Promo: Melody of love and shadows || Saudha || Indian Classical Music || Troubadour || Poetry




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Published on Jun 4, 2016

Melody of Love and Shadows is a touring event of the seamless fusion of hypnotic Indian classical music with other profound art forms e.g. Romantic Troubadour Music, haunting verses of world poetry by Shelly, Tagore, Lorca, Neruda, Hafiz etc. which, as a whole, interpret the mood and intensify the meaning of classical music. The event is designed to connect audience from wider cultural background by merging Indian classical music with other relavant global art forms and putting more meaning into the music through hypnotic presentation and symbolic interpretation through the other relavant art forms in fade-in and fade-out manner.

This touring event will be premiered in Fringe, the Edinburgh Festival on 20 and 21 August 2016 and tour to Wimbledon Library performing space on 27 August 2016 as well as other major art venues in London and other cities around the whole year.

Artists involved:

Lead singer:
One of the finest Indian classical vocalist Chandra Chakraborty (gold medallist in Thumri, Ex-national scholar and the scholar of SRA, Ex-lecturer of Witwatersand University, South Africa, disciple of the remarkable doyens of Indian classical music Pt A T Kanan, Srimati, Malabika Kanan, Padmabivushan Srimati Girija Devi www.ChandraChakraborty.info

Accompanying artists:
One of the best violinists Kamalbir Nandra (violin), gold medallist, disciple of the great Ghazal maestro Jagjit Singh.
Critically acclaimed musician Chiranjit Mukherjee (tabla) from India.
Actor, Schubert and Troubadour vocalist Erik Schelander (Traubadour music and impassioned recitation of poetry)
E: saudha.poetry.music@gmail.com
T: 07828190551
Twitter: @saudha01
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/saudha/


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