Once you start listening to him, his voice goes in your soul, goes in your spirit, and you become extremely weak and succumb to the joyous pleasure of his vocals. He says “I feel that this music is my duty, to go and give the message of Sufism. My future is that one day I [...]
Previous posts for May 1st, 2010
What can we say more about this artist that a Classical fusion music lover wouldn’t already know. We know that most of our wonderful readers definitely do fall under that category.
Her work now is notable for the way she has applied her expertise as a very fine Indian classical musician, and the profundity [...]
A Maestro means one who combines unique musicianship and immense virtuosity. Padmashri U.Srinivas has proved that he fulfils this to the hilt. A rather inconspicuous member of the western orchestra, Srinivas has revived and raised the mandolin, an unknown instrument and given it a respectable status in classical music. His music acumen has assumed many [...]
Drawing inspiration from the classical Indian arts, Talvin Singh first came to prominence as tabla percussionist in the 1980s London music scene. Whilst still in his mid teens, Singh traveled to India to earn pupilage from Acharya Pandit Laxman Singh, master tabla maestro of the Punjab school. This period made an indelible mark on the [...]