Post modern presentation of Indian classical music || Saudha || Purcell Room at Queen Elizabth Hall





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Published on Jun 20, 2015

Saudha’s world-class concert at Purcell Room in South Bank Centre that connected both Indian classical music (instrumental and vocal), haunting verses of oriental and occidental poetry (Khyam, Tagore, Ghalib, Sefaris, Cavafy etc) as well as Kathak dance.
It featured one of the finest Indian classical vocalists Chandra Chakraborty (http://www.chandrachakraborty.info/), one of the leading Tabla players Sanju Sahai (http://www.sanjusahai.com/), highly acclaimed Violinist Kamalbir Singh, renowned Kathak dancer Sandip Mallik from India, performance-poet Siobhan Mac Mahon (http://www.siobhanmacmahon.co.uk/), actor and impassioned reciter Leesa Gazi and Erik Schelander etc.

The concert was designed to seek the serenity of soul in the mundane crisis of modernity through emulsification of sacrad music and verses of hypnotic poetry.


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