PRANAAM - A prelude to harmony. Performances by Ujwal Nagar - Hindustani Vocal, followed by jugalbandi by Suhail Yusuf Khan (sarangi) & Ritesh Prasanna (flute). Wednesday, 25th Sep, 7:00 pm onwards at Amaltas Hall, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road
From time immemorial, music has been one of the most
cherished and highly regarded arts in India. It has been, and still remains, one
of the most pervasive forces in our society. Indian Classical music traces back
to antiquity and has continued to evolve to this day. This dynamism and
essentially fluid nature of Indian classical music makes it unique. Its power of
expressing the inexpressible is such ...
We have organized a number of prestigious music & dance festivals, Lec-Dems, seminars and workshops in the past, to bring out the finer nuances of our rich music and dance tradition.
We, as an association of music educators and musicians, want to address these issues by:
- Organizing classical music events, competitions and workshops to exchange ideas and best practices in classical music education throughout the world.
- Providing deservng young musicians with instruments and teaching facilities.
- Providing access to music education for aspiring young musicians.
- Organizing various music and dance concerts featuring young artists.
Financial Assistance Received From Govt. And Important Public Undertakings
Sahitya Kala Parishad,Delhi Govt.
Sangeet Natak Akademi, Delhi
Deptt. Of Culture, Govt. of India
Indian Oil Corporation
Indian Farmers and Fertilizers Ltd
Life Insurance Corporation of India
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