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Of music and experiments
The Hindu

Of music and experiments

Sitar player Purbayan Chatterjee talks of fusion music, fame and Shankar Mahadevan. Sitar player and composer Purbayan Chatterjee feels the word 'young is very relative as we begin to talk about his nationwide recognition as the Best ... The Hindu, 5 days ago

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Times of India, 1 month ago

President Mukherjee's sitarist brother-in-law mobilises war veterans, enters political arena

The latest entrant in India's electoral fray claims to change the country's political humdrum with some unusual supporters: retired soldiers. The National Confederacy of India (NCI) - which was registered in 2014 as a political party after a ...
 Firstpost.com1 week ago

Anoushka Shankar: My album is a response to the refugee crisis

The title track of sitar player Anoushka Shankar's ninth studio album, Land Of Gold, makes a strong and heartfelt statement. As the German-Turkish singer Alev Lens sings the lyrics, May your kind heart find a land of gold, the melancholic melody ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago Anoushka Shankar's performance of Land of Gold about displacement and injustice captivates diverse audience  Indo-Canadian Voice1 month ago Anoushka Shankar's album takes on refugee crisis  Gulf News1 month ago
India Today

Sitarist Shujaat Khan: I don't see anything wrong with fusion

Having started his musical journey four decades back, sitarist Shujaat Khan feels that the need of the hour is to reinvent with changing times. Sitarist Shujaat Khan When his mother was carrying him, his father-legendary sitar player Vilayat ...
 India Today1 month ago

Sitar player Shamboo Nath Sopori passes away

Well known sitar player Pandit Shamboo Nath Sopori, father of santoor maestro Bhajan Sopori passed away here on Wednesday. He was 98. Popularly known as Masterjee, he was hailed as the Father of Indian Classical Music in Jammu and Kashmir with ...
 The Hindu2 months ago
Financial Express

Jazz opened new exchanges with classical, eastern music: Obama

"It (jazz) can be heard on the Scottish bagpipe, on the Indian sitar. It opened up new exchanges with classical music, and with Eastern music and it can make the oldest folk songs sound new," Obama said at the White House Jazz festival. Obama said ...
 Jagran Post3 weeks ago Obama says jazz initiated musical exchanges  News Today3 weeks ago

AccuQuilt Releases GO! Qube Specialty Set - Serendipity by Edyta Sitar

The Qube line is so exciting. It really opens up endless possibilities to create. The Serendipity Specialty Set is a must have addition for your sewing room. Omaha, NE (PRWEB) May 23, 2016 AccuQuilt has a new block set, GO! Qube Specialty ...
 PRWeb1 day ago QUBE : AccuQuilt Releases GO! Qube Specialty Set - Serendipity by Edyta Sitar  4 Traders1 day ago
Oman Observer

Tunes that linger

Horrified by the suffering of the wave of refugees seeking shelter in Europe, the sitarist Anoushka Shankar has turned their plight into a musical journey. Shankar, backed by collaborators including the actress Vanessa Redgrave and the rapper ...
 The Gulf Today1 month ago Anoushka hears refugees with sitar  Oman Observer1 month ago Anoushka Shankar transforms Europe's refugees into music with sitar  China Post1 month ago Anoushka Shankar hears Europe's refugees with sitar  Yahoo! Singapore1 month ago

A heart for other arts: Chinese brothers play Indian classical instruments

Brothers Krsna Dasa Tan Guo Ming and Radha Govinda Dasa Tan Guo Jun did not pick up the Indian sitar and tabla by choice. Their father, Mr Tan Thiam Teck, 58, had converted to Hinduism in the 1980s and learnt to play the instruments from Indian ...
 Asiaone1 month ago

How Ravi Shankar and His Sitar First Won Over the U.S.

Ravi Shankar, the man who made traditional Indian sitar music popular worldwide, didn't shoot to fame overnight. The musician—who was born on this day, April 7, in 1920—first began performing when he was just 14. But not on the sitar. Rather, he ...
 Time1 month ago India's finest musicians light up the Albert Hall with tribute to Ravi Shankar  Equities.com10 hours ago Pt Ravi Shankar has inspired me a lot: Debashish Bhattacharya  Hindustan Times1 month ago
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