Sur-Mala Hindustani Classical Music Concert Series

Sur-Mala Hindustani Classical Music Concert Series 2018

PLEASE NOTE NEW TIME: OUR CONCERTS WILL NOW BE SCHEDULED FROM 2 PM – 5 PM.
Music is an integral element in the Indian life style. Over the years, it has transformed itself into a form that has the power to entertain and also relax and rejuvenate one’s mind, body and soul.
Hindustani Classical music is a popular genre of Indian music. The origin of this music dates back to Sam Veda era. It has evolved through different ages of the history and has now become a blend of ritualistic, folk and cultural expression of the sub-continent. ICC Sur-Mala aims to spread the grandiose of hindustani classical music and encourage budding as well as accomplished musicians to share their knowledge and gift with the community.
These classical music concerts will be conducted once every other month at India Community Center. You will also get to enjoy the melodies of a variety of classical music instruments like Flute, Violin, Tabla, Harmonium, Sitar and many more.
Our concert will typically be in two segments – vocal and instrumental. We try to bring well known artists from Bay Area to entertain the community and sometimes, if given an opportunity, will present visiting musicians from India.

Next Sur-Mala concert  is on January 20th, 2018 at 2 pm.

A unique opportunity to experience the confluence of  touch style Veena, Hindustani classical ragas and vocal singing at ICC Sur-mala Hindustani Classical Music concert
Come listen to Teed Rockwell, an accomplished touch style Veena maestro and Tharini Nagarkar, a youth vocalist on Saturday, January 20th at 2pm at ICC, Milpitas
Free for Members (Walk-in: $5)
$5 For Non Members (Walk-in: $10)
For over thirty years, Teed Rockwell has been playing many forms of world music on the touchstyle Veena—a guitar-like instrument which is played by tapping the strings with the fingertips, making it possible to play a separate part with each hand. Rockwell has performed in concerts and recordings with traditional musicians from many different cultures, including South America, Africa, China, and Ireland.
Tharini Nagarkar is a sophomore at American High School in Fremont. She is training in Kirana and Gwalior Gharanas and has performed at several temples and music programs in Bangalore and the bay area and several baithaks hosted by Pandit Vinayak Torvi Music Foundation and Gururao Deshpande Sangeet Sabha.She has won several classical music competitions in India and the bay area, such as “Pratibha Puraskara” an annual event hosted by BSNL in India and “Chaitradhun”, a classical music competition held by Maharashtra Mandal of the bay area.
Accompanists:
Arshad Syed (Tabla)
Tejas Venky ( Tabla)
Sucheta Korwar (Harmonium)

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Made possible by the generous donations of our community.

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