Saturday, November 1, 2014

Nov 1st: Hindustani Classical Vocal By Smt Meeta Pandit presenting Gwalior gharana special

Dear Music Affectionados
Swar Sudha is presenting special Diwali treat of Hindustani Vocal recital by Smt. Meeta Pandit  Grand daughter of Gwalior Gharana doyen Padma Bhushan  Pt. Krishna Rao Shankar Pt and her father Pt. LK Pandit. carrying 200 years of family musical traditionShe will present and unfold Gwalior Gharana intricacies in a nice intimate musical mehfil setting with great accoustics

Date: Saturday Nov 1st, 2014 , 7:30PM
Venue: Bhalerao Residence, 21690 Rainbow Ct., Cupertino, CA,95014

Accompanists: Vivek Datar: Harmonium,  Satish Tare: Tabla 

Ticket: $25 - All proceeds will go to artists. 

Will inform more details on logistics, carpool if interested to those who RSVP. Buy tickets online at the link given below or you can mail the check to 'Swar Sudha'  857 Raintree Dr. San Jose, CA 95129 

Contact: Sunil  [email protected]  408-461-8390

Check out great clip telling more about Virtuoso performer Vidushi Dr. Meeta Pandit

About Meeta Pandit
Acknowledged as the scion of the Gwalior musical gharana, Meeta Pandit has emerged as a shining star in the world of classical music. Meeta is grand-daughter and disciple of Padma Bhushan Pt Krishna Rao Shankar Pandit, the doyen of Northern Indian Classical music in the 20th century, and the daughter and disciple of legendary Pt L K Pandit. Meeta is the sixth of the unbroken Pandit line and has the unique distinction of being the first woman musician in the family. Her melodious and robust voice coupled with intricate handling of ragas has won her critical acclaim, and a following of music lovers.
s voice is unique-deep, rich and penetrating with tremendous power, stretching over an amazingly wide range of over 3 octaves. The rendering of traditional, but increasingly rare, Tappa is one of the sublime offerings in her concerts. Besides the styles of Khayal and Tappa, Meeta is equally adept with genres of Tarana, Bhajan, Thumri, Sufi, as well as cross cultural music.

For more details visit her page 

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