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MUSIC & DANCE "Sarangi Legacy 2017" by Sarangi Cultural Academy at Triveni Kala Sangam, 205, Tansen Marg > 6:30pm on 28th April 2017

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Time : 6:30 pm Add to Calendar 28/04/2017 18:30 28/04/2017 20:00 Asia/Kolkata MUSIC & DANCE "Sarangi Legacy 2017" by Sarangi Cultural Academy Event Page : Auditorium, Triveni Kala Sangam, 205, Tansen Marg, Mandi House, New Delhi - 110001 DD/MM/YYYY

Entry : Free (Seating on First-Come First-Served basis)

Venue : Auditorium, Triveni Kala Sangam, 205, Tansen Marg, Mandi House, New Delhi - 110001

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Event Description : MUSIC & DANCE "Sarangi Legacy 2017" organised by Sarangi Cultural Academy to pay ode to Sarangi Maestro Ustad Sabri Khan Sahab by dedicating the evening to his loving memory.

Chief Guest – Rita Swami Choudhary – Secretary, Sangeet Natak Academi

About the event –

The Sarangi Cultural Academy is organizing Sarangi Legacy 2017, a musical concert dedicated in the loving memory of Padma Bhushan Late Ustad Sabri Khan Sahab (Sarangi Maestro). There will be solo classical performances by Nabeel Khan on Sarangi, fusion recital and a Kathak Dance by artist Vidha Lal, a professional Kathak dancer on the occasion of World Dance Day. The dance will be infused with musings of tabla, vocal and sarangi.

The evening will be filled with the magic of music when Nabeel Khan strikes notes on his Sarangi and present a blissful raag on his instrument paying tribute to his grandfather Ustad Sabri Khan. Along with him will be exponent tabla player Gautam Vaddi who has a fully fledged experience and hold on to the raga, taal and laya when working on the tabla. He knows best how to balance the tonality and aesthetics to fruit out an extraordinary performance.

The young sarangi player and the grandson of Ustad Sabri Khan Sahab will be showcasing his talent for the first time along with many other young talented artists including Emil Sochacki (Disciple of Nasir Khan) who is from Poland, currently in India to perform in the upcoming Sarangi Concert. Other performing artists include Shubham Bhardwaj (Guitar), Jawad Ahmad (Darbuga), Dakshraj Sharma (Vocalist), Yogesh Gangani (Tabla), Santosh Sinha (Vocalist), Salman Khan (Pakhawaj), Nasir Khan (Sarangi).

The essence of music just tunes up perfectly when the Sur, Laya and Taal amalgamate with sync and present a classic performance of master artists of that art. The Sarangi holds much power to take you to the world of ragas and blend in the colour of its serendipity. The colours of spirit, wisdom and enthusiasms are to be presented and will be paying ode to the Sarangi Maestro Ustad Sabri Khan Sahab by their disciple and will recreate the magic by performing live on his tunes.

The evening will be tune in with the elegant performance of Vidha Lal for Saraswati Vandana paying ode to the deity, and then moving on to the performance ‘Taal Basant’, where the artist will be seen showcasing the indispensable attributes of Kathak, with beautiful eye expressions, hand gestures, striking footwork, breathtaking spins and subtle expressions, bound in the time cycle of 9 beats. This will be followed by “Taal Teentaal”, where the artist will be showcasing the different shades of Kathak in the time cycle of 16 beats in Drut Laya.

Vidha Lal also puts forward an expressional number with “Mohe Apne Hi Rang Le Rangeele…” beautifully written by Nizamuddin Auliya in Sufi style. To disperse the colours of this composition to the audience, the artist portrays her yearning to the Almighty to veil her in his own colours.

Reprising the aura and sanctity of music through Sarangi is profoundly done by few artists and here we have the best picks to spread the magic through love, music and mesmerizing Kathak dance performance too by the artists of Sarangi Cultutral Academy.  Being 29th April, the World Dance Day, they are also honoring their performance to it also.

About Sarangi Cultural Academy –

SCA have been serving many Sarangi students for past five years. There is no such academy registered to teach Sarangi to the aspiring students across the globe. Recently, they have registered the academy with the need to promote and expose the ancient instrument around the world. Under the kind and professional guidance of the renowned Sarangi player Nasir Khan Sahab, many local, national and international students have learnt playing sarangi and many are still learning to master the art.  There have been music lessons imparted to students through online classes and there are disciples from various countries who are eager in learning and practicing the art. The organization has planned to do many cultural events (classical, semi-classical musical nights) to promote Indian music nationally and internationally.

About the artists –

Vidha Lal – Vidha is a multi-faceted kathak exponent is a disciple and daughter-in-law of renowned guru and Sangeet Natak Akademy awardee Smt. Geetanjali Lal of Jaipur Gharana. She completed her diploma (Hons.) from the National Institute of Kathak, New Delhi in the year 2000 and also merit scholarship holder of Kathak Kendra, New Delhi. She is a graduate from Lady Shri Ram College for Women, New Delhi. Vidha is an empanelled artist of Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) and ‘A’ graded artist from Delhi Doordarshan. Vidha has established her own dance company AV Dance Company Kathak resonance where she is the artistic director and the head choreographer of the company. The company has also performed extensively in India and abroad. Vidha has also conducted many lecture demonstrations and workshop demonstrations organized by IRCEN and SPIC MACAY in many Government Schools of India. Presently, Vidha is teaching at Devi Durga Kathak Sansthan, New Delhi and trained many students who are also making their mark in the field of Kathak.

Nabeel Khan - Blessed with a celebrated musician for a father, Nabeel began learning the sarangi at an early age. At merely 7, he played Sarangi under the guidance of his grandfather Ustad Sabri Khan Sahab (of Siani Gharana). Passionate about learning, Nabeel has been learning Sarangi from his uncle. Nabeel has released couple of Bollywood cover versions on his YT Channel. Following his grandfather’s footsteps, Nabeel’s motto is to make his father Nasir Khan, (a renowned sarangi player) and family proud. This will be Nabeel's debut performance on his own where he will perform along with his other fellow artists.

Gautam Vaddi -Son of Sundar Vaddi , is a disciple of Ustad Najmuddin Javed Quadri and Pandit Murali of Hyderabad. He has been learning Tabla since 9 years of age. Currently he is in 12th standard balancing his tabla skills. Gautam is learning tabla on the basis of Delhi Gharana. He gave a solo performance in Hyderabad at Bhartiya Vidya Bhawan and also accompanying Dattatrayulu a renowned Flutist of Andhra Pradesh.

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