Get set for Indo European music

Published: 23rd July 2013 07:56 AM  |   Last Updated: 23rd July 2013 07:56 AM   |  A+A-

It is going to be a treat for music lovers. Jarry Singla, a pianist of Indo German descent will be performing in the city on July 27 at Max Mueller Bhavan.

Apart from performing at the Goethe-Institut/Max Mueller Bhavan, he will also be conducting a workshop with AR Rahman’s KM Music Conservatory. Singla and group will also be joined by Christian Ramond, a double-bass player, a well-acclaimed and global artiste. The other performers include Sanjeev Chimmalgi on vocals, Hindol Deb on sitar and Vinayak Netke on tabla.

In cooperation with Goethe-Institut /Max Mueller Bhavan and the Arts Foundation of the German state of North-Rhine Westphalia, an ‘Artist-in-residence’ programme was developed to advance exchange of artistes to Mumbai. Inspired by Indian and European culture, the artistes transcend the existing musical boundaries. Each performance is guaranteed to give the audience a taste of elaborate melodies of Indian vocal art supported by piano’s melodic outlines.

The event begins at 7.30 pm. For details, contact 044 2833 1314, Email:prog@chennai.goethe.org

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