Surmala Hindustani Classical Music Concert


First Virtual SURMALA scheduled for Saturday June 27th at 6pm – 7 pm
 
 
Featured Artist: Vocalist Madhurranjan Mohan  
Accompanied on Tabla will be Rajvinder Singh  
Gurpreet Singh, a Dilruba artist will also accompany the vocalist.  





Madhurranjan Mohaan – VOCALIST
 
Madhurranjan hails from a family of Carnatic musicians. His uncle, Late Shri B.N. Suresh wanted to bring variety into the family and initiated him into Hindustani music. He learnt for about 6 years from the late Pandit D B Harindraji in Bangalore. Following a break, he has been pursuing Hindustani classical music from Smt Lalita Sharmaji from Mewati Gharana for the last 7 years. In recent times, he has also been learning from Ustad Arshad Syedji on the finer aspects of taal. He works as a software engineer by day in the Bay area. 




Rajvinder Singh: TABLA
 

Rajvinder is from Punjab India. He started learning tabla at the age of 5 from his grandfather. At the age of 10 he started learning from his cousin, Ajit Singh, in Mohali. At the age of 20, he began studying tabla from the great tabla player, Sh. Jaidev Ji and his father Pt. Kale Ram Ji. Rajvinder is now continuing his tabla studies at the Ali Akbar Khan College of Music with Pandit Swapan Chaudhuri Ji. Rajvinder started with his first stage performance when he was just 9 years old. Along with tabla solo performances, he has accompanied a variety of instruments including the Sitar, Sarode, Rabab, Mandolin, Sarangi, Santoor, Bansuri, Violin, Kathak Dance and many more. Rajvinder currently resides in Milpitas, CA, where he teaches in person and he also teaches worldwide via online lessons.




Gurpreet Singh: DILRUBA
 

With the blessings of Almighty God, Pro. Gurpreet Singh started his  Music Journey after his high school years. Because of his passion and interest in Music, he did his graduation with music vocal and instrumental from Punjabi  University Patiala and post-graduation in  Indian classical  Instrumental from Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar. He is blessed to be a disciple of renowned Gurbani Sangeetacharya  Dr: Gurnam Singh and instrumental teacher Pro: Amandeep Singh.

Pro: Gurpreet Singh has been well trained in Indian classical music. He has taught Indian music in various institutions like Fateh academy Amritsar, Guru Angad Dev Academy of Amritsar. Since 2014 he has been teaching Indian music, Gurbani music in Los Angeles,  and many parts of the USA.  He has received gold medals for Indian classical  Vocal and Instrumental in 2007and silver medals for semi-classical  (Thumri Gayan) in 2009. He has participated in many Devotional music shows in India and USA .For the past 14 years, He has been performing Indian music in many music concerts and Raag darbar festivals.

Pro: Gurpreet Singh Ji wishes to preserve and spread the essence of Indian music.





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