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June 4, 2016 @ 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm EDT
June 4th 2016
KABIR CENTRE FOR ARTS & CULTURE presents
BEWITCHING BANSURI: RONU MAJUMDAR, INDRANIL MALLICK
Saturday, June 04, 2016
La Salle Bourgie, Musée des Beaux-Arts / MBAM
“Thinking musician, Spectacular performer” – Times of India
La musique de bansuri (flûte en bambou) est non seulement un divertissement ravissant, mais aussi un moyen très puissant pour la méditation et pour le yoga. Le Pandit RonuMajumdar est un des plus grands flûtistes de l’Inde qui a reçu plusieurs honneurs, y compris une nomination pour Grammy. Il détient un record pour des ‘jugalbandis’ (combinaison de deux solistes) avec ses collaborations avec des virtuoses tels que George Harrison, RyCooder, John Hassels et LaryCoryell.
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Salle Bourgie, samedi 4 juin 2016 19h00
Billets : www.centrekabir.com | Info : 514 620 4182
The music of bansuri (bamboo flute) is not only a superb entertainment but is also a powerful tool for meditation and yoga. PanditRonuMajumdar is a leading flutist of India on whom many honours have been bestowed, including a Grammy nomination. He holds the record for the highest number of jugalbandis (combination of two solo artists) through his collaborations with virtuosos such as George Harrison, Ry Cooder, John Hassels and LaryCoryell.
Do not miss this extraordinary concert
Salle Bourgie, Saturday 4 June 2016 at 7 PM
Tickets: www.centrekabir.com | Info: 514 620 4182
Ace flutist Pandit Ronu Majumdar has become synonymous with the word ‘bansuri’ (flute). Not without reason, as his portfolio can give a complex to his seniors and contemporaries alike. His collaborative projects include working with ex-Beatle George Harrison, ace guitarist Ry Cooder with whom he worked for the Hollywood film Primary Colours, thereby getting more recognition, and a Grammy nomination for his album, Tabula Rasaa.– Deccan Chronicle, India
Pandit Ronu Majumdar’s fusion music has its many admirers, and his influences range from the Maihar gharana to Mozart, with collaborations with George Harrison, Phillip Glass and many others – The Hindu, New Delhi
Indranil Mallick, a talented tabla player of the younger generation, has already established himself both as a soloist and accompanist. He belongs to Luckhnow Gharana style of tabla. He has toured the world extensively since 2002 and has represented India in international festivals such as Open Baroque Festival in Estonia and the International Blues & Jazz festival in Austria.
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