Monday, July 17, 2017

Sep10th: Hindustani Vocal by Jayateerth Mevundi, Sep 24th: Nortth South Indian Instrumental Jugalbandi Wind Whispers

Swar Sudha & TeachLearn Foundation presents
Hindustani classical vocal concert by 
Pt. Jayateerth Mevundi
On Sunday, September 10th, 2017  4:30 PM
Louis B Mayer Theater, Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA
Parking is Free at Garage : 1063 Alviso St. Santa Clara CA 95050

Tabla: Keshav Joshi
Harmonium: Narendra Nayak

Tickets & Contact Details
Tickets:     $50 VIP,  $35 Preferred, $25  General
(Seat# will be assigned to Preferred and VIP based on priority,  Group discount for 5+ tickets )
For details, to Buy tickets online visit 

By Mail: Check Payable to ‘Swarsudha’ Mail to
               857 Raintree Dr.,  Jose CA 95129

E-mail    [email protected]

 Sunil Ganu: 408-398-8160, Mahesh Nihalani: 408-806-9142
Prasad Jogalekar: 408-623-4068

Hailed to be a foremost torchbearer of the Kirana gharana, Jayateerth Mevundi is an extremely talented Indian classical vocalist of the younger generation. In the music circle popularly titled as ‘Next Bhimsen Joshi’. He is credited with attracting the young generation towards Indian Classical and devotional music by his magical singing. His impassioned rendition of Abhangas reflects his easy grace and versatility.  
Accompanying him on Tabla, Keshav Joshi from Bangalore is a virtuoso tabla player of India accompanied Venkatesh Kumar & Pt Rajan-Sajan Mishra. He is disciple of Pt. RH More, Suraj Purandare and Ishwar Mishra of Banaras. Harmonium accompanist Narendra Nayak is disciple of maestro Pt. Vasanth Kanakapur, accompanied Arati Anklikar, Rajan-Sajan Mishra, Venkatesh kumar and Vinayak Torvi. He is Chairman of Expert Education Foundation, Mangalore.

Saturday, July 15, 2017

Sep 24th 2017: North South Jugalbandi

Swar Sudha and Pt. Ravi Shankar Music Circle LA presents for the benefit of TeachLearn Foundation presents

Wind Whispers of India will feature noted Bamboo Flute exponent Ronu Majumdar from North India and Saraswati Vina virtuoso Rajesh Vaidhya from South India in the ancient art form of jugalbandi, a duet performed by musicians of different instruments and styles seeks to enthrall audiences in a unique manner that unites two distinct styles of music on one stage.. The evening will also feature instrumental ensemble of percussionists Vinod Venkataraman (Mridangam), Arup Chattopadhyay (Tabla), Ravi Balasubramaniam (Ghatam) and Srinivasan G on (Morsing)

Its a meeting of instruments from North and South India

Date: Sunday September 24th,  5:00 PM
Venue: DeAnza college Visual and performing arts Center, Cupertino, CA
Tickets: $25, $40, $50, $75, $100
Buy Tickets online and reserve the seats online: Early-bird Discount code: 'wind'

Contact: [email protected] 
                 Mahesh Nihalani: 408-806-9142
                 Sunil Ganu          : 408-398-8160        
                 Sanjana Anand   : 650-255-9752