal Bhartiya. Blessed to have such great guidance, Will has been performing and teaching North Indian Classical music since 2010. Currently, Will resides in Los Angeles. More at www.willmarshmusic.com

Robin has been studying tabla with Pandit Swapan Chaudhuri at the Ali Akbar College of Music and at The California Institute of the Arts for the past 11 years. He completed Advanced Psychic Meditation and Healing Training at The Psychic School in San Francisco in 2013. He is a Fulbright Senior Research Scholar (India) and earned an MFA in World Music from CalArts. Learn more at www.tablapusher.com

Tabla with a Difference 4.0: Indian Summer in Leicester, UK – June 29, 2014

Tabla with a Difference: International Live Video link up +  a classical musical collaboration. Now in its fourth year – and sold out each year Tabla with a Difference will feature Mayur Narvekar + special guest Hiren Chate, Louise Mazmanian, Aarti Lodhia, Robin Sukhadia, and Shane Solanki.

http://indiansummer.org.uk/tabla-with-a-difference-v4-0/

About the Artists

Hiren and Mayur trained together at a tabla school in Ahmedabad. Now based in Mumbai, they came together after a gap of 12 years to collaborate with tabla joined on visuals by Rob Newman and Aaron Bradbury. In this production you will experience an audio visual delight developing into exhilarating melodic patterns includes presentation of traditional tabla solo with electronic melodic expression.

Mayur Narvekar trained in tabla from an early age, recently received a GIMA (Global Indian Music Award) for his celebrated Bandish projekt. He is a well known dubstep producer alongside composing music for film and innovative music collaborations.
https://www.facebook.com/MayurNarvekarMu5ichttp://bandishprojekt.com/

Hiren Chate trained in tabla from an early age, He is a highly respected classical tabla player alongside his composing projects for film, theatre and contemporary Indian dance including collaborations with various international bands.
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hiren-Chate/516621411737937http://www.hirenchate.com/profile-0

Hiren, Mayur and Rob are experienced workshop leaders for diverse groups, from Indian rhythm to Ableton, more about the range of workshops on request.

Interactive installation available:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5nd4nhu_aMg

Louise Clements

Kathak dancer since 1999, trained in Uk and India, member of Manushi Dance Company, alongside solo and collaborative projects, she performs in UK and internationally.

Shane Solanki AKA Last Mango in Paris, is an artist working with spoken word, music, performance and film. Mercurial in nature, his career has seen him collaborate with some of the UK’s most innovative artists and producers.

Alchemy
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bdNDqdobO_s&feature=kp

Tablapusher is Robin Sukhadia:
Fulbright Scholar, passionate technologist, music educator, and student of tabla.

A Master in Fine Arts graduate from the World Music program at the California Institute of the Arts, Robin Sukhadia has been studying tabla (classical north Indian drums) under Pandit Swapan Chaudhuri at the California Institute of the Arts and the Ali Akbar College of Music in San Rafael, California for the past nine years. His special focus on the musical traditions and rhythms of south Asia informs his approach to musical arrangement and composition on a wide range of concert, film, and album productions. For the past seven years, Robin has traveled internationally on behalf of Project Ahimsa, an organization committed to empowering impoverished youth through music education. He performs and teaches extensively, in both classical and contemporary contexts, and has developed innovative music education programs at the Mahatma Gandhi Ashram in Ahmedabad, the Weill Institute at Carnegie Hall, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, the de Young Museum in San Francisco, the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco, the Machine Project in Los Angeles and the Sangati Center in San Francisco. In 2010, Robin was awarded a Fulbright Senior Research Award to expand his work with music education in India.

http://www.tablapusher.com/

Rob Newman – Audio/visuals

http://www.snugrecording.com/
http://about.me/robnewman
http://twitter.com/backinthelab

MONSOON RAGAS AND CONTROLLING THE WEATHER

Week of Scheduled Operations in Grand Park
June 10 – June 13, 2014
11 – 2pm

- Tuesday: A collective meditation on rain and drought with music to modify the weather in mind and body. We will mindfully encourage rainfall in a month that averages 0.09 inches of rain.

