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Saptah of musical nights

DNAHM67505 | 10/15/2013 | Author : after hrs correspondent | WC :299

An endeavour to make nuances of classical music easy to handle

Sangeet Sankalp a Delhi based organisation through its branch in Ahmedabad along with Saptak is organising its 18th week-long music festival for Amdavadis from October 19-26 ‘Sangeet Sankalp Saptah’. The festival will be held at Lions Hall, near Mithakali crossroads from 8.30 pm onwards.
Established in 1989, the organisation’s endeavour is to provide a platform to young artiste as well erudite ones, who are more comfortable to perform for a small group of music aficionados.
Each of the days will have performances by three to four artistes accompanied by other percussion artistes. Sangeet Sankalp has 109 branches across 17 Indian states.
The organisation also aims at addressing problems and issues faced by young and erudite musicians through their various lectures, symposia, groups discussions and meetings and through such programmes.
What to look out for:
October 19 – 8.30 pm onwards
Duet performance by Zahid Khan (been) and Nasir Desai (surbahar)
Ramshankar – vocal rendition
Meera Prasad – sitar vadak
October 20 – 8.30 pm onwards
Kabirdan Gadhvi – tabla solo
Vidya Shah – vocal rendition
Ram Prapanna – sitar vadak
Atindra Sarvadikar – vocal rendition
October 21 – 8.30 pm onwards
Rajesh Shah – sitar vadak
Gian Singh – pakhawaj jodi solo
Shalini Ved – semi classical vocal
October 22 – 8.30 pm onwards
Shaila Piplapure – vocal rendition
Shyamsundar – santoor vadak
Ehsan Ahmed – vocal rendition
October 23 – 8.30 pm onwards
Sajansingh Namdhari – tabla solo
Matang Parikh and Srushti Bhatt – semi classical vocal
Debopriya and Suchismita Chatterjee – flute duet
October 24 – 8.30 pm onwards
Tanvi Bhattacharya – vocal rendition
Anuj Anjaria – santoor vadak
Swarn Vijh – vocal rendition
Danish Aslam – sarod vadak
October 25 – 8.30 pm onwards
Kakuli Mukherjee – semi classical vocal
Gopalkrishan Shah – sitar vadak
Prakash Shah – vocal rendition
October 26 – 8.30 pm onwards
Anjali Malkar – vocal rendition
Sharatchandra Srivastava – violin
Ustad Wasim Ahmed Khan – vocal rendition

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