- Wednesday: An immersive wind environment with the sound and sensation of a windy winter day.

- Thursday: Experience San Francisco’s dense fog and the Golden Gate Bridge’s foghorns manifest for one afternoon.

- Friday: Regularly Scheduled Thunderstorms at 11:30, 12:00, 12:30, and 1:00, with interstitial rumblings as storm systems pass overhead.

Daily Personal Precipitation Device: Seek shelter under an umbrella to experience the sound and sensation of a rainstorm.

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“We Make the Weather”

What is Weather? How do we take it into our lives, or attempt to keep it out? Can we modify of the weather to make a new Los Angeles? These are the questions we ask at the Los Angeles Department of Weather Modification (LADWM). We are dedicated to investigating the changing weather through sound, spirit, and perception.

California has a long history of modifying the weather in planned and unplanned ways, aiming to help improve our quality of life in the arid west. To do our part, the LADWM has established a field office in Grand Park altering weather experiences for downtown inhabitants. We will create weather through immersive environments of rain, fog, wind, and thunderstorms. Daily we will host lunchtime weather talks to present issues surrounding the weather and Los Angeles.
– Chris Kallmyer, Field Director LADWM

LADWM is presented by The Music Center and Machine Project as part of Machine Project Field Guide to Grand Park. For more information, please visit musiccenter.org.

CLASSICAL SITAR & TABLA WITH WILL MARSH & ROBIN SUKHADIA

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Enjoy the blissful sounds of sitar and tabla performed by two rising artists of the tradition.

May 31, 2014
Mystic Journey Bookstore
1624 Abbot Kinney Blvd.
Venice CA 90291
mysticjourneybookstore.com/events
$15

Will Marsh has been a dedicated student of the sitar since 2006. His musical journey led him to the California Institute of the Arts where he became a student of Ustad Aashish Khan and has since completed his MFA in North Indian Music. Will also is a student of sitar master Roshan Jamal Bhartiya. Blessed to have such great guidance, Will has been performing and teaching North Indian Classical music in since 2010. Currently, Will resides in Los Angeles. More at www.willmarshmusic.com

A Fulbright Senior Research Scholar and Master in Fine Arts graduate from the World Music program at the California Institute of the Arts, Robin Sukhadia has been studying tabla under Pandit Swapan Chaudhuri at CalArts and the Ali Akbar College of Music in San Rafael, California for the past twelve years. Learn more at www.tablapusher.com

BANDISH PROJEKT WITH TABLAPUSHER & AZEEM KHAN @ BETALEVEL

Bandish Projekt performs a special electronic and tabla set on Sunday May 11, 2014 at Betalevel with special guests TABLAPUSHER and Azeem Khan. An Ableton instructor and electronic music/tabla artist from Mumbai, India, Bandish Projekt’s complex and atmospheric arrangements have been featured on a wide range of Bollywood and international collaborations. This will be his final 2014 USA performance! Don’t miss this extraordinary opportunity to see one of the most innovative classical/electronic south Asian artists perform in an intimate setting. More info at www.bandishprojekt.com.

Sunday May 11, 2014
8PM (doors open at 7:30pm)
FREE (donations welcome)

MEHFIL MASSIVE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA


APR

4/23: MEHFIL MASSIVE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

UNCATEGORIZED

Mehfil Massive: South Asian Religions Remixed Through Poetry and Music

Admission is free. RESERVATIONS REQUIRED! RSVP at the links below beginning Thursday, March 27, at 9 a.m.

USC Students, Staff and Faculty: To RSVP, click here (http://www.usc.edu/dept/pubrel/visionsandvoices/RSVP/reserve.php?RSVPEvtCode=599)

General Public: To RSVP, click here (http://www.usc.edu/dept/pubrel/visionsandvoices/RSVP/reserveGeneral_NoTickets.php?RSVPEvtCode=600)

Wednesday April 23, 2014 | 7:30 – 9:30 p.m.

Bovard Auditoirum, University of Southern California (3551 Trousdale Parkway Los Angeles, CA 90089)

Legendary South Asian musicians and poets will come together to celebrate and investigate the rich diversity of South Asian spiritual influences. From ghazals set to music and sung throughout the Muslim world to Rabindranath Tagore’s Nobel Prize–winning Gitanjali (Prayer Offering of Song), collaborations between poets and musicians have been a staple of South Asian religious life for centuries. In Mughal courts, nightly mehfils brought these performers together and elevated their collaborations to high art.

This tradition will get a 21st-century update in a landmark evening featuring performances by internationally renowned diasporic South Asian artists including Sufi-influenced rock guitarist Salman Ahmad, vocalist and ten-string double-violin master Gingger Shankar, Mumbai-based electronic musician Bandish Projekt and hip hop artist and producer Brooklyn Shanti in collaboration with award-winning poets Kazim Ali, Tarfia Faizullah, Bhanu Kapil, Mandeep Sethi and Amarnath Ravva.The evening will be hosted by comedian/writer/performance artist D’Lo.

For further information on this event:

4/25: BANDISH PROJEKT & SADUBAS @ EAGLE ROCK CENTER FOR THE ARTS

Bandish Projekt performs solo for the first time in the United States on April 25, 2014 at the Eagle Rock Center for the Arts. A Certified Ableton instructor and electronic music/tabla artist from Mumbai, Bandish Projekt will lead a special Ableton workshop at CFAER followed by a tablatronic set. This is an extraordinary opportunity to see one of the most innovative classical/electronic south Asian artists in both a performance and educational context! SADUBAS (Ameet Mehta and Robin Sukhadia) join as an opening act.

Friday April 25, 2014 – Bandish Projekt with Sadubas

Eagle Rock Center for the Arts: 2225 Colorado Blvd.

Los Angeles CA 90041

8 PM – Ableton Workshop

9:00 PM – Performance

$20

MUGHAL-E-AZAM AT EAGLE ROCK CENTER FOR THE ARTS

Mughal e Azaam & The Rise of Epic Bollywood

with Robin Sukhadia
Thursday March 27, 2014 | 8:00pm
Featuring Music by SADUBAS

Robin Sukhadia (www.tablapusher.com) returns to CFAER to lead tonite’s examination of Mughal e Azaam, considered by many to be the Greatest Bollywood Movie Ever Made. The 1960 film introduced color for the first time to Indian cinemagoers, launched the careers of Madhubala and Dilip Kumar, and featured the gorgeous score of Naushad. Robin’s lecture will present clips from the film with a special emphasis on the influence that Mughal culture had on the aesthetics of Bollywood film.

The lecture will be followed by a Bollywood centered electronic/tabla set by SADUBAS: The Sadhus of Bass (www.sadubas.com). Special musical guest Jason Abraham Roberts (guitar) with visuals by Karl Fornander. Photos by Paul Ulukpo.

UNITY CONCERT | UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT GREENSBORO

“Unity” – featuring Gaurang Doshi (sarod) Live in Concert
Tabla: Robin and Rajen Sukhadia

March 21, 2014 Friday at 7.30 pm
Recital Hall UNCG School of Music, Theater and Dance
100 Mclver St, Greensboro, NC 27402

Gaurang is a disciple of Pandit Dr. Laxmikant Doshi who is a renowned Sarod Artist of the the Maihar Gharana. Robin is shishya of Pandit Swapan Chaudhuri who is a renowned Tabla Maestro of the Lucknow Gharana.

Special thanks to Dr. Gavin , Dr Pramod and UNCG school of Music, Theater and Dance